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

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 electoral process. The initiative is part and parcel of civics and citizenship education, which is an e […]

Teacher busted with forged PhD

Teacher busted with forged PhD

Image Courtesy: news.kuwaittimes.net A Kuwaiti teacher working in education service school apparently displayed a fashioned PhD equivalency degree with the name and logo of a renowned Arab college perceived in Kuwait to get […]

Graduating Students from Local Schools to Receive ‘tamper-resistant’ Digital Certificates

Graduating Students from Local Schools to Receive ‘tamper-resistant’ Digital Certificates

Image Courtesy: www.channelnewsasia.com From this year, moves on from neighborhood schools – including auxiliary schools, junior universities and tertiary foundations – will get advanced endorsements for the capa […]

Kuwaiti students’ Issues Tackled Complaints Via e-mail

Kuwaiti students’ Issues Tackled Complaints Via e-mail

Kuwait Culture Office (KCO) in Cairo has approached Kuwaiti students concentrating in Egyptian colleges to send their grievances concerning education in the Egyptian colleges by means of email to the Advisor of Kuwait Culture Offi […]

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 […]

CHED advised public universities to start classes in August

CHED advised public universities to start classes in August

Commission on Higher Education, CHED has asked all public universities and colleges to move their session openings to August, for school year 2019 to 2020.  Prospero de Vera III, Chairman CHED stated that this shift would ens […]

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 […]

Australian University Signs a $100m China Deal

Australian University Signs a $100m China Deal

Image Courtesy: www.ft.com One of Australia's driving tertiary training foundations, Monash University, has marked an A$100m manage China, in spite of the nation's choice to fix remote speculation runs a year ago in […]

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 […]

Thai and Dunedin schools Signed an MoU

Thai and Dunedin schools Signed an MoU

 Photo Courtesy: Peter McIntosh A nine member Thai delegation, which included Dr Amporn Pinasa, Deputy Secretary-General of the Thai Ministry of Education Office of the Basic Education Commission and Chitralada School Direct […]

Depressive disorders are common conditions seen in teenagers at IMH's Child Guidance Clinics

Depressive disorders are common conditions seen in teenagers at IMH's Child Guidance Clinics

Photo Courtesy: The New Paper More teenagers from top schools in Singapore are now seeking help at the Institute of Mental Health (IMH) for school-related stress. Child Guidance Clinics, which treat children aged 6 to 1 […]

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 […]