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World Bank approves $700 mn to improve primary education in Bangladesh

Asia/Bangladesh/19.06.18/Source: www.siasat.com. The World Bank has approved $700 million to help Bangladesh achieve its education for all vision by improving the primary education sector. The Quality Learning for All Program (QLEAP) will cover more than 18 million children studying in pre-primary level to grade 5. It will also finance implementation of the government’s Fourth Primary Education […]

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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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Tanzania: Govt Employs Over 6000 Teachers to Cope With Shortage

Tanzania/June 2, 2018/Allafrica Resumen: El gobierno dijo el miércoles que había empleado a 6.495 maestros para escuelas secundarias y primarias para llenar los vacíos que quedaron después del despido de aquellos con certificados falsos. The government said on Wednesday that it has employed 6,495 teachers for both secondary and primary schools to fill gaps left after […]

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Zimbabwe: Teachers Must Show Respect, Stop Illegal Strike – Mumbengegwi

África/ Zimbabwe/ 28.05.2018/ From: allafrica.com. Minister of State for Provincial Affairs and Monitoring Implementation of Government Programmes Simbarashe Mumbengegwi has warned teachers against participating in the job action mooted by their leaders describing it as unlawful and premature. He said government was committed to negotiations currently taking place between the employer and the civil service […]

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Kenya Public Universities Crack Whip on Striking Lecturers

África/Kenya/ 21.05.2018/ From: allafrica. Public universities have started cracking the whip on striking lecturers and other staff as the industrial action enters its third month on Tuesday. The University of Nairobi (UoN) has suspended 35 lecturers after they declined to return to work following Labour Court’s ruling that declared the strike illegal and unprotected last […]

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