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Think Tank Thuto

THINK TANK THUTO

 

A GLOBAL EDUCATION COMMITTEE THAT DEFINED

EDUCATION'S ROLE IN

SUSTAINABLE, CO-ORDINATED & INCLUSIVE

HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

From 2005 - 2014, TTT planned TAISBA
[ THE ANGLICAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOLS OF BOTSWANA, AFRICA ];
May 2015, the Marapong Land Board transferred titles to the
Anglican Diocese of Botswana to develop TAISBA's Mathangwane Campus.

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MORERO [TO CONSULT ]

VISION FOR MATHANGWANE'S INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL WAS CREATED AFTER MANY AND FREQUENT CONSULTATION WITH 'OUR VILLAGE' I.E. LOCAL AND GLOBAL ]



Morero [A SETSWANA WORD]

 

Consensus building is not new to the country of Botswana. Batswana strongly believe in the value of consultation within society. The process of Morero, inter-personal, family, and community levels is considered an invaluable asset in the ability to reach and sustain agreements. At the national level, public service officials and politicians, including the President, regularly travel throughout the country to consult ordinary citizens on various government programmes and other issues of national or local concern. In this way, most citizens do not feel left out of the decision-making process of their country. Failure to consult tends to generate negative responses since people interpret it as an indirect statement that either they do not matter, are inferior, or in the case of the family unit, not significant enough to be worth consulting. Although consultations tend to be time consuming, the consensus they bring about creates a lot of harmony both within families and in society as a whole.



MORERO [TO BUILD CONSENSUS]

 

To help create and maintain a vision for educational excellence, Think Tank Thuto upholds the Batswana practise known as "Morero." Starting with the businessplan for Francistown's Highschool, the U.S.C. Marshall Business-plan team started the consultation process with Batswana Teachers and Parents in 2007. To continue to define and maintain a vision that upholds educational excellence, we encourage all leaders, parents and other members of the future schools' communities to freely communicate with our committee throughout planning, building and ongoing operations of the future schools.