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Indonesia starts school year with caution during pandemic

Asia/ Indonesia/ 14.07.2020/ Fuente: www.thejakartapost.com. After months of studying from home, students in several parts of the archipelago returned to school on Monday in accordance with the so-called “new normal” protocols in their respective communities. In the meantime, a number of other regions continued to exercise caution and carried on with their online learning policies […]

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Japan’s schools begin to reopen with staggered attendance

Asia/ Japan/ 25.05.2020/ Source: www.japantimes.co.jp. Schools in many regions across the nation reopened Monday with staggered attendance, in preparation for a full-scale restart of classes, following the government’s lifting of the state of emergency in 39 of the nation’s 47 prefectures last Thursday. After the emergency closures, schools are welcoming back students while taking measures […]

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Only 38% of schools in Japan began new term amid coronavirus woes

Asia/ Japan/ 14.04.2020/ Source: mainichi.jp.   Only 38 percent of public and private schools across Japan managed to begin their new academic year this month with students in classrooms in the wake of the coronavirus epidemic, the education ministry said Monday. But in Tokyo, Osaka, Fukuoka and four other prefectures placed under a state of emergency […]

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Coronavirus shuts down nearly 340 schools in S. Korea

Asia/ South Korea/ 03.02.2020/ Source: www.koreaherald.com. According to the Ministry of Education, 245 kindergartens, 53 elementary schools, 21 middle schools, 16 high schools and one special-education school postponed reopening following the month-long winter vacation or halted operations to rein in the spread of the coronavirus. Most of the schools affected by the virus are in Suwon, […]

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Schools urged to capture learners’ details on NEMIS platform

Africa/Kenya/26-12-2019/Author: Rose Welimo/Source: www.kbc.co.ke Education Cabinet Secretary Prof George Magoha, has directed all schools to ensure that details of their learners are captured under the National Education Management Information System (NEMIS) platform. Magoha says a total of 9,112 public secondary schools and a further 3,915 private schools have been captured under the NEMIS system. Speaking […]

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How climate change is taught in Canadian high schools — and how it can improve

North America/ Canada/ 29.07.2019/Source: www.cbc.ca. Curricula lack emphasis on impacts, solutions and scientific consensus, study finds Most provinces and territories are failing to teach at least some of the basic tenets of climate change, a new study has found. The study, published in the peer-reviewed scientific journal Plos One last week, found that in some cases, climate change […]

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Australia: Print Email Facebook Twitter More ANALYSIS The reason NSW has more selective schools than other states combined

Oceania/ Australia/ 23.07.2019/By: Craig Campbell/ Source: www.abc.net.au. New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian made a “captain’s call” in recent months that raised the ire of many parents, teachers and education groups. She announced NSW would build a 49th selective school. It will be the first new fully selective school in the state in 25 years. Selective schools […]

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