Zimbabwe’s education sector is in the intensive care unit and it is imperative for the strategic stakeholders to recommend a raft of measures to resucistate the sector.
The education system in Zimbabwe has suffered from incessant brain drain, poor remuneration for the teachers/ lecturers , obsolete infrastructure and flaragrant policy inconsistencies. It is a matter of urgency that the education sector be revived and FORUS party offers some attractive policies as enshrined in the party’s attractive manifesto.
FORUS Party under the servant leadership of Muyenziwa Irene Manyara highly regards the education as a cardinal cog of both national building and economic development hence the need to channel more resources towards the sector and maintain policies which resonate well with the dynamics of the morden world.
FORUS Party intends to build more schools around the nation, make primary education free and compulsory. The party believes an educated human capital is a fundamental resource to the nation.
President Muyenziwa is also dangling an irresistible offer to the educators in terms of attractive remuneration which is in tandem with regional standards.
FORUS intends to reduce the teacher to pupil ratio hence the urgent need to increase the number of schools.
FORUS also intends to build more colleges and introduce hub centres at each tertiary institution.
The President also believes in creating an education system which caters for the disabled and disadvantaged.
The party has an accommodative , neutral and sound educational policies which will be put in in motion in the event that the party wins the upcoming elections.