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Over 1 Million Meals Served By Western Cape’s Emergency School Feeding Scheme

NYAKALLO TEFU Over 1 million meals have been served to vulnerable and poor children by the Western Cape Education Department as part of its emergency...

I-HELP Liberia USA Rallies Support For Advancement Of STEM Education In Liberia

According to a dispatch from New York, the United States quoting I-Help Liberia USA Board, this year, Hunter College High School has reached out...

SADTU Slams North West Education Department’s Call For Teachers To Report For Duty This Week

NYAKALLO TEFU The SA Democratic Teachers’ Union has raised concerns about two circulars released by the North West Department of Education calling for school management...

UCT Prepares Ground for Phased-in Approach Return To Campus

NYAKALLO TEFU The University of Cape Town says three groups of students would be the first to return to campus in a phased-in approach as...

4IR: A Rapidly Changing World And The Need To Adapt Post COVID-19

PROFESSOR MAMOKGETHI PHAKENG The COVID-19 pandemic has brought into sharp focus our rapidly changing world. It has been coming for some time. Back in July...

UNICEF: This Is How We Keep Children Learning, No Matter The Challenges

AMY PORRITT No internet, no TV, no books, pens or paper? No worries. When schools closed in Australia’s near neighbour Timor-Leste as a precaution against the...

School Teacher of the Week is Genevieve Classen, a Life Sciences Coach at Rustenburg Fields College, North West

CLASSROOM CORNER Teacher of the Week: Genevieve Classen  School: Rustenburg Fields College, North West School teacher Genevieve Classen has always been a believer in the power of...

Don’t Sacrifice 2020 ‘Schools Sports’ Games, Official Tells Kenyan Government

PHILIP ONYANGO Kenya Secondary Schools Sports Association (KSSSA) has put all options on the table to ensure co-curricular activities are held, including the East Africa...

‘We must find new ways to bridge the digital divide’ – UP Vice-Chancellor on World Telecommunication and Information Society Day

TAWANA KUPE The internet has changed our lives. Today, in light of the global COVID-19 pandemic, thousands of students have to study online, while workers...

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 learning loss, dropout rates, and inequity,...
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