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Secondary school teachers complain about new timetable

10-18-2017 The class course duration in the secondary schools has increased from 45 to 55 minutes. Teachers and students complain about the new decision. Courses start every morning at 7:30 and end at 13:55 p.m. instead of 13:00 p.m. as scheduled previously. Even if the ministerial ordinance has not been (...)
' Students will leave schools at 13:55 p.m.

Books Delay impact on Post- basic Education

01-11-2017 The delay of books in different post- basic schools in Burundi leads to non-completion of the programs. Teachers from two public secondary schools in Bujumbura city council, namely” Lycée Municipal Rohero” and” Lycée Municipal Bwiza” (in Mukaza commune), call on the government to avail books for the 2nd term (...)
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Bitter Dispute Continues over Quality of Education and Teacher Care

01-08-2015 President Pierre Nkurunziza blamed war for the decreasing level of education in Burundi. The syndicates of teachers blame the government themselves.-J.BerchmansSiboniyo These comments came at a public conference held in Ruyigi Province on Friday 19th December by Nkurunziza in order to listen to, and to answer questions from journalists (...)