For Africa to compete in the global economies, 12 -15 percent of its workforce need to have access to technical tertiary education. This was the opening remark by Dr. Bakary Diallo, Rector of the African Virtual University (AVU) during the African Virtual University Computer Science and Teacher Education Curriculum Design workshop at the Intercontinental Hotel, in Nairobi.
At the end of this workshop, delegates will have reviewed the AVU continent wide math and science teacher education program, and develop a new applied computer science program. These reviews and reports are meant to cut down the continent's lags in training necessary human resources to much its rosy economic growth prospects.
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