Members of administrative, teaching and technical staffs of the state schools will start duty on Sunday (August 25). While students will begin the new school year (2019-2020) in all the public schools, as well as the private schools, kindergartens and adult education that follow the Ministry of Education’s curricula next week (September 1).
On GCSE results day this week, I couldn’t help but cast my mind back to the daunting day last year as I walked through the school gates with my parents, trying my best to read my teachers’ faces thinking: are my results catastrophic? Have I failed? My teacher is refusing to make eye contact, I must have bombed
After a gap of nearly a fortnight, around 200 schools in Srinagar reopened on Monday, but few students showed up. Though teachers were present in most schools, jittery parents avoided sending their children.
Board exams have ended! Summer has begun! The high school students are in hurry burry managing their routine, running errands from school to extra classes. Some must have already decided the career time line after high school, while other students are in dual minds about career options.
Nearly 2,500 schools were ordered to shut their doors in Malaysia over soaring health concerns sparked by toxic haze from out-of-control blazes in Indonesia's Sumatra and Borneo islands.
Parents of private school students in Dubai can now access a new guide dedicated to informing and empowering them in their journey of inclusive education. The new publication released by Dubai’s Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) provides information about parents’ rights and responsibilities and empowers them to be effective advocates for their children.
A teacher working for a public school in the Northern Emirates accuses a 9th grade student’s mother of insulting him in front of his students at school and his children at home.
Government officials had been in talks with the kidnappers — known as bandits — following Nigeria’s third school attack in less than three months.
It was decided to reduce the school day for students of the second and third cycles to be 4 hours a day, including breaks between classes, 3 hours for students of the first cycle, and 2 hours for kindergarten.
Employees who provide a medical report exempting them from taking the vaccine due to an illness or a health condition need not pay for their own tests. In such cases, the employer should cover the costs of the nasal swab test every 14 days.