Thursday, October 1, 2020

Racial Inequality In UK Higher Education

While western countries all over the world preach about human rights violations happening in the Middle East, an increasing number of studies are demonstrating...

Empowering Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) for economic self-sufficiency in Ghana

Capacity Development Centre Ghana in an article cites statistics from the Registrar General’s Department that 92 percent of companies registered are micro, small and medium enterprises. They are noted to contribute not less than 70 percent to the GDP of the country and therefore have significant impact on economic growth, income and employment.

The Struggle to Restore African Epistemology – Imhotep vs. Socrates

A frog does not jump backwards. - Zambian Proverb. By the turn of the new century in 1700, the theory of African knowledge, especially with...

Sierra Leone Innovates Nationwide Educational Radio

FREETOWN, Sierra Leone - Since Ebola ravaged Sierra Leone's population, school closings have led to approximately one million school-aged children without classrooms since July...

Why Free Education In The United States of America Is Impossible

In reference to an essay on entitled: We Are All Students: The Meaning of "Free Education", Friday, November 24, 2017, By Paddy O'Halloran,...

What’s The Matter With School?

What’s the matter with school? Schools are no longer built to educate. They are built to profit. Schools are textbook handlers and sellers. The best textbook,...
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Black Homeschoolers Fight School-Based Racism in the US

It can be difficult for African American kids to attend schools where they regularly face racism and stereotyping. Black people in the United States...

Ashesi University – Blackface U.S. College Corporatism Reaches African Shores

Some 4,600 years ago, the beacon of African science, the ancient Egyptian polymath, Imhotep, wrote, “Life is a race between Civilization and Barbarism.” In...

Public Response: Ashesi University, College Corporatism, and African Futures

Since its publication, Ms. Akosua Abeka's essay “Ashesi University—Blackface U.S. College Corporatism Reaches African Shores” has received much public and private debate. Some readers shed...

Commas and Apostrophes: The ‘Uncouth Bacilli’ of the English Language

ACCRA -- In a recent edition of Education Matters, a very popular column in the Daily Graphic, Anis Haffar, a former teacher of English...