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Building Back Better: Accelerating Learning When Schools Reopen, And What Kenya’s Tusome Program Can Teach Us

TRACY WILLCHOWSKI, ADELLE PUSHPARATNAM AND ELAIN DING As countries grapple with the impacts of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on...

UK Parliament Eyes Return To Old Ways After Digital Flirtation

Since the coronavirus lockdown began, members of the 700-year-old lower House of Commons have been able to join debates via videolink, and...

Blade Nzimande’s Plan To Rescue 2020 Academic Year For Tertiary Institutions

Nyakallo Tefu Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande has tabled the department's risk-based plan to save the 2020 academic year...

Flexible Learning During Covid-19: How To Ensure Quality Higher Education at a Distance

The Covid-19 outbreak closed universities and other tertiary education institutions in 175 countries and communities, affecting over 220 million post-secondary students. While...

World Bank: Protecting Education Finance From COVID-19’s Triple Funding Shock

Samera Al-Samarrai Picking up the newspaper in recent weeks would have been difficult if you were an education minister....

Embattled Basic Education Minister Delays Announcement On Reopening of Schools

A media briefing to announce the Department of Basic Education’s preparations towards the re-opening of schools has been postponed until further notice.  

Saturday Classes? US Schools Mull Ways To Make Up Lost Time

Saturday Classes? US Schools Mull Ways To Make Up Lost Time Students returning from their unprecedented break from school...

UCT Graduate School of Business Is Number One in South Africa

The UCT Graduate School of Business (UCT GSB) has been ranked 56 in the world and number one in South Africa for its customised...

Lockdowns and Research: What We Lost and What We Stand to Gain

The COVID-19 pandemic – and the resulting lockdowns – have had a major impact on research at institutions across the world, and universities in...

African Nations Seek Their Own Solutions In Virus Crisis

A loud hiss and grunt come from a green bag pressing air through a tube, as Senegalese researchers work to develop a prototype ventilator...

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THE arrival in South Africa of 575 medical students who have been trained in Cuba since 2014, further confirms, if necessary, the...

SPECIAL REPORT| How Africa May Lose Out On The Race To Solve The COVID Conundrum

WANJOHI KABUKURU TWO French medical Professors Camille Locht of the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research (INSERM)...

Three South African Vice-Chancellors Paint A Post-COVID Picture For Universities

WHAT long-lasting changes to South Africa’s higher education sector has the pandemic brought? And how will these affect the way universities deliver...

Motshekga: Parts Of The 2020 School Curriculum Will Be Pushed To 2021

NYAKALLO TEFU BASIC Education Minister Angie Motshekga says some of the school work for some grades will be carried...

We’re Facing A ‘Generational Catastrophe’ In Education, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres Warned On Tuesday

THE world is facing a "generational catastrophe" because of school closures during the coronavirus pandemic, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned Tuesday.
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