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Japan: 97% of schools eligible to provide free higher education

Asia/ Japan/ 23.09.2019/ Source: the-japan-news.com. The education ministry announced Friday that 97.1 percent of 1,074 universities and junior colleges in the nation have been recognized as eligible for a free higher education program (see below) for students from low-income households, a system that will be launched in April 2020. A total of 31 private universities […]

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China makes great leaps in education over 70 years

Asia/ China/ 16.09.2019/ Source: www.xinhuanet.com. China has made great leaps in developing basic and higher education over the past 70 years as the country endeavors to improve its comprehensive strength. In the early days after the People’s Republic of China was founded in 1949, the illiteracy rate in the country stood at 80 percent. Today […]

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China makes great leaps in education over 70 years

Asia/ China/ 10.09.2019/ Source: www.china.org.cn.   China has made great leaps in developing basic and higher education over the past 70 years as the country endeavors to improve its comprehensive strength. In the early days after the People’s Republic of China was founded in 1949, the illiteracy rate in the country stood at 80 percent. Today […]

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What India needs at higher education institutions

Asia/ India/ 09.09.2019/ Source: www.financialexpress.com. There is a need for expert management, and innovative and professional human resource development systems at higher education institutions. Higher education is now a priority area for the government, as is obvious from the recommended standards and budgetary provisions for the same in the recent Union Budget. While higher education is […]

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Philippines: Recasting higher education

Asia/ Philippines/ 30.07.2019/ Source: www.philstar.com. In 1994, the Philippine government signed into law Republic Act (RA) 7722, a law that resolved to “protect, foster and promote the right of all citizens to affordable quality education at all levels and shall take appropriate steps to ensure that education shall be accessible to all.” Back then, only […]

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David Cohen: The fall of ‘higher’ education?

By: David Cohen.  We live in memorable academic times. Higher education in New Zealand is on a definite downward roll Ministry of Education figures just released show the number of domestic students has taken a significant dip, with just 8.6 percent of adult New Zealanders enrolled in tertiary education last year compared with 12.5 percent 10 years […]

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