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TUESDAY, 25 JANUARY 2022, 17:05


‘There is absolutely systemic racism’: BAME headteachers share their views

Today at 15:57 PM, via The Guardian

Four headteachers describe the obstacles they have had to overcome to reach senior leadership roles

School governors in England to be offered anti-racism training

Josephine Okokon, head of St Martins-in-the-Field high school for girls, London

My race became an issue very early in my career as a teacher and I began to discover these subtle, covert barriers. I was often the only female teacher of...

Gambia: Ex-Teacher of GRA Boss Extols His Leadership Quality

Today at 15:29 PM, via AllAfrica

[The Point] Ernest Aubee, a proud former class teacher of the Commissioner General of The Gambia Revenue Authority (GRA), Yankuba Darboe, has expressed delight over his ex-student’s laudable leadership qualities.

School governors in England to be offered anti-racism training

Today at 15:21 PM, via The Guardian

Move to change recruitment culture comes amid concerns about lack of racial diversity among headteachers

Free online anti-racism training is to be made available for the first time for the 300,000 governors and trustees who control recruitment of senior staff across maintained schools, academies and multi-academy trusts in England.

The move comes amid concerns about a stark lack of racial...

Ghana: Adopt Policies That Improve Basic Education

Today at 13:23 PM, via AllAfrica

[Ghanaian Times] On January 14, this year, the Ghana Education Service (GES) announced the introduction of a semester-based academic calendar for all basic schools, including kindergarten and primary schools.

Africa: Why Youth Are Integral to Shaping Peacebuilding Processes as Leaders, Not Only Beneficiaries

Today at 13:17 PM, via AllAfrica

[allAfrica] Hello and welcome to Africa’s focus on peacebuilding and Africa, Silence The Guns. I’m Juanita Williams and today we speak about the role of young people in peacebuilding, made all the more critical because of the continent so-called youth bulge, which means that now more than half of Africa’s population is under the age of 25. And by 2050, that population will reach over 830...

Namibia: Education to Bridge Digital Learning Gap

Today at 11:23 AM, via AllAfrica

[New Era] As government embarks on transforming the education sector and embracing changes, the urgent need to invest in inclusive digital learning technology that benefits all Namibian children is all too clear.

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