UGANDA: Feeding Makerere is like feeding a child with diarrhea, says University
KAMPALA (@UG_EDGE) – Makerere University Academic Staff Association [MUASA] chairperson, Dr. Deus Muhwezi, says staff need a living wage that changes according to living factors. He was discussing the reported decision to scrap evening classes programme at NTV “Fourth Estate” programme on Sunday. According to Muhwezi, evening programmes were not scrapped like the media has been reporting, they have been made business of colleges and the university will only manage the day program that runs from 8am to 5pm. “These pronouncements were made to the media without enough consultation and we (MUASA) didn’t have knowledge about it, and that’s not right. Even senateRead More
America ‘needed’ Amanda Gorman’s words, her teachers say. She delivered.
(Jonathan Newton/The Washington Post; Lily illustration) By Caroline Kitchener, THE LILYJan. 20, 2021 https://ift.tt/3sKH2ju When Alexandra Gazzaniga Padilla gives her 10th-grade students time to write, she will circulate around theRead More
Canadian Bureau for International Education remembers one of its founders, Professor Thomas H.B. Symons
CBIE remembers one of its founders, Professor Thomas H.B. Symons JANUARY 18, 2021MELISSA PAYNEPRESS RELEASE CBIE remembers Professor Thomas H.B. Symons, who passed away on New Year’s Day at theRead More
EDUCATION, THE STRONGEST FORCE FOR GOOD IN A CHANGING WORLD
By INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE Leaders in Education Learn and Shape the Industry’s Future with Creative Insights from Research, Technology and Experience The International Baccalaureate Organization’s (IB) Director General, Dr Siva Kumari,Read More