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Zimbabwe Replaces Cala With Science&Tech Biased School Based Projects-Muswere


The Zimbabwe Government has replaced Continuous Assessment Learning Activities (CALA) , with science and technology biased school-based projects with immediate effect.This was announced by Minister of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Dr.Jenfan Muswere in his weekly cabinet briefing last night.

The school based projects of practical applications with the number of areas covered by the non-examination process have been reduced from about eight to one for each subject as learners in primary schools will now be offered a maximum of six learning areas instead of a minimum of 27, which they used to do, while Form 1 to 4 learners will have five compulsory learning areas.
“Learners at secondary school level will study at least three electives from the following categories: the sciences, languages, humanities, commercials, technical and vocational, and physical education and arts.
“The future of the country will increasingly be shaped by science and technology, hence the bias in the education system to foster critical thinking, innovation, creativity, problem-solving and programming,” said the information Czar, Dr Muswere.
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