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 […]

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 Hotel, Bahrain Bay to ask questions and fill out applications after the University opened its admis […]

DepEd launches app to assist teachers to monitor 2019 elections

DepEd launches app to assist teachers to monitor 2019 elections

The Department of Education (DepEd) in Phillipines has launched a monitoring app that will allow teachers serving as election workers to submit reports on Election Day, May 13. Education Undersecretary Alain Pascua said the Elect […]

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 […]

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 […]

Researchers from the Philippines are exploring the world of assistive technology further in Braille3D

Researchers from the Philippines are exploring the world of assistive technology further in Braille3D

Researchers from the Philippines are exploring the world of assistive technology further in Braille3D. The goal was to help visually impaired to enjoy more access to technology and greater ease in learning Braille.  The app […]

Senior High School (SHS) voucher program to continue for SY 2019-2020

 Senior High School (SHS) voucher program to continue for SY 2019-2020

Amid all the challenges in its implementation, the Department of Education is assuring the public of its commitment to continue with the Senior High School Voucher Program (SHS VP) for school year (SY) 2019-2020. It stated said t […]

Thailand & China establish High Speed Railway Institute

Thailand & China establish High Speed Railway Institute

A Chinese and a Thai vocational college have jointly announced the establishment of Lu Ban High-Speed Railway Institute in northeastern Thailand. It aims at training high-speed railway technicians. The institute is set up at Banp […]

Globe Telecom turned over GFS program to the DepEd

Globe Telecom turned over GFS program to the DepEd

Globe Telecom has turned over its Global Filipino Schools (GFS) program to the Department of Education (DepEd) for better monitoring of how technology improves teaching and learning toward replication in other public schools. The […]

Quality Pre-School to Level up Children at NUS Forum on Education

Quality Pre-School to Level up Children at NUS Forum on Education

The subject of early youth instruction commanded a gathering on training as a social leveller, with calls for pre-schools to be nationalized so kids from poor families appreciate indistinguishable measures of gaining from those fr […]

Process for reforming curriculum needed to boost economic potential

Process for reforming curriculum needed to boost economic potential

Thailand has come a long way over the past two decades in increasing access to education from pre-primary to secondary school level. Several challenges still remain though.  A very high number of students are not attaining e […]