education

 
In Mozambique, classes come alive in local languages
In Mozambique, classes come alive in local languages
About 50 children sit on a bare classroom floor in front of their teacher in what could be any lesson in Mozambique, except that they are not...
Let’s get physical
Let’s get physical
The days of developing gross and fine motor skills in children by letting them climb trees or helping them to make kites are long gone. So too are...
Slice of Life: The gift that keeps on giving
Slice of Life: The gift that keeps on giving
My siblings ran back into the house after school and told me that two of my students from Emfundisweni Primary School got full high school...
SANRAL: 20 years of service
SANRAL: 20 years of service
The Mail & Guardian’s Critical Thinking Forum, in partnership with the Nelson Mandela Foundation and the South African National Roads...
South Africa, where education creates shared value
South Africa, where education creates shared value
Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world,” said Nelson Mandela. It is because of this that Enel Green Power...
The future world of work is changing
The future world of work is changing
For most people, the year 2028 seems like the very distant future. But when you consider that 18 years have already passed since the prospect of a...
The future of ICT is in Gauteng's classrooms
The future of ICT is in Gauteng's classrooms
One of the biggest perks of the “Classrooms of the Future” project by the Gauteng department of education (GDE), jokes the principal of one of...
Technology in the classroom is key to collaborative, effective and engaged learning
Technology in the classroom is key to collaborative, effective and engaged learning
The so-called Fourth Industrial Revolution is fundamentally changing the way the world works. A key driver of this workplace transformation is...
Not a school in sight: Autistic children travel 500 km to learn
Not a school in sight: Autistic children travel 500 km to learn
On a hot summer day in December, Limpho Malebina Shale gave birth to her son at Makoanyane Military Hospital in Lesotho’s capital,...
Edtech needs to bridge the divide
Edtech needs to bridge the divide
Edtech — hardware, software and content designed to improve the quality of and access to learning, as well as linkages to lasting employment...
Motshekga: ‘What we need is money’
Motshekga: ‘What we need is money’
South Africa does not have enough resources to meet growing demands like the eradication of pit toilets, Minister of Basic Education Angie...
UNICEF: Up to 60% of Afghan girls out of school
UNICEF: Up to 60% of Afghan girls out of school
Just one in three girls are currently attending school in Afghanistan, marking the biggest drop in the number of school attendees since the Taliban...

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