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Vietnam: Schools that lack teachers not allowed to expand staff

Asia/ Vietnam/ 09.10.2018/ Fuente: english.vietnamnet.vn. VietNamNet Bridge – Schools have repeatedly complained to the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) about the lack of teachers, but the Ministry does not have the right to recruit teachers. MOET’s Deputy Minister Nguyen Duy Thang said at an event held by the National Assembly’s Committee for Culture, Education, the […]

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Kuwait: Qatari teen wonder featured in Qatar and Kuwait school textbooks

Asia/Kuwait/24.09.18/Source: thepeninsulaqatar.com. The Peninsula Online Ghanim Al-Muftah, often dubbed the Qatari “miracle child” for having overcome the physical limits imposed by rare Caudal Regression Syndrome which impaired the development of his lower spine, is now featured in both Qatari and Kuwaiti school textbooks. His life journey is study material for 10th-grade life and vocation skills book, which […]

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Textbooks vs. software: Finding the right mix for schools

By: Catherine Idzerda Imagine a textbook that changed every year. Ineffective lessons would disappear from its pages and be replaced with others. As state education standards evolved, textbooks would absorb those changes, saving the school district and, by extension, the taxpayers money. Best of all, students could write on their pages. Textbook companies have already […]

United Kingdom: Parents have clear views on the education system, it’s time they were heard

Europe/United Kingdom/26.06.18/By Charles Parker/Source: www.telegraph.co.uk. On an almost daily basis we hear from educators, politicians and commentators on what needs to change in education. But we rarely hear from parents, despite the fact they have a clear perspective on the outcomes. It’s their children that the system teaches and they see first hand whether it’s working. […]

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‘The importance of great teaching on children’s success’

Europe/United Kingdom/By Peter Tait/ 25.06.18/Source: www.telegraph.co.uk. As a society, we spend an inordinate amount of time, resources and money looking at how to improve the quality of education in our schools. The questions we ask ourselves are always the same. How do we improve the quality of teaching and learning? (and its corollary, our examination results?) […]

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10 (More) Reasons Why the U.S. Education System Is Failing

By Matthew Lynch We must grapple with digital equity, year-round schooling, gender parity in STEM, and more. A couple of years ago, I wrote a post for my Education Futures opinion blog on edweek.org, entitled “10 Reasons the U.S. Education System Is Failing.” I listed 10 problems and issues that prevent the U.S. education system from living up […]

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Philippines: Anti-illegal drugs education program in QC schools pushed

Asia/Philippines/12.06.18/By Perfecto Raymundo/Source: www.pna.gov.ph. MANILA — The Quezon City Council has passed a resolution urging the Quezon City Anti-Drug Abuse Advisory Council (QCADAAC) and the Quezon City Council Committee on Anti-Illegal Drugs to conduct an anti-illegal drugs education program for parents and teachers associations (PTAs) in all public elementary and high schools in the city. City Council […]

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