Malawi ready to implement compulsory education

From Face of Malawi Thu Nov 29 2012, 04:46:34

Principal Secretary in the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology John Bisika has said Malawi Government is ready to implement compulsory primary education whose provision has been included in the yet-to-be enacted Education Bill. Speaking during the Civil Society Education Coalition (Csec) meeting with members of the Legal Affairs and Education committees of Parliament on [...]

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