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Kenya: Magoha faults individuals who failed to implement laptop project

Africa/Kenya/16-08-2020/Author: Sarafina Robi/ Beth Nyaga/Source: www.kbc.co.ke Education Cabinet Secretary Professor George Magoha has faulted individuals who failed to implement the Government’s laptop project that would have salvaged the current situation. Magoha who was attending the start of a two-day stakeholders meeting on university reforms challenged institutions of higher learning to invest in online classes and […]

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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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United Kingdom: ‘I have a tiny violin somewhere’: Private schools roasted online after complaining about plans to get more poor students into uni

Europe/United Kingdom/02-02-2020/ Author and Source: www.rt.com Leading private schools in England have criticized plans to improve access to top universities for poorer students, saying it could lead to discrimination of rich kids based on “class,” provoking ridicule on social media. The Headmasters’ & Headmistresses’ Conference (HMC), an association that represents some of the UK’s most […]

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What Australia can learn from UK Labour’s plan to end private schools

Oceania/ Autralia/ 08.10.2019/ Source: thenewdaily.com.au. The United Kingdom’s Labour Party has recently made a landmark decision to, if it were to form government, pass legislation that would effectively spell the end of private schools. In a move the party says would abolish the “privilege of a tiny elite”, private school systems would be dismantled and navigated […]

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Labour must be bold, and finally abolish private schools

By: Steven Longden.   These schools are core to Britain’s inequality problem. Labour should emulate Finland and integrate them into state education As a teacher of ethics, philosophy and religion at a Manchester comprehensive school, students often ask me why politicians allow 7% of children in this country to access exclusive schools that enable them […]

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Labour must be bold, and finally abolish private schools

By: Steven Longden. These schools are core to Britain’s inequality problem. Labour should emulate Finland and integrate them into state education As a teacher of ethics, philosophy and religion at a Manchester comprehensive school, students often ask me why politicians allow 7% of children in this country to access exclusive schools that enable them to […]

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Nigeria Has 10 Million Out-of-school Children, Says Education Minister

Africa/ Nigeria/ 06.05.2019/ Fuente: saharareporters.com. Adamu Adamu, the Minister of Education, said the audit was part of the 2018/2019 Annual School Census, which was carried out by the Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC), National Population Commission (NPC), National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) and other stakeholders. Nigeria’s Minister of Education says it has conducted a National Personnel […]

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