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To avoid burnout, CBC tutors must learn how to share and delegate

EDUCATION

The teachers of yesterday believed that learning would not be effective if they did not dominate the classroom.

To avoid burnout, CBC tutors must learn how to share and delegate

By Antoney Luvinzu | 1 month ago

Time to embrace the bottom-up approach to education reforms

Time to embrace the bottom-up approach to education reforms

The pandemic has clearly shown us that despite the total absence of systems planning or leadership, schools and their communities have led from front.

Vikas Pota | 1 month ago

How reforms in education can support, not undermine teachers

Sometimes these reforms don't really help teachers. In fact, some reforms actually undermine the quality of the national teaching force.

The Conversation | 1 month ago

Implementation of CBC requires more tact, patience and sobriety

The current CBC criticism is healthy since it is beneficial to the policymakers in charge of monitoring the implementation process.

Agumba Ndaloh | 1 month ago

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