All articles in 'Education'


Why Weaker USA Teachers’ Unions Are Good For Afric...

African teachers’ voices have for too long been drowned out by internationally backed union lobbyist...

30th October 2018
The Dearth of Somalia-based Lecturers/Researchers...

Much will need to be done to increase the number of research articles written by Somalia-based lectu...

3rd October 2018
Cry! The Deteriorating Education Standards in Keny...

If a country wants to destroy itself, let it mess up its education.

19th June 2018
Jaramogi Oginga Odinga University (JOOUST) to Repr...

The 16th Enactus Kenya National Business and Entrepreneurship CompetitionOn June 8, 2018,  a panel o...

13th June 2018
Detailed Teacher Guides will help Uganda to Solve...

Guides create more dynamic classroom environments.

16th January 2018
Top Five Online Courses in African Perspective

E-learning and online courses (the so called edtech) are booming, also in Africa

19th December 2017
Education: How Do We Get Our Children To Read And...

In rural Uganda, lights deem really deep and nearly three-quarters of students in Primary three cou...

5th December 2017
Leadership by Products: The Role of Universities

The concept of Leadership is to the best of my recollection easily the most engaging topic of discou...

7th November 2017
E-Learning: Three (East) African Edtech Success St...

E-learning allows one to advance their skills without taking long work leaves.

24th October 2017
Stakeholder Approach to Quality Education

An education system of good quality is a shared responsibility between multiple actors

24th October 2017
Ekurhuleni and the Role of the University

What is the Role of the University? Manuel Castells posits four major functions of universities.

17th October 2017
Blended Learning: Africa's Recipe For Educational...

Communities in Sub-Sahara Africa are more likely to have an internet connection than to have adequat...

26th September 2017
Ghana Invests in Education for Development

The countries that have made rapid progress around the world put education at the heart of their dev...

19th September 2017
Medical-Education in Sub-Sahara Africa

African countries are turning to online platforms for information and assistance

12th September 2017
Africa and the Politics of Education

Imperialism, like the prehistoric hunter, first killed the being spiritually and culturally, before...

29th August 2017
Rethinking Africa's University Curricular

Research powered learning will make students innovative and spur ground breaking solutions

22nd August 2017
Online Education: Linking Up Africa with Some of t...

Africa is endowed with many people who have brilliant minds, yet before this technical educational r...

8th August 2017
Three Basic Edtech Features Everyone Should Know

As digital technology becomes increasingly portable, mobile learning, often referred to as m-learnin...

1st August 2017
Edtech in Africa: Viable Solution to Low Literacy...

Edtech has the chance to increase the access to education for Africans by benefiting of the rising i...

18th July 2017
Mobilizing African Intellectuals Towards Quality T...

Africa’s “Gross Enrollment Ratio” in tertiary education is about a quarter of the world average

11th July 2017
Lack of Education and Mismatched Skills Remain Maj...

The future of Africa’s economic growth and the future of millions of Africans, is in jeopardy, if th...

13th June 2017
Africa: The Quest for Quality Education

Over the last decade and half we have seen more educational progress in more places than we have had...

27th April 2017
Kenya’s Vision 2030 and Human Resources Developmen...

Do we have a robust finished plan to guide Kenya’s basic education system towards generating the qua...

19th January 2017
South Africa: Biting The Bullet with Education Out...

Inherited legacies must not be readily dismissed nor must they be the constant refrain for why the e...

19th January 2017
Kenya Quality Basic Education for Enhanced Innovat...

Discovering and developing creative talents right from primary school is a critical intervention poi...

29th August 2016
In Search of History: Fact or Misrepresentation of...

When writing social science textbooks, the Ministry of education should involve stakeholders like it...

15th February 2016
The Role of Graduates in South Africa

For many of us, graduation day can be a time of apprehension as well as excitement. A young woman on...

11th April 2016
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