African parents should befriend their wards. It is one of the ways to stay relevant in their lives during such life-changing times.
After more than a decade of trying to persuade authorities of the value of teaching entrepreneurship in African schools, the movement is starting to make some headway.
High school teacher Al Vernacchio answers his students’ questions about everything from crushes, abstinence, sexuality, safe sex, birth control and so on.
Kasi Economy shared this bit of news on their Twitter handle along with a video that detailed how the 17-year-old successfully built a robot that is able to lift and carry small objects using metal, cardboard boxes and wire.
The young Nigerian recently won FIA European carting championship. And with his latest contract, McLaren will be supporting him as he scales through the junior categories of the sport.
It’s not only that mature-beyond-her-years strut that makes her stand-out. It’s also her signature hair. The African-American model is an advocate for natural black hairstyles.
Schools need to start addressing the topic of menstrual periods in all their aspects for both girls and boys and encourage open discussion and a safe environment for students.
While STEM education may have been plagued by various challenges in the past, this initiative is one great step towards salvaging the situation, and it deserves the support and commendation of every stakeholder.
The four teens call their project the Alliance for African Education and plan to send school supplies as well in another shipment.