The Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education has organised an indaba between teachers and President Emmerson Mnangagwa to discuss conditions of service and challenges facing the education sector. The Presidential Indaba has been set for July 18 in Harare, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry Dr Silvia Utete-Masango said. She made the announcement yesterday while officially closing the National Association of Secondary Heads (Nash) annual conference in Victoria Falls.
The meeting comes at a time when the ministry is planning to cluster learning areas into eight platforms of related subjects. "We are planning on an indaba which we are calling the Presidential Indaba to engage the Head of State and it will be on July 18 in Harare," said Dr Utete-Masango.
"The issues we are looking at are to do with infrastructural development since we have a deficit in schools structures and laboratories. The skills-based curriculum is emphasising Information Communication Technologies and we want to discuss ICT because we are looking at e-learning as a methodology for teaching." Organisers are still finalising logistics on who should attend-whether all teachers countrywide or their representatives.
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