African Education Week’s last day to learn, meet and network

African Education Week – on its last day of show today – will examine the causes and looks for solutions to improve the standard and quality of education, by bringing together over 2,000 education stakeholders from teachers, principals, lecturers, researchers, academics, and policy makers to discuss solutions, new ideas and share hands on real life practical experience through workshops, debates, panel discussions and one on one meetings hence the theme for this year’s event Empowerment for all through quality education.

The 2014 programme has been divided into three tracks focusing on basic education, further & higher education & training, and educational technology, with a strong focus on literacy & numeracy and teacher training & development.

With a large exhibition, attendees can meet face to face with the vendors showcasing the latest curriculum support products and technologies, allowing for hands on experience and demos.

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