Most SA schoolgoers aspire to University education

Africa/ South Africa/ 28.11.2018/ Source: www.grocotts.co.za. 85% of South African pupils aspire to go to university Most still aspire to pursue traditional, well respected careers  as doctors, dentists, engineers and psychologist/psychiatrists The study also explored areas such as technology in the classroom, teacher motivations, exams, students’ favourite subjects and celebrating success According to new research by […]

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Documenting the expansion of tertiary education in Ethiopia (Part II)

By: Kumlachew Fantahun. As an educationalist with an intimate knowledge of the inner workings of the system, none could be more aware of the aptness or otherwise of the many criticisms levelled at the curriculum’s lack of relevance to the concrete reality of Ethiopian life. Dr. Aklilu readily admits the education inevitably suffered from the […]

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Kenya: Lecturers’ Strike to Continue as Talks Fail

Africa/ Kenya/ 16.04.2018/ By Ouma Wanzala/ From: allafrica.com The National Treasury wants striking university lecturers to withdraw a case they have filed against the salaries commission before talks on their pay demands can begin. Principal Secretary Kamau Thugge told the National Assembly’s Education committee that the salaries commission could only finalise its job evaluation and […]

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Kenia: New education CS to sustain reforms ministry is undertaking

Kenia / Por: Beth Nyaga / Fuente: http://www.kbc.co.ke The new Cabinet Secretary for Education, Ambassador Amina Mohamed has said she will sustain the reforms the Ministry is undertaking. “We will continue to move forward with the reforms,” Ambassador Mohamed affirmed, in reference to the wide-ranging reforms initiated by her predecessor Fred Matiang’i. “I know how […]

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