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Plan outpaces the learners and teachers

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The fallist movement and the changes it has made

Fees must Fall has allowed us to imagine what a free and just society looks like, outside of colonial rule

Catch up with reality, Cosas

Declaring agriculture a ‘compulsory’ subject smacks of desperate political posturing

Universities must adapt to the future

Technology will constantly change the working world and institutions need to get the message

​Afrocentric science can be liberatory

History explains why students’ calls for decolonised education should be heeded.

​Coloniality persists in our universities and we must urgently decolonise

Decolonisation will take time and those capable of making it a reality are in short supply.

It takes a village to raise a suburban child

Communal home schooling is subverting negative and Eurocentric stereotypes.

Leave the children alone: Thais reject junta’s new behavioural code

An additional round of patriotic propaganda has been added to the Thai school curriculum.

No time to make decent textbooks

Publishers bemoan the impossibly tight deadlines imposed by the education department, which compromises academic quality.

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