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Kenyan Science Teacher Peter Tabichi Wins Global Prize
Peter Tabichi

Kenyan Science Teacher Peter Tabichi Wins Global Prize

A science teacher from rural Kenya, who gives away most of his salary to support poorer pupils, has won a $1m prize (£760,000) for the world’s best teacher. Peter...

Rwanda in Partnership With OneWeb Launches Icyerekezo Satellite to Connect Rural Schools to The Internet

Rwanda has launched a satellite named Icyerekezo, which will bring internet connectivity to students at Nkombo Island, in Lake Kivu. Rwanda wants to bridge internet...

Education challenges continue to spiral: ARTUZ

By ARTUZ Information Department As thousands of our members welcomed pupils and parents for the third and last term of 2017; the crisis confronting the education sector...

Improve the learning environment: stakeholders

By Byron Mutingwende   The situation seems normal to Joseph Mazango (not real name) who is a teacher at a makeshift school made from horse stables abandoned by the...

Education should cater for special needs of children with disabilities

By Byron Mutingwende   Children with disabilities have special needs that should be addressed for them to access education without hindrances or barriers. Speaking...

Ministry urged to address concerns over new curriculum

By Byron Mutingwende   The Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education has been urged to consider concerns by stakeholders over the newly introduced curriculum. The...

Confusion over new curriculum: ARTUZ

By Byron Mutingwende   The Amalgamated Rural Teachers’ Union of Zimbabwe (ARTUZ) has reported that learning failed to kick-start Tuesday as teachers and learners...