All articles in 'Education'


COVID-19 Exposes Africa’s Soft Underbelly as Schoo...

Meeting the set standards requires prior arrangements that cannot be fulfilled by the majority of de...

13th October 2020
Reopening Schools in Africa, Staying Ahead of the...

Without a robust post-pandemic plan for education and skills development, Africa is poised to contin...

29th September 2020
Why Hybrid Should Continue to Play A Role After CO...

Today’s pandemic opens the doors to a unique opportunity for the future of education which can help...

23rd September 2020
COVID-19 and Youth: Mentorship and Virtual Coping...

Mentorship opens up one’s mind to a whole new different world full of possibilities

7th July 2020
2020 Global Education Monitoring Report

Huge disparities in access to education further exacerbated by COVID-19 school closures

23rd June 2020
Heritage-based Teaching and Learning: The Importan...

Heritage-based teaching and learning means the main subject matter of our teaching and learning is f...

3rd March 2020
Transformative Education: The Need of the Hour

An integrated and quality education, and the standards set for graduation, continue to represent a g...

25th February 2020
Zimbabwe: Can University Curriculum Deliver Vision...

Do African university institutions have the capacity to lead the economic emancipation of Africa thr...

28th January 2020
Five Changes to Schooling That Could Empower Our C...

The start of a new decade calls for a fresh commitment to solving the problems that have plagued our...

21st January 2020
Schools of the Future: Defining New Models of Educ...

Education models must adapt to equip children with the skills to create a more inclusive, cohesive a...

21st January 2020
The Pan African Virtual and E-University

Education in Africa is facing a critical challenge to meet new demands of the 21st century

31st December 2019
The Transformative Power of Education for Young Pe...

Inclusive, quality education isn't just a right in itself. It's a "multiplier" right – one which en...

8th October 2019
South Africa’s Education System: A Copy and Paste...

We must remain circumspect about subtle efforts to Anglo-Americanise Black Africa, considering how m...

2nd October 2019
Reflecting on the Past to Transform Education

We can only see the results of this type of transforming education from a younger generation which i...

27th August 2019
Educating the African Learner in an Era of Crises:...

How does the African learner compare with the millennial learner? The millennial is a digital native...

13th August 2019
Mathematics: A Platform for Scientific and Technol...

As of today there is no clear cut definition of mathematics. According to Aristotle, mathematics is t...

16th July 2019
The World’s Best Teacher: Could Tabichi’s Triumph...

Of all the careers cultivated by humankind, teaching is acknowledged to be, and undoubtedly is, the...

9th April 2019
Kenya: A Time to Be Honest About National Examinat...

The skewed results also tell us that the environment under which the examination is being done is no...

2nd January 2019
South Africa: Is Multilingualism The Silver Bullet...

Since the end of Apartheid, English has established itself as the dominant language of instruction i...

2nd January 2019
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
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