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Government Virtual Schools: The Answer to Education Infrastructure Budget Cuts

Classroom demand for 2024 exceeds available space at schools across the country. Compounding the problem is the slashing of school infrastructure allocations by R1.7billion, which according to Equal Education, could have easily provided 2,991 additional classrooms. And while technology could...

Technology Tips for Teachers: How Tech can Enhance your Classroom

Technology in the classroom is inevitable. Our modern world relies on technology, and people should be literate and capable of digital technologies. At the same time, many of us are actively adopting technology because it is so beneficial. The...

Rhodes University Forges Dynamic Partnership with eLearnAfrica

Recognized as a premier business school for sustainability and ethical leadership, Rhodes Business School has partnered with eLearnAfrica to create a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). This initiative supports the school's mission to expand the reach of its AMBA-accredited MBA...

Innovation Meets Education: HKPC and QEF’s EdTech Initiative

The Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC) has recently announced a collaborative effort with the Quality Education Fund (QEF) to jointly promote the e-Learning Ancillary Facilities Programme (the Programme). In its role as a strategic partner of the QEF, HKPC will...

HP and Cambridge join forces to support EdTech in Africa

In September, 25 influential African EdTech leaders will join a new fellowship program by Cambridge Partnership for Education and HP. The HP Cambridge EdTech Fellowship enhances participants' skills in leading impactful EdTech transformations in education systems. The inaugural cohort of EdTech...

More & More South Africans Are Considering Online Schools – New Survey

Even prior to the pandemic, online schools had their fair share of critics among South Africans, but this perception drastically changed due to the lockdowns and increased isolation. So, was this purely a short-term solution for parents during the...

EdTech Company Launches Marketplace Platform for Teachers in Kenya

One of the leading global edtech companies Snapplify has launched its Teacha! brand in East Africa, making thousands of teaching resources immediately available to teachers. Using the Teacha! resource marketplace, teachers can buy and sell their teaching resources online. "There is a great...

3 Ways COVID-19 has Digitised Education

The introduction of the fourth industrial revolution has already been transforming the education sector over the past two decades, with technology allowing students to access education from anywhere at any time. This, however, has been fast-tracked due to the impact...

8 Virtual Classroom Platforms to Use during the Pandemic

The novel coronavirus has forced millions of people around the globe to work from home due to serious health concerns. Managers are conducting employee training online. Teachers are setting up virtual classrooms for their students. Everyone is searching for the...

EdTech: Preparing Students for Learning of the Future

Governments around the world have closed educational institutions in an attempt to contain the global COVID-19 pandemic. With several school weeks lost, educators are harnessing the power of EdTech to ensure that students can continue their academic programmes as...
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A New Extended Partnership for Managing People and Money

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has partnered with Workday, a provider of solutions for managing people and money. The partnership aims...
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