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Namibia

UNICEF calls for quality education in Namibian classrooms

        Samuel Kweku, the UNICEF Representative to Namibia described Namibia’s youthful population, of which almost a million of the population is aged 0-24, as both a challenge and an opportunity. He made these remarks during the official opening of the first session of the 6th Children’s Parliament, here on Monday. “A challenge because as a country we must plan, educate, and create employment for this segment of […]

todayJuly 17, 2024 6

Namibia

Omaheke Regional Council chairperson urges learners to be more committed

  Omaheke Regional Council Chairperson Ignatius Kariseb on Friday appealed to learners to take their education seriously, emphasising its role in shaping their futures. Speaking during a stakeholder engagement on education, Kariseb expressed concern that some children think they are doing their parents a favour by attending school. “Our children must understand that they are not doing their parents a favour by going to school. It is instead an opportunity […]

todayJanuary 22, 2024 5

Africa

Should Kenya abolish all school exams? Expert sets out five reasons why they’re still useful

  By Beatrice M’mboga Akala, University of the Witwatersrand The role of examinations in Kenyan schools is under scrutiny. This is because there is a lot that is wrong with the country’s examinations, a situation that threatens to derail education gains made over the decades. For instance, for two consecutive years – last year and the year before – the periods during the country’s national examination period were marred by […]

todayJanuary 18, 2024 6

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