Dr Dennis Sinyolo

Dr Dennis Sinyolo

International education expert

About

Dennis Sinyolo is the Director of Education International’s African Regional Office in Accra, Ghana. And writer of ”A strategy for managing teacher migration in southern Africa” Dennis started his teaching career as a primary school...

About

Dennis Sinyolo is the Director of Education International’s African Regional Office in Accra, Ghana. And writer of ”A strategy for managing teacher migration in southern Africa” Dennis started his teaching career as a primary school teacher, a position in which he remained for 14 years. He was also a part-time lecturer at the Zimbabwe Open University. As an activist for teachers’ rights, Dennis served on the National Executive Board of the Zimbabwe Teachers’ Association (ZIMTA) for 9 years. Dennis’ work to improve the working conditions of teachers did not stop at the national level. He was an active member of Southern Africa Teachers’ Organisation (SATO) and EI’s African Regional Committee.

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About

Dennis Sinyolo is the Director of Education International’s African Regional Office in Accra, Ghana. And writer of ”A strategy for managing teacher migration in southern Africa” Dennis started his teaching career as a primary school teacher, a position in which he remained for 14 years. He was also a part-time lecturer at the Zimbabwe Open University. As an activist for teachers’ rights, Dennis served on the National Executive Board of the Zimbabwe Teachers’ Association (ZIMTA) for 9 years. Dennis’ work to improve the working conditions of teachers did not stop at the national level. He was an active member of Southern Africa Teachers’ Organisation (SATO) and EI’s African Regional Committee.

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Dennis Sinyolo is the Director of Education International’s African Regional Office in Accra, Ghana. And writer of ”A strategy for managing teacher migration in southern Africa” Dennis started his teaching career as a primary school teacher, a position in which he remained for 14 years. He was also a part-time lecturer at the Zimbabwe Open University. As an activist for teachers’ rights, Dennis served on the National Executive Board of the Zimbabwe Teachers’ Association (ZIMTA) for 9 years. Dennis’ work to improve the working conditions of teachers did not stop at the national level. He was an active member of Southern Africa Teachers’ Organisation (SATO) and EI’s African Regional Committee.

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