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Betsy DeVos Loves Charter Schools. That’s Bad for Charter Schools.

North America/United States/17.10.18/ By Conor P. Williams/Source: ww.nytimes.com. At Hiawatha Academies’ elementary school in the Morris Park neighborhood of Minneapolis, signs welcome immigrants in multiple languages. Over 75 percent of students there are learning English as a second language, and most are the children of Hispanic immigrants. Hiawatha runs some of Minnesota’s best public schools for serving such students; the Morris […]

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Zambia gov’t responds to protests of university students

Africa/ Zambia/ 17.10.2018/ Source: www.africanews.com. Hundreds of students of the University of Zambia (UNZA) marched on Monday, protesting the death of their colleague during last week’s protests over delayed meal and accommodation allowances. Vespers Shimuzhila, a fourth year student at UNZA died of suffocation when police fired a teargas cannister into her room, while another student Everett Chongo, […]

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Zambia: 250 children are learning under a Mango tree at Matipa Community School in Lunga District

Africa/ Zambia/ 17.10.2018/ Source: www.lusakatimes.com. About 250 children are learning under a Mango tree at Matipa Community School in Lunga District of Luapula province. The Community school has no infrastructure and the Church building the pupils were squatting in collapsed two weeks ago forcing them to attend classes under a mango tree. The school goes up […]

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Qatar stresses vow to protect children’s rights

Asia/ Qatar / 17.10.2018/ Source: www.gulf-times.com. Qatar affirmed Friday its commitment to protecting the rights of children at the national, regional and international levels. The country would also spare no effort in providing the necessary support to the protection of children in all circumstances and by all means, in order to help ensure their development and […]

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Vietnam’s education sector a gold mine for investors

Asia/ Vietnam/ 16.10.2018/ Source: english.vietnamnet.vn. “International schools in Vietnam are expected to see a large wave of applications from Vietnamese students following the newly released decree which lifts the ceiling on the proportion of Vietnamese students at foreign invested schools,” said Troy Griffiths, deputy CEO of Savills Vietnam. Taking effect on August 1, Decree 86 says […]

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CoE official: We focused on combating corruption in Armenia higher education institutions

Asia/ Armenia/ 16.10.2018/ Source: news.am. The Armenian Government made combating corruption its key priority, said Director of the Office of the Directorate General of Programmes of the Council of Europe, Verena Taylor on Friday. Her remark came after the Council of Europe and EU presented to media the results of projects for Eastern Partnership countries, including […]

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