African Education Stakeholders Convention is being organized by Reading House Africa, a wholly African-owned company, which is in the main business of organizing educational conferences including, but not exclusively, under the brand names (Business Class, iRead iLearn, African Education Stakeholders Convention (AESC), Reading House, The Summit, 1 Day Reading Activation, 1Child 1Book) and builds education summit or conference related software.
A Bi-Annual African Education Stakeholder’s Conference.
Solving reading challenges in Africa is urgent and requires the concerted efforts of all stakeholders. The AES Convention aims to support and channel joint efforts by providing a platform for policy dialogue between researchers and practitioners in the education sector and thereby help "Re-invent reading through educational collaboration" AESC is an all-African education stakeholders forum to dialogue and promote creative methods for reading sustainability in Africa using all necessary frontiers to infuse reading into every African sector considering trends and corporate culture. The stakeholder convention will provide input and recommendations to the literacy efforts in Africa, and also workable solutions to Africa’ educational challenges through reinventing reading.
Learning to read and write is a fundamental right. The sooner we can afford our citizens of this fundamental opportunity the sooner Africa’s glory is restored. This is a global commitment to provide literacy for everyone: children, youth and adults.
The 1ST ever AFRICAN EDUCATIONAL STAKEHOLDERS CONVENTION (AESC) will be held in Nigeria, bringing over teachers, principals, academics, NGOs and government delegates together to discuss the state of Reading in Africa. The purpose of AESC is to provide a platform where academics and practitioners could share their experiences, stimulate debate, collaborate on solutions and identify best practices that will contribute to reinventing reading for all.
The importance of collaboration and sharing of resources and knowledge cannot be overemphasised throughout the convention proceedings. The convergence of ideas will feed into and guide the processes also play a supporting role in focusing and channelling stakeholder collaboration, knowledge-sharing and innovation. It is through working collaboratively that we can eliminate illiteracy in Africa and maximise returns from our collective contributions towards improving the quality of our system. REGISTER NOW and get FREE ACCOMMODATION!!
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