How many teachers do we have in Zambia?

How many teachers in Zambia are unemployed?

About 50,000 Teachers Unemployed In Zambia. The National Action for Quality Education in Zambia (NAQEZ) has revealed that the country currently has about 50,000 unemployed teachers.

How many schools do we have in Zambia?

Zambia has at present 3,800 government primary and basic schools, 200 secondary schools, 26 special education and open learning centers, 14 teachers training colleges, 14 schools of continuing education and open learning centers, 1 national correspondence college, and the 2 universities: the University of Zambia and …

How much do Zambian teachers get paid?

A person working in Teaching / Education in Zambia typically earns around 6,370 ZMK per month. Salaries range from 3,050 ZMK (lowest average) to 11,600 ZMK (highest average, actual maximum salary is higher). This is the average monthly salary including housing, transport, and other benefits.

Who is the permanent secretary of education in Zambia?

Higher Education Permanent secretary Kayula Siame recently toured Mwense and Mansa Training Trade Institutes to check on progress made academically.

How many nurses are unemployed in Zambia?

Zambia has a deficit of 20,000 nurses.

What is the best school in Zambia?

2021 Zambian University Ranking

sort by: rank a-z town oldest filter by: public private non-profit for-profit
# University Town
1 University of Zambia Lusaka
2 The Copperbelt University Kitwe …
3 University of Lusaka Lusaka
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What is the best private school in Zambia?

Top 3 Best Private Schools In Zambia 2021 (You Need To Know)

  • Lwengu School. Lwengu School is a vibrant co-education day and boarding school. …
  • Springfields Primary School. …
  • American International School (Lusaka)

Is education free in Zambia?

Public schools in Zambia

In Zambia, public schooling is free and compulsory from age seven to 14 (Grades 1 to 9). However, parents are still expected to cover additional costs such as uniforms, stationery and books.

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