Teachers and others concerned
with schools in Zimbabwe met today with Education minister David Coltart to
offer advice on how to overhaul the
Coltart said he called the so-called education summit to
solicit the views of as many people as possible to help him formulate policies
to present to the cabinet.
The meeting included
representatives of the Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe, the Zimbabwe
teachers association, the Zimbabwe Schools Examination Council, and other organizations with a stake in
Minister Coltart tells Studio Seven reporter Patience Rusere that the main point to emerge from the session was that the schools must
be kept open at all cost.
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