The British education system seems to just get better and better! Back when I was a school pupil I had exams at the end of every year. The exams at 14, or thereabouts, were crucial for schoolteachers in order for them to know what level we were at and to
Remember that anxiety dream you had when you were a teen? You know, the one with the exam and you turning over the page, but instead of the easy questions about To Kill a Mockingbird,
“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
A question for parents: do you think “yay, school’s out” on Friday night before taking a deep dive into a beverage produced from grain or grape containing ethanol? You might have learned the chemical formula for that over the past week, hey.
Sheikh Abudullah, who is also the Chairman of the Education and Human Resources Council, made the statement during the virtual meeting of the council.
A teachers’ strike in Chicago moved into the 10th school day on Wednesday, as the teachers’ union and district worked to resolve a contract deadlock over class sizes, support staff levels and pay at the bargaining table.
Union leaders representing Chicago's striking teachers said on Wednesday that they approved a tentative contract deal with the school district but that they would not to return to work until the mayor agrees to make up for instructional days lost during the 10-day walkout.
The militants from neighbouring Somalia attacked Kamuthe centre in Garissa county, setting fire to a police post and attempting to destroy a telecommunication mast, police said in a report seen by the media.
As many as 15,000 teaching, administrative and technical staff members will resume work in 255 schools across Abu Dhabi for the second semester 2019-2020 next Sunday.