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Students going without the basics: ‘I was heartbroken when I missed school’

  By: Josephine Tovey. Worsening school inequality in Australia further entrenches disadvantage. There are children who struggle to afford attendance at free public schools Bec* loves school and wants to go to university so she can become a social worker, and help children who grew up in similar situations to her own. The Aboriginal teenager missed […]

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Concord student showcases original game at learning innovation event

Por: concord.wickedlocal.com/13-02-2019 The following is from a submission by Kerry Crisley for Acera School. Concord resident Liam Lurker took the stage at LearnLaunch Institute’s 2019 Learning Innovation Showcase at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston on Feb. 1. The Acera School student and two of his classmates presented “Hail Caesar?” — an online multiplayer game they […]

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New Zealand: On the job learning for new teachers a disservice to them and students

Oceania/ New Zealand/ 12.02.2019/ Source: www.stuff.co.nz. I was very excited to see the outcomes of Bali Haque’s Tomorrow’s Schools Review. It is insightful, clear, and I think, largely correct. I hope we have the courage to implement the review’s recommendations – all bar one. I don’t believe that school-based teacher preparation pathways will improve the quality of new teachers, […]

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The Jump Start: Transforming Lives, Creating Value for People

Por: igitallearning.eletsonline.com/09-01-2019 The Jump Start imparts quintessential knowledge and skills to the graduate talent making them employable and organisations future ready and competitive, says Mahesh Iyer, Co-Founder & Curator, The Jump Start, in conversation with Elets News Network (ENN). The Jump Start is a skill formation and an employability enrichment venture curated by industry professionals who […]

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Iran: Student Day commemorated across Iran by students, teachers

Asia/ Iran/ 12.12.2018/ Source: women.ncr-iran.org. Iranian students held gatherings in Tehran, Tabriz, Semnan, Babol, and other cities across the country on Saturday, December 8, 2018, to honor and observe the Student Day in Iran. In Tehran, students of Tehran University, held a gathering and sit-in by the entrance gates of the university to observe the Student Day. When the […]

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The Guardian view on higher education: more egalitarianism please

By The Guardian The UK government’s review into post-18 education must recognise that it is clearly a good that would benefit society if more widely available Has the engine of education concentrated ability of a certain kind under the latest changes? It would certainly seem so. Students in England receiving their A-level results on Thursday were the […]

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China: Students rally against UEC recognition

By: malaymail.com/Danial Dzulkifly Some 400 students demonstrated in the city centre here today against the government’s possible move to recognise the Unified Examination Certificate (UEC) in Chinese independent schools. Gerakan Mahasiswa Islam Se-Malaysia (Gamis) president Mohd Faizzudin Mohd Zai, who organised the protest, claimed the recognition of the school-leaving certificate for entry into public universities and […]

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