A great attainment for African schools African schools won five out of the eight prizes on offer for the 2011 School Enterprise Challenge, a global competition for schools. This announcement coincides with the launch of the 2012 challenge, which opened for registration today. Organised by development charity, Teach A Man To Fish, this international competition [...]
The Brigitte & Bobby Sherman Children’s Foundation Announces Next Phase of Musical Village in Ghana for Orphans and Street Children to Launch in March Los Angeles, CA (February 29, 2012) The Brigitte and Bobby Sherman Children’s Foundation, an international humanitarian and development organization dedicated to caring for children orphaned by AIDS, civil warfare, disease or other [...]
Following my own experience, I was interested to read on the communication Initiative about a study in Tanzania which has tried to involve children in an education research programme.
The conflict in the Casamance region of southern Senegal has a personal interest to me.
This UNESCO Global Education Report presents the latest education statistics from primary to tertiary levels in more than 200 countries. This edition focuses on the financing of education and provides a series of indicators to compare spending patterns across countries and levels of education. This edition of the Global Education Digest (GED)explores the changing patterns [...]
There’s a new MA in Francophone Africa programme at the University of Portsmouth School of Languages and Area Studies. The focus of the course will be the history, politics, societies and cultures of Francophone Africa. The course can be taken over 2 years part-time or one year full time. French language is not a requirement [...]
In response to a question about African traditional education I found a couple of papers that may be of interest.