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Egypt to expand online education system amid coronavirus outbreak

Africa/ Egypt/ 09.06.2020/ Source: www.egyptindependent.com.   Egyptian Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly on Monday said that the government will expand its online education system in order to prevent overcrowding at university campuses and schools amid the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. During a meeting with Minister of Education Tarek Shawky, Minister of Higher Education Khaled Abdel Ghafar, […]

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Japan’s two-month-long school closure is not a pretty sight

Asia/ Japan/ 28.04.2020/ Source: www.channelnewsasia.com. Japan is on the cusp of considering reopening schools nationwide but would do better by focusing on ramping up online learning, says Yuka Hasegawa. It’s been barely two months since Japanese Prime Minister Abe issued an order on Feb 27 for schools to close as part of a first phase […]

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Digital innovators are trying to plug gaps in Nigeria’s broken education system

Africa/ Nigeria/ 03.03.2030/ Source: qz.com. There’s an easy way to check how much of a priority education is to the Nigerian government: look at the national budget. Last year, the allocation for education stood at less than 10% of the entire $29 billion budget—much less than the 26% recommendation for developing countries by the United Nations […]

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Iraq education system on brink of collapse

Asia/ Iraq/ 25.02.2020/ Source: www.aljazeera.com. Millions of students across Iraq are losing out amid a shortage of teachers and education funding, the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) has said. Across Iraq, 2.5 million children are in need of education support, including 775,000 internally displaced children residing in and out of camps, the independent humanitarian organisation told Al Jazeera. According to NRC […]

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The job vacancies that Spain constantly struggles to fill

Europe/Spain/12/02/2020/Author(a):Carmen Sánchez Silva/Source: english.elpais.com By: Carmen Sánchez Silva. The Spanish labor market is ill-equipped to cover all its bases. While the unemployment rate is at 13.8%, there are also vacancies that go unfilled due to a lack of qualified professionals. This failure to match candidates to jobs was highlighted by 41% of the thousand Spanish […]

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