Month: December 2021

“It is tragic that students who leave the education system now, never return”, Evangelical Focus

Education is one of the areas in which it is most evident that the pandemic has not affected all continents in the same way. Last March, UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) warned that “24 million children and young people are at risk of dropping out, and more than 100 million children will […]

The highly politicized Ghanaian education system – Nii Armah Addy

Nii Armah Addy, educator Pedagogue and management expert, Nii Armah Addy has expressed his dissatisfaction with the politicization of the Ghanaian education system. According to him, the drop in the percentage of results in the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) 2021 compared to the results of 2020 shows that the country is not […]

Our meritocratic education system serves us well

A meritocracy is a social system in which individual advancement is based on personal ability and effort and not on family wealth or social standing. Ireland is a meritocracy, like all the countries of the European Union. The main driver of meritocracy is the education system where everyone has equal access to education up to […]

Dangote is committed to improving the education system

Dangote Industries, convinced that the knowledge of education is the foundation of development, continued to improve the education system of the country. The importance of education cannot be overstated as development thrives through literacy. In addition, research has shown that only a properly trained workforce and an entrepreneurial class will have the skills and motivation […]

Our education system is obsolete, we need graduates in the field, says cleric | The Guardian Nigeria News

4The rank of prominent Nigerians calling for a radical and thorough overhaul of the nation’s educational program rose over the weekend, with Christ Apostolic Ministry Livingspring (CLAM) Senior Pastor Omole, Lagos, Pastor Wole Oladiyun, decrying the outdated and irrelevant nature of the curriculum. One of the reasons for Nigeria’s limited success in technology and innovation, […]

More resilient education system as more schools open for in-person pilot courses – Manila Newsletter

Editorial Another important step in this long pandemic will be marked today (December 6, 2021), this time leaning on the right side as the Ministry of Education (DepEd) has confirmed that 177 schools, including 28 public schools in the metropolitan area from Manila, will join a pilot project. in person. In addition to the loss […]

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