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▸ Published on 24 January 2018

The Association of African Universities (AAU) in partnership with TrustAfrica and ADEA’s Working Group on Higher Education (ADEA-WGHE) invite you to join the AAU-TrustAfrica-ADEA Higher Education Online Forum (Webinar) on “Promoting Academic Mobility/Exchange Programmes and Standardization through the Harmonization of Higher Education Systems”. This webinar seeks to inform, educate and create the platform for African Higher Education Stakeholders to discuss strategies to promote academic mobility, exchange programmes and standardization through the harmonization of the African Higher Education System...

▸ Published on 12 January 2018

Good bye Thanh-Hoa. 

The Torch that Bravely Blazed Africa’s Education for over a Decade is Finally Extinguished.

We are comforted by the fact that you have now gone to rest and are in a better place.

You will always be part of our ADEA’s family!

▸ Published on 10 January 2018

The Association of African Universities (AAU) in partnership with Trust Africa and ADEA's Working Group on Higher Education (ADEA-WGHE) invites you to join a Higher Education Forum Webinar on “Promoting Diversification, Differentiation, and Harmonization of the Higher Education Systems at the Institutional, National, Regional and Continental levels”. The purpose of this forum is to enable African countries consolidate and assure the quality of educational provision against locally, regionally, and internationally agreed upon benchmarks of excellence...

▸ Published on 22 December 2017

Hon. Prof. Mary Teuw Niane, the Minister in charge of Senegal’s Higher Education, Scientific Research and Innovation is the new Chairperson of the Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA) Steering Committee (SC) for the next two years. He replaced Dr. Ashraf El-Shihy, the Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research of Egypt...

▸ Published on 21 December 2017

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and its partners have launched in 2016, an initiative named “the Global Book Alliance (GBA),” aimed at transforming and advancing current book design, acquisition and distribution practices, especially in Africa and Asia, to ensure that students have the books they need in their mother tongue – in order to learn how to read and read to understand...

▸ Published on 13 November 2017

The Working Group on Books and Learning Materials (WGBLM) of the Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA) has partnered with Alford Books Publishers to offer all schools across Africa exciting supplementary reading materials...

▸ Published on 09 November 2017

African youth successfully affirmed their support to the Secondary Education in Africa Today (SEAT) project - a joint initiative by the Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA) and the MasterCard Foundation (MCF) – and provided key feedback, experiences and recommandations on the project’s approach, focus and strategy. ADEA  and MCF proactively brought together fifteen (15) youth, aged between 19 and 27 years, from West and North Africa...

▸ Published on 17 October 2017

The Association of African Universities (AAU) in partnership with Trust Africa and the Association for the Development of Education’s Working Group on Higher Education (ADEA-WGHE) invites you to join a Higher Education Forum Webinar on “Promoting Diversification, Differentiation, and Harmonization of the Higher Education Systems at the Institutional, National, Regional and Continental levels”. The purpose of this forum is to enable African countries consolidate and assure the quality of educational provision against locally, regionally, and internationally agreed upon benchmarks of excellence...

▸ Published on 16 October 2017

A joint initiative by the Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA)’s Working Group on Education Management and Policy Support (WGEMPS), Inter-Country Quality Node on Teaching and Learning (ICQN-TL), and the Network of African Learning Assessments (NALA) resulted in the successful training of 54 experts from 7 African countries. This 5-day training of trainers’ workshop covered Psychometrics, Competency Based Curriculum and Competency Based Assessment...

▸ Published on 03 October 2017

3rd October 2017 – Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire: The Ministers of Education of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) resolved that all the region’s member states’ Education Management Information Systems (EMIS) be subjected to a peer review by ADEA using the regional Norms and Standards Assessment Framework, supported by the ECOWAS Commission in partnership with other key stakeholders.

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