The coronavirus pandemic has undoubtedly revolutionised the way of living in many parts of the world. There is no need to go to a shopping mall, everything can be ordered online. There is no need for a cinema. Streaming platforms will unveil the latest
Following a devastating year, twentysomethings fear for their futures. The coronavirus crisis has exposed serious generational divides. Aside from the obvious risks Covid-19 poses to public health, the long-term effect on Britain’s young
Now that the whole of the UK has gone into another lockdown for the foreseeable future, schools have closed again. A level students have already been told, to their dismay, that their exams will be cancelled, and it’s not even June yet.
The Ministry of Education on Thursday decided to postpone the resumption of classroom learning for cycle 3 students, which is scheduled to start on Sunday, January 17, 2021, until further notice.
The Sharjah Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Team and Sharjah Private Education Authority have decided to shift students at all Sharjah private schools and nurseries to distance learning from 14 to 28 February 2021, with continuous monitoring of the situation.
The UAE places considerable emphasis on digital learning and technology, and helps its people to be conversant with this means of savviness. The best part is that the commitment is not limited to the well-off students in schools, colleges or
When a garbage collector came to Ghina Ghaliya’s house in the Indonesian capital and asked if she had an old mobile phone his children could use to access the internet, it sparked an idea for a broader campaign to help students stuck
With many parents opting to homeschool this fall, here are some tips to make the transition easy for the children.
The onset of the pandemic has brought about a shift from the physical classrooms to what we now call ‘virtual learning’.
“I just can’t wait to speak to her teacher once they’re back in. I want to know how my daughter’s doing. I want to know how she compares to the rest of her class.” This is a quote from a focus group that I ran last month to find out how parents had got on as