Good journalism at the heart of Education.
The media is the most powerful entity on earth. It has the power to make the innocent guilty because it controls the mind of the masses
Education in Africa is not a priority even though you hear all the speeches of the government. Nobody follows and covers education like core politics, entertainment, the arts, sports and even comedy. At Edu Revamp Africa Foundation, we abhor the way Africa’s education is portrayed in the media and decided to become that trusted voice. We founded a media platform, Edugist – for trusted, verified education content across the continent
With Edugist, we believe that good journalism can be at the heart of education and that the media can educate rather than sedate the populace.
We are leading and driving a new educational conversation using media. Edugist is a community for everything education; news, students, teachers, parents, school owners, Edtech professionals, vendors, policy makers and everyone playing in the education industry. We cover “on the ground” stories of students, parents, educators, and activists all over the continent striving to improve education. Edugist chronicles our efforts, as well as those of our partners and friends who are working towards rediscovering our continental educational treasures.
Beyond publishing news, Edugist takes a closer look at education policy and research through an equity, affordability and quality lens. Our experts and guest contributors offer deep analysis and fresh takes at the intersection of policies, technology, media, and innovation in education.
Here is one thing we know; the media’s power is frail. Without the people’s support, it can be shut off with the ease of turning a light switch. This is why we collaborate as media partners to several education initiatives globally and in the continent.
Edugist is not just an education blog, it is an interposition!
Our partners have included
We’re always on the lookout for good articles on the subject matter of education, especially on the disruption we currently need in education – the influence of the media and technology on education and Early Childhood Education. We also accept news articles, information and updates on Education.
If you do like to contribute an article for the blog, fill-in the form to the right and we’ll get back to you shortly.
For Media Partnership across the continent, contact