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Brisbane is Australia’s most expensive city for faith-based education

Australia/January 16, 2018/By: Felicity Caldwell/Source: http://www.watoday.com.au Brisbane is Australia’s most expensive city for a faith-based education, according to research released on Tuesday. The ASG Planning for Education Index predicts it will cost $251,866 to put a child born in 2018 through a Catholic, Anglican, Uniting Church, Buddhist, Islamic or Hindu school in Brisbane. The cost jumped […]

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Malaysia’s International Education by 2020 and Beyond

Malaysia/January 16, 2018/By: Kris Olds/ Source: http://www.insidehighered.com Editor’s note: This guest entry has been kindly contributed by Professor Dato’ Dr Morshidi Sirat. Morshidi was the former Director-General of Higher Education Malaysia, and is now Director of the Commonwealth Tertiary Education Facility (CTEF) based at Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang. Morshidi is also a Senior Research Fellow at the […]

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South Africa: Basic Education results show that the failing educational system is stuck in a rut

South Africa/ January 9, 2018/By: Freedom Front Plus/Source: https://southafricatoday.net South Africa’s Basic Education system, with its lowered standards, is too inadequate to properly prepare learners for training after school and that puts a damper on the 2017 matric results that have just been announced, says adv Anton Alberts, FF Plus chairperson, and Dr Wynand Boshoff, FF Plus […]

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India: Fund allocation for school education could increase by up to 14% in Budget 2018-19

India/January, 03, 2018/ By : Himadri Ghosh/Source: http://www.ibtimes.co.in The government’s financial constraints will make it difficult for them to spend aggressively or increase budgetary allocation in a large way. The Budget for the fiscal year 2019 will be the last full budget that will be announced by the government before going in to poll in 2019. […]

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EEUU: We’ve failed our children by neglecting sex education. Here’s what we must do

EEUU/December 12, 2017/ By: The Editorial Board/Source: http://www.fresnobee.com “It’s complicated.” That headline in The Bee’s “Too Young?” series on sex education and teen pregnancy this fall says it simply. There is no easy map for navigating the roiling seas around sex education and teen pregnancy in the Valley. We all want the best for our children, but […]

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Estados Unidos: Vermont Education Secretary Urges Shrinking Schools to Cut Staffing

Vermont / 29 de noviembre de 2017 / Por: EmmaJean Holley / Fuente: http://www.vnews.com/ Barbara Griffin is an elementary school reading teacher without an elementary school — or at least, not a regular one. Like many school staff in rural Vermont, Griffin splits her time between locations, in her case Westshire Elementary School, in West Fairlee, and […]

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Nigeria: Change Should Begin With Education

Nigeria/November 21, 2017/Source: http://allafrica.com The Federal Executive Council [FEC] held a special retreat in Abuja last Monday on the challenges of education in Nigeria. The retreat had the theme: “Education in Nigeria: Challenges and Prospects.” President Muhammadu Buhari declared it open while Vice President Yemi Osinbajo and most ministers were present. The decision to hold the […]

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