This category provides insights relating to current educational trends, changes and improvements that are reviewed, discussed, debated or implemented.

The work is a compilation of a post-graduate study in Leadership and Development at the Pacific Adventist University in PNG. It focused on education policies and the development of the past and present.

The work on Tuition Fee Free Policy was presented at the UPNG/ANU PNG Update Conference 2018. Contact the writer on Twitter for discussions, presentations or information relating to the articles.

Help with School Tuition Fee: Free vs Subsidy

The Tuition Fee Free (TFF) education policy in Papua New Guinea has its fair share of weaknesses and threats. However, there are benefits (strengths and opportunities) of the free education policy, too. The article intends to share insights on the PNG governments plan to help with school tuition…

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PNG Government Tuition Fee Subsidy Policy 2020

INTRODUCTION Dear fellow Papua New Guineans. This public notice formally announces the Government Tuition Fee Subsidy (GTFS) Policy. The Tuition Fee Free Education Policy has been changed by the Marape-Steven government and it will now be called the Government Tuition Fee Subsidy (GTFS) Policy, from 2020 and onwards.…

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Grade 12 Online Results and Selections Timely Interventions

The Grade 12 online results and online selections are timely interventions in the education system. The online results and selections are the functions of two different education bodies. Namely the National Education Department (NDoE) and the Department of Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology (DHERST). In this article,…

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Provincial Education Leaders and Good School Culture in PNG

'PNG Provincial Education Leaders and Good School Culture' is a discussion on the roles of PNG provincial education leaders, school inspectors and school admins as the leaders central to the topic of school leadership and school culture. The second article (Part 2) puts in perspective the roles of…

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