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Special educational needs ‘It’s hard to watch your child struggle. All you can do is chase people’

By: Michael Savage. As council budgets are slashed, desperate parents speak about their exhausting battle in the courts to protect the forgotten victims – their children As a former bouncer working in north London nightclubs, John Roden thought he knew a thing or two about stressful situations. But taking on the care of his five-year-old granddaughter Hope brought […]

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Iran: Student Day commemorated across Iran by students, teachers

Asia/ Iran/ 12.12.2018/ Source: women.ncr-iran.org. Iranian students held gatherings in Tehran, Tabriz, Semnan, Babol, and other cities across the country on Saturday, December 8, 2018, to honor and observe the Student Day in Iran. In Tehran, students of Tehran University, held a gathering and sit-in by the entrance gates of the university to observe the Student Day. When the […]

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France detains 32 students protesting education reform

Europa/ Francia/ 12.11.2018/ Source: www.aa.com.tr. Protests erupt after Macron administration unveils plans to change education system French police detained 32 students Wednesday who were taking part in protests against government plans to overhaul the country’s approach to education. Students in a number of cities have been protesting against President Emmanuel Macron’s educational policies. The major reforms […]

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Uganda: Govt urged to invest more in Early Childhood Development

Africa/ Uganda/ 11.12.2018/By: Lawrence Mulondo/ Source: www.newvision.co.ug. Among the other sectors Save the children is championing in is Health and Nutrition, Child poverty, Child protection, Childs rights and governance. Save the Children has urged the Ministry of Education to invest more in Early Childhood Development (ECD) in order to have quality children joining primary schools. In […]

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Why do dyslexic students do worse at university?

By: Christopher Byrne. The proportion of UK university students who are dyslexic has increased markedly in recent years, rising to around 5%. Yet there remains a significant dyslexia attainment gap: around 40% of dyslexic students achieve a 2.1 or above, compared to 52% of non-dyslexic students. Dyslexia is unrelated to intelligence, so why does this gap persist? Unfortunately, […]

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Australia: Student protests show Australian education does get some things righ

Oceania/ Australia/ 10.11.2018/ Source: theconversation.com. Australia’s education system often suffers a barrage of criticism – claims of stagnant or declining NAPLAN results, slippage in international comparisons and rankings, and an irrelevant curriculum, tend to draw the attention of politicians, the media, and the Australian public. It’s not often we are able to celebrate what’s right in Australia’s education […]

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Mali: Le comportement des enfants au Mali en cause

Africa/ Mali/ 10.12.2018/ Source:maliactu.net. Comportement des enfants au Mali devient de plus en plus inadmissible à cause d’un système éducatif inaccessible à tous les niveaux, estiment des concitoyens dans un micro-trottoir réalisé en fin de la semaine dernière. L’éducation, le bon comportement des enfants, le respect de personnes âgées comme catalyseur de développement d’un pays, […]

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