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Is education reform finally paying off for Indonesian kids?

Por: University of Melbourne. Over the past two decades, income inequality has been increasing in Indonesia, leading to growing worries about disparities in living standards and education. A particular concern of economists in this environment of climbing inequality is the issue of intergenerational mobility – the extent to which parents’ education or income affects the […]

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Use of isolation booths in schools criticised as ‘barbaric’ punishment

By Frances Perraudin Parents attack ‘consequence rooms’ where pupils are made to sit alone in silence for hours Parents have criticised the use of isolation booths at secondary schools across the country, after concerns were raised about the “zero-tolerance” behaviour policies run by some academy trusts. Guardian analysis found this week that 45 schools in […]

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Dozens of secondary schools exclude at least 20% of pupils

By Frances Perraudin and Niamh McIntyre Call for government to act after Guardian investigation reveals high suspension rates in England The government has been urged to address “deeply concerning” rates of exclusion in England’s secondary schools after a Guardian investigation revealed dozens had suspended at least one in five of their pupils. Of those 45 […]

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United Kingdom: I Sense The Tide Is Turning On School Funding – But Education Needs Money Now

United Kingdom/ March 27, 2018/Source: https://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk A promise of “jam tomorrow” will not cut it with the profession, parents and voters who that know any further delay will be devastating. I have a sense that the tide is turning on school funding. The latest wave rolled over last Friday when the influential Education Policy Institute reported […]

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Kenya: Why we must urgently address this ugly face of inequality in education

Kenya/December 12, 2017/By Duncan Omanga/Source: ttps://www.standardmedia.co.ke Once upon a time, parents encouraged their children to work hard in school to secure a better future. As a young boy, life was a simple reductive. Good grades begat a good life and more options. This remains partly true, but in modern Kenya making the grade is not just […]

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Papua New Guinea: Education System Shift Delayed Till End Of 2013

Papua New Guinea/November 14, 2017/By: Alexander Rheeney/Source: http://www.pireport.org Papua New Guinea’s Outcome-based Education (OBE) will remain until a review led by a Government-appointment taskforce into the controversial curriculum is complete at the end of next year. In the interim period all schools, from elementary to secondary schools in PNG, will use English as the medium of […]

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