Ministry of Education and Skills Development
News
12.02.16
2017 Form Four Admissions
11.11.15
The Public is informed that the Ministry of Education & Skills Development intends to embark on an upskilling and upscaling of unemployed youth. All unemployed youth are therefore invited to submit applications for the identified training programs under this project beginning November 2015. Applicants are advised to adhere to the eligibility criteria and levels of training as outlined in this notice to ensure compliance with set requirements.
03.07.15
The Mathematics Association of Botswana will be hosting a send-off session of 6 students and 2 teachers to Thailand on the 6th July 2015 at the Limkokwing University of Creative Technology in Block 7 at 1400hrs.
26.05.15
The Ministry of Education and Skills Development invites the media to the launch of the EFA Global Monitoring Report, Education For All 2000 – 2015: Achievements and Challenges. The Minister of Education and Skills Development Hon. Dr. Unity Dow will be receiving the report from Senior Education Specialist for Education from UNESCO Regional Office for Southern Africa, Ms. Carolyn Medel-Anonuevo. The event will take place at Boipuso Hall at 0930hrs on the 28th May 2015.
26.05.15
The Ministry of Education and Skills Development invites the media to the press briefing regarding the issue that emanated from World Education Forum WEF Post 2015 in Incheon, Republic of South Korea from the 19-22 May 2015. The Assistant Minister of Education Hon. Moiseraele Goya who represented the country at the forum will brief.
26.05.15
Ministry of Education and skills Development will hold its first ever ministerial convention in Palapye on the 29th of May 2015 at Majestic Hotel from 17:30pm. The Honorable Minister of Education and Skills Development Dr. Unity Dow will be the Guest of Honor. The event will also be graced by the Honorable Assistant Ministers Mr. Moiseraele M. Goya and Mr. Kgotla Autlwetse.
19.03.15
UNCLAIMED CHEQUES FOR FORMER TEMPORARY CONTRACT TEACHERS
11.03.15
The Ministry of Education and Skills Development would like to have statistical records of all unemployed qualified teachers with Diploma in Primary Education [DPE] and Diploma in Secondary Education [DSE] certificate who were never employed since completion of the programme.
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