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School dropouts in Zimbabwe between 1980 and 2004: Implications for education and training policy twenty-five years after independence.
(Zimbabwe Bulletin of Teacher Education, 2007-09-01)
This article analyses the problem of school dropouts in Zimbabwe during the period 1980 to 2004 with the aim of suggesting how the problem can be eliminated. The discussion is important in view of the fact that the country ...
Post Independent Zimbabwe's new ‘O’ Level History Syllabus 2166: A crisis of expectations
This study is a qualitative, retrospective analysis of the new ‘O’ Level Zimbabwe History Syllabus 2166, whose checkered-history culminated in its replacement, in 2002, by the Syllabus 2167. It examined the innovation ...
COLLABORATORS OR BENEFACTORS: AN AFRICAN PERSPECTIVE ON MISSIONARY PROVISION OF EDUCATION IN ZIMBABWE
This work examines two theories on the role of missionaries in the provision of education to Africans in Zimbabwe in the context of the philosophy of hunhu/ubuntu. The two theories are the theory of collaboration and the ...
The Comparability of Standards Set at The Zimbabwe General Certificate of Education Ordinary Level in Geography 2248 and Integrated Science 5006 Over a Period of Three Years.
The stakeholders of the Zimbabwean examination system expect a given grade to represent a certain achievement standard despite the year it was gained and the subject in which it was achieved. However, ten years after ...
Visual expression among contemporary artists: implications for Art Education
Zimbabwean art, particularly stone sculpture, has an international acclaim. While contemporary stone sculpture ideally emerged in the 1950s with the advent of Frank Mc Ewen, it has reached many European and Asian countries ...
Literature and Liberation....the Second Phase Shimmer Chinodya's Harvest of Thorns
(James Currey, 1996)
Reading in Zimbabwe
(University of Zimbabwe, Department of Education, 2002)
Gender Issues in Selected Shona Female-Authored Novels
(College Press, 2006)
Men and Women: Gender Issues in Tsitsi Dangarembga's Nervous Conditions and She No Longer Weeps
(James Currery Ltd, 1996)
Teacher Quality in Zimbabwe Secondary Schools
(University of Zimbabwe, Human Resources Research Centre, 1990-11)
This paper presents results from a survey of secondary school teachers in government schools, church schools, and rural day schools about teacher variables that have a positive effect on student achievement. The evidence ...