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    Lupane university says Grade 7 pupils in the district can’t read

    A RECENT research by Lupane State University revealed that a number of Grade 7 pupils in the district cannot read, a factor that might have largely contributed to the poor pass rate recorded in last year’s examinations. According to Zimbabwe School Examinations Council (ZIMSEC) statistics, Matabeleland North registered the worst 2020 Grade 7 results at 15,9%, down from 25% recorded…

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    MPs want 2020 Grade 7 exams re-written

    PRIMARY and Secondary Education Parliamentary Portfolio Committee Chairperson Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga said pupils who wrote Grade Seven public examinations last year had been disadvantaged. She said pupils in urban areas had access to online learning and extra lessons for those whose parents and guardians can afford. Misihairabwi-Mushonga said education is now being accessed by the rich who can afford extra lessons…

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    Charamba at it again, labels teachers ‘criminals’

    PRESIDENTIAL spokesperson George Charamba has hit back at some teachers’ unions for blaming poor infrastructure for the poor 2020 Grade 7 results at some schools. A total of 88 schools, mostly in rural Matabeleland recorded a 0% pass rate, prompting the Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (ARTUZ), to criticise the government for abandoning rural schools. The unions posted pictures…

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