Education

Colonial Education Remains Alive and Well

The system works for Western corporations that don’t want skilled locally grown competition as they grow their markets, and for INGOs that need populations they can continue to depict as “needy.” It does not work well for any nation seeking to find and develop on its own path.

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To Realise the Promise of Learning

To realise the promise of learning, we need to create, for everyone, more pathways towards an education that will equip the learner with key skills and perspectives that will prepare them to lead healthy and productive lives. Learning avenues should be, ultimately, as diverse as human experience itself.

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Colonial Education Remains Alive and Well

The system works for Western corporations that don’t want skilled locally grown competition as they grow their markets, and for INGOs that need populations they can continue to depict as “needy.” It does not work well for any nation seeking to find and develop on its own path.

Read More

To Realise the Promise of Learning

To realise the promise of learning, we need to create, for everyone, more pathways towards an education that will equip the learner with key skills and perspectives that will prepare them to lead healthy and productive lives. Learning avenues should be, ultimately, as diverse as human experience itself.

Read More

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