School in PH uses e-learning to simulate electoral process

School in PH uses e-learning to simulate electoral process

Minds That Matter, a school in Naga City in Camarines Sur, launched a program that let students experience a simulation of the ele... Read more

Open Day for AUBH saw hundreds of interested students

Open Day for AUBH saw hundreds of interested students

Hundreds of students and parents attended the American University of Bahrain's (AUBH)  first Open Day at the Four Seasons... Read more

Classplus Secures Pre-Series a Funding in Round Led by Times Internet

Classplus Secures Pre-Series a Funding in Round Led by Times Internet

Image Courtesy: www.vccircle.com Ed-tech firm Classplus, which runs a classroom management apps, has raised Rs 11 crore ($1.6 million) in its pre-arrangement A series of subsidizing driven by Times Internet, an auxiliary of […]

Government to spend Bt10 million to study the labour market needs

Government to spend Bt10 million to study the labour market needs

The government will spend Bt10 million on a study to pinpoint the labour market’s needs. Motive is to boost employment and find a way to help youngsters choose a suitable career path. Education Minister, Mr Teerakiat Jareon […]

Schools should stay as open communities said Ong Ye Kung

Schools should stay as open communities said Ong Ye Kung

Photo Courtesy: Timothy David Education Minister Ong Ye Kung said that it is crucial for schools to remain open communities. He is of the opinion that this would give students chances to interact with peers from different backgro […]

UNICEF praises Thailand for promoting early childhood education

UNICEF praises Thailand for promoting early childhood education

Thailand has been highly praised by the United Nations Children's Fund (Unicef) for its success in promoting early childhood education programmes. In a recent report, it has been stated that more than 175 million children of p […]

A$ 80 million project to connect every government school in SA to high-speed internet connection

A$ 80 million project to connect every government school in SA to high-speed internet connection

South Australian Government had announced a landmark A$ 80 million project to connect every government school in the state to a world class high-speed internet connection. The project is off to a great start with already 39 school […]

Ministry of Education working on promoting reading

Ministry of Education working on promoting reading

The Ministry of Education has successfully concluded a two-week reading campaign titled “READ”. It aimed at improving the reading skills of children and marked the 100 years of the establishment of formal education in […]

Admission process for Secondary Schools made easier for returning Singaporeans.

Admission process for Secondary Schools made easier for returning Singaporeans.

The Ministry of Education (MOE) has shortened the time needed to process admissions to three working days, compared to two weeks previously. The applicants will also be assured of a guaranteed place in a secondary school as early […]

What Thailand's election could mean for Science & Tech.

What Thailand's election could mean for Science & Tech.

Thailand is bracing for the results of its first election since a military junta took charge in a 2014 coup. Whether a pro-democracy party or a military-backed one ends up in charge, science is likely to prosper as a result of ong […]

Indonesia's disaster-hit areas get easier questions in national exams

Indonesia's disaster-hit areas get easier questions in national exams

8.3 million students from 103 schools across the archipelago are going to take the national exams from March until May. Senior students from vocational schools (including those in disaster-hit areas), began the three-day exams on […]

PM Lee: Upholding High Academic Achievements a ‘crucial factor’ in Singapore’s Success

PM Lee: Upholding High Academic Achievements a ‘crucial factor’ in Singapore’s Success

Image Courtesy: www.channelnewsasia.com There is an accentuation on all-round education in Singapore, and the development of character and qualities among the youthful, however it is as yet critical for students to ace the s […]

Will Thailand become the next big higher-education powerhouse?

Will Thailand become the next big higher-education powerhouse?

Universities in Thailand are being flocked by CHINESE students, with the country’s affordable tuition fees and friendly visa rules prompting a significant influx in the last few years and data shows their annual enrolment nu […]

33 ‘reasons’ for Extremism in Schools

33 ‘reasons’ for Extremism in Schools

Image Courtesy: www.arabtimesonline.com An investigation of the reasons for extremism in secondary schools summarized 33 reasons, the most astounding of which was the dimension of effect on companions, reports Al-Rai every d […]