“Lesson Study with Mathematics and Science Preservice Teachers: Finding the Form” (Routledge, 2023) is a new overview of the fundamentals of lesson study edited by School of Education Dean Kelly Chandler-Olcott, Professor Sharon Dotger and Jen Heckathorn G’22, director for…
‘Too Early to Celebrate Africa’s Low COVID-19 Case Numbers’
Jok Madut Jok is a professor of anthropology in the Maxwell School.
Some global leaders have issued dire warnings about Africa’s impending COVID-19 crisis. However, at the same time they have downplayed the fact that the virus has not made significant impact in many countries on the continent, citing inadequate testing and nondisclosure of cases. In an April 15 commentary in The Daily Nation, Jok questions this thinking and offers insight based on current evidence.
To read Jok’s opinion piece in its entirety, visit The Daily Nation website.
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