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Coronavirus: Schools told to keep staff and students recently in China away from classroom

Oceania/ New Zealand/ 28.01.2020/ Source: www.stuff.co.nz.   School principals are being urged to delay the start of the school year for staff or students who have recently been to China over fears of coronavirus. Education Secretary for the Ministry of Education, Iona Holsted said the ministry had warned school principals to “err on the side of caution” with the […]

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Children return to school in Ebola-affected regions of the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Africa/ Congo/ 17.09.2019/ Source: www.unicef.org. Schools have reopened for an estimated two million children living in communities affected by the Ebola outbreak in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). “Ebola has had a devastating and disruptive impact on families and communities here,” said UNICEF Representative in the DRC Edouard Beigbeder. “Ensuring that these children […]

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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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China’s Education Authority Calls for More Electives, Choice

Asia/ China/ 24.06.2019/ By: Ni Dandan/ Fuente: www.sixthtone.com.   China wants more high schools to offer the elective courses known as “zouban” — literally “roaming classes” — in order to better meet students’ diverse developmental needs and interests, an official with the country’s top education authority said at a press conference Thursday. The conference came a day […]

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Education Ministry: Malaysian students in Sudan safe

Africa/ Sudan/ 30.01.2019/ Source: www.malaymail.com. One hundred and nine Malaysian students studying in Khartoum, Sudan are safe in the country facing civil unrest, says the Ministry of Education (MOE). From the total, 104 Malaysian students are still in Khartoum while the other five had returned to Malaysia, said the ministry in a statement today. “They can carry on […]

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