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School curriculum should incorperate life skills

1,881 ViewsEducation system has played a major role in turning people to thinking employment is the only way for one to succeed. The system should concentrate on letting people know that education itself just help people to be trainable and encourage to harness their practical skills. There are people who are good at composing music […]

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Call to adjust growing number of Teacher Trade Unions in the country

1,569 ViewsThe Movement For Restoration Of Teachers Affairs In Zambia -MORETA- has noted the need to adjust the number of teacher trade unions in order to avoid subjecting teachers to multiple deductions. Progressive Educators Union in Zambia, a new trade union for teachers is the latest to be registered in the country, making it the […]

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Education system sidelines children with special needs

1,254 Views Chembe Member of Parliament Cliff Mpundu has expressed displeasure over the lack of adequate infrastructure for special education in the district. Mpundu observed that with the government’s policy on inclusive education through the integration of children whose learning disabilities are mild and moderate into ordinary schools, it will be difficult to be inclusive […]

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Newspapers hit the streets

1,397 Views18,000 newspapers have so far been printed by the Zambia Daily Mail. Acting Managing Director, Simate Simate, says the the target is to print 30,000 copies out of these 20,000 for the Times of Zambia. Simate says printers are handling the task well as evidenced by the capacity to print 112 pages of the […]

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Centre of Online and Distance Education (CODE) awards fellowship to Dr Oscar Mwaanga

1,380 ViewsUniversity of London Centre of Online and Distance Education (CODE) is delighted to announce the nomination of Dr Oscar Mwaanga (Assoc. Professor) to it its prestigious fellowship. A high-level CODE panel securitised several applicants and decided to recommend the 2022 nomination to Dr Mwaanga. He becomes the first Zambian to achieve this incredible milestone […]

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The Impact Of Social Media On Education – What Are The Pros And Cons

2,172 ViewsWe are seeing a radical transformation in higher education. These days, students utilize social media not just to stay in touch with one another but also to gain knowledge both within and outside of the traditional classroom environment. Even the way we learn new things is changing as a result of advances in technology. […]

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Recruited teachers to be unveiled soon

1,301 Views Names of successful candidates in the current Teacher recruitment exercise will be availed once the national consolidation process is completed, reports Zambia Daily Mail. The names of the targeted 30,000 teachers were earlier scheduled to be published in the media yesterday. Teaching Service Commission chairperson (TSC) Daphne Chimuka said in an interview yesterday […]

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UK’s Zahawi calls for global response to new long-term challenges

1,010 ViewsSECRETARY of State for the department of education in the United Kingdom Nadhim Zahawi says there is need for countries to respond to new and long-term challenges and explore how education can help nations embrace peace, partnership and prosperity. Zahawi said this at the Education of the World Forum 2022 being held in London. […]

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Funding free education, a disaster

1,175 ViewsBy Amb. Emmanuel Mwamba I have just seen funding profiles released for 145 primary schools and Early Childhood Schools in Lusaka province for quarter two (April-June). K6, 882,739 has been released with the highest amount being given to Mwalila Primary School with K2,325.65 while the lowest Chilombwe Primary School received K899.39. Mwebantu what can […]

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Former First Lady Esther graduates with a distinction

1,778 ViewsFormer First Lady Esther Lungu has graduated with a distinction under Bachelor of Arts Special Education at University of Zambia (UNZA). Esther is the wife of Zambia’s Sixth president Edgar Lungu. She enrolled at UNZA while she was still First Lady. She graduated yesterday at colourful 51st graduation ceremony of UNZA held at Heroes […]

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