Empowering Botswana’s Future: The Transformative Role of Open Schooling in Accessible Education

Tommie Hamaluba, PhD, Lesetedi Lesetedi, (DBA)


This study focuses on the transformative potential of open schooling in Botswana. It highlights its role in providing education to diverse learners by analyzing insights from Commonwealth of Learning, UNESCO, Rumble and Koul (2007), and Botswana’s Revised National Policy on Education (1994). The research emphasizes open schooling’s significance in addressing educational disparities and promoting national development. The paper underscores its role in creating an inclusive educational environment for societal advancement.

Beyond emphasizing open schooling’s importance, the paper delves into effective implementation strategies. It aims to distill best practices that maximize open schooling’s positive impact on Botswana’s education by investigating key strategies.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22158/eltls.v5n4p13


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