Africa Grapples With Huge Disparities in Education

Por: www.ipsnews.net/Zipporah Musau/18-04-2018 At the dawn of independence, incoming African leaders were quick to prioritize education on their development agendas. Attaining universal primary education, they maintained, would help post-independence Africa lift itself out of abject poverty. As governments began to build schools and post teachers even to the farthest corners of the continent, with help from […]

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England: Many parents face disappointment over primary school places

England/ 16.04.2018/ From: www.theguardian.com. Parents in England will find out on Monday whether their child got into their top choice of primary school to begin reception class in September, with many likely to face disappointment owing to the pressure on places in some areas of the country. On what has become known as national offer day for […]

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Malawi: Education Minister Msaka says Mbayani to have three new primary schools

Malawi/March 3, 2013 2018/By:  Green Muheya/Nyasatimes Minister of Education Science and Technology, Bright Msaka, has said three more primary schools will be constructed in populous Mbayani township in Blantyre to decongest Mbayani One Primary School. Speaking after touring Mbayani One Primary School which has 10,00 learners and 74 teachers representing a teacher-pupil ratio of 1:126 against […]

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Kenia: New system of education to be rolled out after training tutors

Kenia / 13 de diciembre de 2017 / Por: KENNEDY KIMANTHI / Fuente: http://www.nation.co.ke/ All is set for the implementation of the 2-6-3-3 education system in January after the final induction of teachers. It will be rolled out in the country’s 28,000 primary schools, according to Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development director Julius Jwan. More than 160,000 […]

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