April 22

  • Natac's Work Commendable [opinion]

    Times of Zambia

    I AM Impressed with the work that the National Association of Teachers Against Corruption (NATAC) is doing on the Copperbelt. Recently, sensitisation workshops on curbing... Read more »

  • Mathematics Is for Everyone [opinion]

    New Times

    Mathematic is one of the science subjects that is feared by students because it is considered hard. Most students (including those at university) tend to avoid subjects or course... Read more »

  • Airtel Uganda Gives Boost to Jinja School

    EA Business

    Airtel Uganda have completed Nafungaki Primary School in Jinja recently, their third adopted school and part of their corporate social responsibility prgoramme. Read more »

  • Cesccu Holds 12th AGM

    The Point

    The Catholic Education Secretariat Co-operative Credit Union (CESCCU) Wednesday held its 12th annual general meeting (AGM) at St. Peter Lower Basic School conference hall, Lamin,... Read more »

  • Second Postgraduate Course On Military Law Opened

    ANGOP

    The second postgraduate Course on Military Law in Angola started on Monday in Luanda, in a promotion of the Angolan Military Supreme Court, in partnership with the Brazilian Centre... Read more »

  • Why ASUU Shunned National Conference - Fagge

    Daily Trust

    National President of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASSU) Dr. Nasir Fagge has said that the union refused to participate in the on-going national conference because it... Read more »

  • Tourism Investor Awarded for Role in Educating Needy

    The Star

    Kenyan entrepreneur Minaz Manji, who operates Twiga tours has won Africa's most responsible tourism award for his involvement in educating needy children. It was also named Kenya's... Read more »

  • Students Want More Busaries

    The Star

    UNIVERSITY and college students in Kwale County have urged the county government to stop giving them bursary fees equivalent to those of secondary school students. Read more »

  • Governor Seeks School Funds

    The Star

    Trans Nzoia Governor Patrick Khaemba has asked the national government to give counties money to put up school infrastructure. Speaking in Kitale town yesterday, Khaemba said... Read more »

  • Kaimenyi Calls for More PE Teachers

    The Star

    EDUCATION Secretary Jacob Kaimenyi has recommended the training of more Physical Education teachers and review of the curriculum to boost games in schools. Kaimenyi said there are... Read more »

  • Exam Malpractice Is Destroying Nigeria's Future (I) [opinion]

    Premium Times

    Schooling and the education system that supports it, was developed as an instrument to equip children from early childhood to adulthood so they can lead productive public lives and... Read more »

  • 30 Schools for KFS Project

    The Star

    THE Kenya Forest Service and the Ministry of Education has began a programme dubbed 'Greening of Schools', KFS senior deputy director Emilio Mugo has said. He said 30 schools from... Read more »

  • Big Data for Poor Students [opinion]

    Namibian

    COUNTRIES need skilled and talented people to generate the innovations that underpin long-term economic growth. This is as true in developed as it is in developing economies. But... Read more »

  • University Students Threaten Nationwide Strike Over Fees Increament.

    The Star

    Public universities student leaders are threatening a nationwide protest over the government's move to review fees upwards. The Commission for University Education indicated that... Read more »

  • Nairobi County Workers Have Low Academic Qualifications

    The Star

    Majority of Nairobi county workers have low academic qualifications according to a report by the labor and social welfare committee. The report shows that there is only one degree... Read more »



April 21

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