Tuning Africa is a network of interconnected communities of academics who reflect, debate and elaborate instruments and share the around a discipline or theme in the conscious context of building mutual trust and confidence. They work in international, intercultural groups, communicating deep respect for the autonomy of co-participants at the institutional, country and regional level and generously sharing knowledge and experiences.Read more
Based on the previous experience and in order to address some of the challenges posed by the diversity and complexity of the system, Tuning Africa II would benefit from having a tiered structure with clear roles and responsibilities.
In order to enrich these reforms, academics need to hear students’ views on a range of issues.
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For too long, until the end of the twentieth century and nowadays for some countries, studies have been given at the university level in a masterly way, with the teacher as the source of all knowledge, the main model on which all students should be referred in learning their future professions.
Hugues NKULU NGOY
TUNING AFRICA AGENDA