Education authorities satisfied with CALA uptake

Online Desk |  10 months ago | local

Education authorities in Manicaland Province say they are satisfied with an uptake of the Continuous Assessment Learning Activities (CALA) this year, signaling an embracement of the module introduced countrywide last year despite resistance from some parents. 

In an interview with Zimpapers Radio News, Manicaland Provincial Education Director Richard Gabaza said there has been remarkable progress in the five areas of study required for assessment.

CALA is a module that requires learners to perform and demonstrate knowledge, understanding and skill to a situation.