All articles in 'Education'


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
Where is the ‘African’ in African Studies?

We need to put the ‘African’ in African Studies, not as a token gesture, but as an affirmation that...

10th June 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
Why Education in South Africa Needs Revamping

Black students in  South Africa           Photo courtesyThose of us who are managing to...

2nd September 2013
The Demise of the Education System in South Africa

The system is broken and needs more than just a “band aid” to put it right. There is a need to go ba...

9th June 2014
Quality Education Key to Progress

We cannot blame the operators or the end user students but the Ministry of Education which is tasked...

15th February 2015
Kenya High Schools: Reversing the Quota System in...

We cannot continue applying Quota-System in High School admission and expect to eradicate negative e...

17th January 2014
The Fear of Things Fall Apart

The internet as a medium has finally detached the muzzle previously placed upon the mouth of African...

29th March 2013
Education in Kenya: Liberating or Shackling?

Untrained Kiambu Farm-Hand “Invents” Helicopter - Blame the Archaic Education System for lack of Inn...

26th April 2013
Pass or Fail: The Inefficiency of Uganda’s Grading...

If we do not change our grading system, we will continue producing people who are afraid of making m...

9th June 2014
Taking Education to the Center of Africa’s Economi...

Until we all became voices for Africa’s political elite to take education to the centre of economic...

13th December 2015
Quality Assurance for Distance Education in the Di...

Africa is the most dynamic eLearning market on the planet. In the last two years, dozens of countrie...

19th October 2013
Trends and New Developments in Open Education

In Indonesia, Japan and South Korea, private provision of HE accounts for over 70%, way above the gl...

6th September 2013
Role of Oral Folklore in National Development

The African history we are hearing is mainly steered around the slave trade and European domination,...

30th December 2014
Education and Morality: Vision for a New Africa

While education is the first step out of poverty, morality and integrity are the engines which make...

1st April 2014
Books and Authors

Bringing together key issues of gender, economic informality and urban planning in Africa, Kinyanjui...

3rd November 2014
Universities: Incubating Innovation in Africa

Until there is a radical rapture of the chains of using the same methods in resolving new problems t...

4th May 2015
Zambia: The Battle for Language of Instruction in...

Educationalists have discovered that learning in mother tongue can bring about many educational achi...

2nd June 2015
UPE: From Quantity to Quality

Over 84% of Ugandan parents visit their children at school for other reasons but never ask teachers...

10th September 2013
STEM Education for Women and Girls: Hope In the Fa...

World leaders gathered at the United Nations to approve a new set of Sustainable Development Goals (...

13th October 2015
Manor River Union States of West Africa: Looking A...

A Message to the MRU Governments: Build Regionally, Innovate, Change and Sacrifice (BRIC...

6th September 2013
What Aileth the University of Ibadan?

Education should add collateral content and bolster one's self worth and confidence in order to addr...

3rd March 2015
Education for Human Rights

May every educator become a human rights defender and every educational institution, a zone of toler...

9th February 2015
Overhauling National Public Policies on Public Lib...

There can be no Education for All, let alone quality education, or attainment of the Millenium Devel...

15th September 2014
Africans Must Tell Their Stories

If bad things happen in Africa, it is still the responsibility of Africans to talk abou...

9th December 2013
Transcending the Past and Reimagining the Future o...

In many of the nation’s leading universities, Black African professors constitute less than 10% of t...

5th October 2015
Education in Uganda: Missing Ingredients

The best employment is that which utilizes our strengths, and not our weaknesses.

11th March 2013
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