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Education reforms need not be rushed

19 days ago, 22:42

By: Editorial

The new school calendar begins on Monday with a pack of programmes and activities that require deep reflection and thorough interrogation. Some of them, part of wide-ranging reforms, are administrative, straight-forward and achievable but others are strategic and structural and must be thought through properly. Top on the card is the plan to change the curriculum from 8-4-4 to 2-6-6-3, which was initially to start this year but had to be put on hold until next year because of fundamental practic ...
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Education reforms need not be rushed

19 days ago, 22:42

By: Editorial
The new school calendar begins on Monday with a pack of programmes and activities that require deep reflection and thorough interrogation. Some of them, part of wide-ranging reforms, are administrative, straight-forward and achievable but others are strategic and structural and must be thought through properly. Top on the card is the plan to change the curriculum from 8-4-4 to 2-6-6-3, which was initially to start this year but had to be put on hold until next year because of fundamental practic ...
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