Do you think that Curriculum reform can be the driver?
Do you agree that this can be achieved through education?
The inception meeting of the FoRCESA project was held in Johannesburg on 14 June 2018. The meeting was well attended with both government and non-government participation.
Delegates were drawn from:
- Government partners: seven CSTL Ministries of Education viz: DRC, Mozambique, Malawi, South Africa, Swaziland, Zimbabwe and Zambia
- Non-government partners: UNICEF, UNFPA, Save the Children, CRNSA, SADC and MIET AFRICA.
An overview of the project was presented by the Manager <click here for presentation> explaining how the civil and political rights of children in the ESA regional are integrated into, and have the potential to be advanced, through 21st century learning. However, for learners to acquire the competencies to succeed in the 21st century will require re-appraising our approach to education. In particular, 21st century approach has learner agency at its core, where learners are provided with the opportunity to participate meaningfully and make decisions that affect their learning.