Build principals' capacity to be CEOs, no outside managers

In Summary

• Only when we sit down and draft a road-map that will clearly define the way our education will be funded will we heal the problem.

• To date the money the government sends to school is said to buy chalk, books, and other materials but they barely do.

For 50 years schools have known head teachers to be the chief executive officer of a school. They do it all, from finance to learning supervision.

Still in the same period, we have not ...

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