29 juillet 2018

Why Kenyan students are cheating in their exams and what can be done

The ConversationAlthough cheating in education systems isn’t new, its prevalence has risen significantly over the past 30 years. More...

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Sex education lessons from Mississippi and Nigeria

The ConversationNigeria and Mississippi are a world apart physically, but the rural American state and the African country have much in common when it comes to the obstacles they had to overcome to implement sex education in their schools. More...

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South Africa’s new higher education disability policy is important, but flawed

The ConversationSouth Africa finally has a disability policy that’s specific to the higher education sector. The new policy framework should be celebrated as an achievement. Its value is that, because it’s specific to the sector, it gives institutions (such as universities) a common vision. It also enables monitoring and evaluation of progress that is context specific. More...

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Why moot courts can play a valuable role in teaching kids about human rights

The ConversationThe Universal Declaration of Human Rights turns 70 this year. It was adopted by global leaders after World War II to try and avoid future conflict on that scale. The declaration ushered in what we know and understand about human rights today. More...

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Lots of young South Africans aren’t going to technical colleges. What can be done

The ConversationThe research is clear on this. The completion of any post-schooling education substantially improves labour market prospects. Therefore increasing access is critical. More...

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