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The 15.3% budget allocation for Education will transform the sector-Mabumba

Africa/Zambia/10.10.2018/Source: www.lusakatimes.com.   General Education Minister, David Mabumba says the 2019 national budget says the proposed 2019 national budget focuses on reforming and transforming key components in the education system. Mr. Mabumba cited industrialization as one key component that the budget will help to transform by supporting the local production and purchase of school items such […]

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Foreign students up 4,5 % in french tertiary institutions

Europe/ Francia/ 08.10.2018/ Source: thepienews.com. There were 343,400 foreign students in the French higher education system, signalling a growth of 4.5% since 2016 according to figures released by the Ministry of Education. The number of foreign students in tertiary education in France has grown 18% since 2012 and almost doubled between 2000 and 2017, the ministry […]

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Greece: IOM with EU helps thousands of migrants get education

Europe/Greece/Source: www.devdiscourse.com. IOM, the UN Migration Agency, announced today that almost 2,800 children living in Greece in open-accommodation centers for migrants and refugees attended school in 2018, marking the second year when European Union (EU)-funded transportation services enabled these students to return to class. IOM with EU emergency support, together with the participation of the Greek […]

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A New Push Is On for Afghan Schools, but the Numbers Are Grim

By Mujib Mashal and Najim Rahim Before the start of another Afghan school year, about 200 tribal elders in the southeastern district of Laja Mangal gathered in a schoolyard for an important declaration: Any family that did not send its children to school would be fined $70, about half a civil servant’s monthly salary. The district […]

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Too Little Access, Not Enough Learning: Africa’s Twin Deficit in Education

By Kevin Watkins   Africa’s education crisis seldom makes media headlines or summit agendas and analysis by the Brookings Center for Universal Education (CUE) explains why this needs to change. With one-in-three children still out of school, progress towards universal primary education has stalled. Meanwhile, learning levels among children who are in school are abysmal. […]

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