Education

School lunch programs are losing millions feeding hungry kids. They could be broke by fall

The line of cars usually begins to form well before 11 a.m. outside Sharon Elementary school in Newburgh, Indiana, a town of less than 4,000 people along the Ohio River. Stella Antey, an 8-year-old second grader, has sat in one of those cars with her older sister, younger brother and parents every weekday for the …

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Eight Rwanda university students complete their Technologicl three weeks training in China

The eight Rwandese ICT students who have been on a three-week technological study trip in China under the Huawei “Seeds for the Future” Programme 2019 have expressed happiness at the opportunity to learn the latest technological trends and the Chinese Language. The students whose ICT related proposals were chosen as the best from the 37 …

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From pill-popping defiant outlaw to ordained minister: How Johnny Cash’s new book reveals

He was a down-to-earth, doting father to his family, but on the road, Johnny Cash was a philandering, hard-driving, pill-popping defiant outlaw – a new biography has revealed. The singer, known as the Man in Black, reached number one in the world in country music in the 60s and crossed over to pop charts with …

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Meet Peter Tabichi,world global teacher 2019 on the importance of education

To face the challenges of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, more teachers need to be employed, trained and retrained. Education funding is above all required to match this growing need. Sadly, education aid. Writes Peter Tabichi – World Global Teacher of the Year 2019.  From Cape Town to Cairo, Africa is a continent bursting with promise. The African …

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DRC: Free primary education controversy

Free primary education, a promise yet to be delivered in some institutions in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Some primary schools have began implementing the government directive though some Catholic schools which have signed agreements with the government continue to charge parents to pay for costs. This is according to the country’s Teachers’ Union through …

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Cameroon Anglophone schools deserted on reopening

Deserted schools across parts of the English speaking region of Cameroon marked the opening of the academic year due to tensions in the region. Residents have either fled or are hiding in their homes as the Anglophone separatists battle with government forces. Streets of the northwest capital of Bamenda was largely deserted according to reports. …

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African:16 countries agree to adopt Swahili as a formal language

16 southern African countries in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) have agreed to adopt Kiswahili as a formal language in the region. ‘‘I am appealing to your excellencies to fast track the adoption of Kiswahili to be among the four official languages in SADC…’‘ President John Magufuli is quoted to saying during the opening of the SADC 39th heads …

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Revolutionary solution to overcome language learning problems

The language variety isn’t going away anytime in the near future. Some people, like those who speak English, don’t really feel the need to learn another tongue, and that attitude is actually why many of them don’t. However, if you want to thrive in this multicultural world, it is vital. Language learning is a matter …

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