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A library is the first place you get to experience the sweetest joys of reading. Growing up my weekly visit to the library would be an opportunity to thoroughly and meticulously go through all the carefully curated new books put out on the display. Handpicked by a librarian with a keen eye for what […]
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Ethiopia is now at crossroads with two forces, the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) and the Oromo Liberation Army (OLA) waging an endless war with the federal government led by Abiy Ahmed.
“The war has escalated especially out of the Tigray region and is now becoming a national concern. This is after the federal government issued a state of emergency,” said William Davison, a senior analyst with the International Crisis Group….See More
By AFRICANEWS with AFP Last updated: 4 hours ago
In a candlelight vigil, Ethiopian military officers and soldiers commemorated the first anniversary of the launch of a government offensive in the region of Tigray, when Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed ordered a response to what he called a “traitorous” attack on federal army camps…See More
by James Anderson, Australian-based international speaker, author, and educator
Do you ever feel like you’re dragging your students through the learning process? You set most of the challenges, but students take the easiest option. You plan for, then need to scaffold every learning experience. You find students’ mistakes, and then you show students how to correct them. You provide formative feedback, but many students don’t bother to act on it (or, in some cases, even read it!).
Any unfinished presidential mandate is a failure in board governance – they either hired the wrong person or they fired the wrong person.”
Those are the words of David Turpin, former president of the universities of Victoria and Alberta. My own work, as a researcher who focuses on this issue, supports his assertion. Yet if you examine the numbers, the problem appears to disproportionately affect women in this key leadership role…READ MORE