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Tsion Taye

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101 ARTICLE

Reflecting on the past, embracing a brighter future

In the month of Puagme, Ethiopians engage in introspection, reflecting on the triumphs and tribulations of the past year. The desire for a prosperous, unified, and peaceful Ethiopia is fervent, but unanswered prayers prompt a call for sincerity, self-reflection, and actions aligned with the values we profess.

Settling for mediocrity

Setting low expectations only leads to mediocre results, both for students in school and nations in their development. To progress, we must awaken to the realities surrounding us and actively engage in pursuits that genuinely matter and contribute to our national advancement.

FUTURES FIXED, PASSIONS LOST

We used to call it “Matric Electric” backin my days. Passing the national school leaving examination, dubbed ‘Matric’, was non-negotiable then. Now, there seems...

Rethink ban on “int’l” students taking national exams

The recent decision to prevent students at 'international schools' from taking the national school leaving examinations in Ethiopia warrants revision. As it stands, citing international schools’ curriculum deviations fails to provide satisfactory reasoning for a policy that disadvantages students and limits their opportunities for higher education.

A helping hand or a hidden threat?

Reliable childcare is tough to find. Parents worry over rare but tragic reports of caregivers harming kids. Looking back, maid relationships differed - some never left. Now, boundaries are set but fairness + empathy on both sides fosters trust.

Futures fixed, passions lost

We used to call it “Matric Electric” back in my days. Passing the national school leaving examination, dubbed 'Matric', was non-negotiable then. Now, there...

Real impact over long resumes

The most deserving "PhD" titles may be those given not for years spent studying, but for a lifetime spent applying knowledge to meaningfully serve others.

Cutting through the darkness

Values, traditions, cultures, norms and beliefs are passed from generation to generation. Resources, knowledge and power are transferred from one generation to the next....

From salutations to sweat

University graduation should be a time of celebration and opportunity, with the promise of a fulfilling career ahead. But for too many Ethiopian graduates...

Beyond the Glow of Devices

Kiremt, the rainy season in Ethiopia, brings back memories of childhood for many of us. For me, the season symbolizes the carefree days of...

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