Private colleges face closure for not implementing new curriculum & operating without registration

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Speaking to The Financial Gazette, Primary and Secondary Education Deputy Minister, Paul Mavima, said government would close all institutions defying its directives concerning the implementation of the new curriculum.

Said Mavima:

Firstly, there are some institutions in this sector that are operating without any form of registration and many of these institutions have approached us and pleaded for the formalisation grace period to be extended. Secondly, there are some registered independent colleges that, for one reason or the other, are not implementing the new curriculum, but recruiting trained teachers. Now all the institutions choosing to operate without registration risk facing closure, if they do not put their paperwork in order.
Paul Mavima

Paul Mavima is a Zimbabwean politician , academic and certified financial planner.He is currently the Minister of Primary and Secondary Education and the Member of Parliament for Gokwe Sengwa Constituency. Read More About Paul Mavima


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