Dokora suggests a complete change of textbooks, wants schools to start using locally authored textbooks
Speaking at Kutama College during an Arts Teachers Association of Zimbabwe third annual conference, primary and secondary education minister Dr Lazarus Dokora suggested that there be a complete change of text books within the education sector.
He also said the education sector should start using locally authored text books to cut the import bill for text books written by foreign authors which is unnecessarily high. He added that under the current system, examination questions have become so predictable, a situation has killed creativity on the part of teachers and students.
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