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Pakistan: Quality education to be provided in AJK under HEC standards

Pakistan/February 20, 2018/Source: https://www.pakistantoday.com.pk Azad Jammu and Kashmir President Sardar Masood Khan has said that providing quality higher education at the doorstep of students will be made a reality with the rigorous assurance that HEC standards are met. The president said this while chaired a meeting held to discuss the modalities and procedural formalities for establishing […]

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Malaysia: Govt emphasises quality education to produce future leaders, says Zahid

Malaysia/February 13, 2018/Source: http://www.themalaymailonline.com The government always emphasises quality education in the country’s education agenda to produce human capital with calibre in all aspects, said Deputy Prime Minister  Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi. He said the government set aside huge allocation in its budget every year, whether for early education or higher education, to produce […]

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South Africa: Nzimande on free higher education: ‘Where is the money going to come from?’

South Africa/ January 09, 2018/By: Derrick Spies/Source: https://www.news24.com Soweto – SACP General Secretary Blade Nzimande has slammed President Jacob Zuma’s announcement of free tertiary education during his address at the Joe Slovo commemoration held at the Avalon Cemetery in Soweto on Saturday morning. Nzimande, the former Minister of higher education who was in the spotlight during #FeesMustFall […]

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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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Smoking contributes to less increase in life expectancy among women with only primary education

EEUU/December 11, 2017/Source: https://www.news-medical.net Life expectancy in Sweden has risen steadily during the last few decades for most groups. One exception is women whose highest educational level is compulsory school. This is mostly because of smoking, says a new dissertation in sociology. “Life expectancy has stayed level in the last 20-30 years for women with only […]

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EEUU: UPTB looks to infuse rigor into College of Education

EEUU/November 28, 2017/By: By Ruth Campbell rcampbell@oaoa.com/ Source: http://www.oaoa.com President wants to grow the university, provide more hands-on opportunities. The University of Texas of the Permian Basin officials say they are reorganizing the College of Education to ensure that prekindergarten through 12th grade activities are connected to the rigor of the university and the academic programs it offers. […]

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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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