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Tips for Parents On Back to School Transitions

Getting a new school year off to a good start can influence children’s attitude, confidence, and performance both socially and academically. The transition from August to September can be difficult for both children and parents. Even children who are eager to return to class must...
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ZRP High School Defies Education Minister

THE Zimbabwe Republic Police high school continues to defy primary and secondary education minister Lazarus Dokora who early this year scrapped entrance tests which were allegedly being used as fundraising initiatives by private schools. Government acted following a public outcry as school authorities started charging...
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Never Be Afraid to Find Your Own Path

I’m a teenager and a student. I’m also a poet, researcher, designer, artist and teacher. A real Jack of all trades! I am in Upper Six at Speciss College where I am studying Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. I’ve had one aim in everything that I...
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Dokora Under Fire for Banning Incentives for Teachers

EDUCATION Minister Lazarus Dokoro came under a barrage of attacks from MPs in parliament on Tuesday for stopping the payment of incentives to teachers and banning extra-lessons in public schools. Dokora banned extra lessons late last year claiming he was cushioning hard-pressed parents from unscrupulous...
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Chegutu Hectors ‘Insensitive’ Education Minister

CHEGUTU residents on Saturday dressed down Education Minister Lazarus Dokora who had ordered headmasters to drag to the courts unemployed parents failing to pay school fees. According to the weekly Standard newspaper, Dokora was hectored as he addressed a constituency consultative meeting organised by local...
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Dokora Fuels Education Sector Rot

THE drastic 13,23% drop in the June Ordinary ‘O’ Level school examinations pass rate, though tragic, is not surprising to many Zimbabweans as it is a direct result of the hare-brained and destructive cocktail of policies introduced by Education minister Lazarus Dokora since his appointment...
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No Fees for 400 000 Beam Beneficiaries

NEARLY 400 000 primary and secondary schoolchildren could be forced out of school as Government and donors have failed to pay their fees under the Basic Education Assistance Module for the past two terms. Government caters for nearly 65 000 secondary school pupils under the...
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