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Year of the Youth Competition Positively Affects Our Teachers: Teach Independent Learning Skills

Recently, we were delighted to announce the results of our Year of the Youth competition. Our teachers at Teach2030 worked hard to enter this competition and help their students realise their potential. They began their journey by undertaking a a short course that provided the skills to encourage young people to proactively learn by themselves and collaborate.

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And the winner of our Commonwealth Year of the Youth competition is…

After a six month competition that spanned the Commonwealth, the day to announce the winner for the Year of the Youth competition has finally come! As the Commonwealth’s 56 member countries have a combined population of 2.5 billion people, of which more than 60% are under 30 years of age, the Commonwealth sees young people aged 15 to 29 as assets to a

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Happy International Women’s Month. Be kind to each other.

I have always believed that education is the key to success. I worked hard to achieve my goals, obtaining matriculation, a university degree, and a job. However, I was unprepared for the harsh realities of the professional world. Even educated and sensible male colleagues, once in power, could become tyrants. It was even worse when

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Commonwealth Finalists for Our Year of the Youth Competition!

In September 2023, we launched our Commonwealth endorsed competition to support Year of the Youth. On this Commonwealth Day, we announce and celebrate our 10 finalists! The Commonwealth’s 56 member countries have a combined population of 2.5 billion people, of which more than 60% are under 30 years of age. The Commonwealth sees young people

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International Women’s Day: Celebrating all our Strong Professional Women

Being a woman striving to succeed in a professional environment is no easy task; women have many challenges to face before they can be recognised as successful, yet there are vast numbers of women who have achieved innumerable things and faced challenging obstacles, overcoming them with triumph. It is no less challenging in an educational

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Born to inspire others to become the best they can be, through education

I am a proud South African teacher, who started her teaching journey, twenty- seven years ago, teaching in the most rural and marginalized area. Being born during the apartheid era, allowed me an opportunity to be born and raised in two different environments, that is in the township as well as in the village. This

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