Building a culture of collective responsibility

Interestingly many under achieving schools never run short of ideas and reasons justifying why they are not serving students well and reaching the level of proficiency expected of them.

Instead of investing deeply on instructional core, the tendency is to tinker at the surface.

A lot of energy is wasted on the blame game, where there is a toxic culture of trading accusations and counter accusations rather than cultivating a positive climate encouraging exchange of rigorous pedagogic (instruction) and governance practices.

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Molepolole unrest: Urgent attention on missing person cases

From Jakoba's mysterious disappearance on November 9 to the grim discovery of his remains at Mosinki Lands, a gap in the response mechanisms of the police and village leadership has been laid bare. The community's anger is evident, seen in the attack on Bakang Masole, the man found driving Jakoba's taxi and the main suspect, and the subsequent riot. Residents express discontent, citing a troubling trend of missing persons cases often...

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