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A new form of Barbarism is killing the dreams of South Africa

In the past week, the African society was reminded that there had been several reasons which make them fear their schools. The inescapable truth about the African community is if a small child doesn't take her last b

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Canada incorporates Metis Nation by signing Post-Secondary Education

Seamus O’Regan, the Indigenous Services Minister, along with Clement Chartier, Metis’ National Council President has reportedly signed an agreement. By the looks of it, the agreement revolves around the commi

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New Brunswick University and Canada’s National Research Council will curate a collaborative consortium

On the 10th of June, the National Research Council’s Chief Digital Officer, Carolyn Watters was surrounded by researchers, business leaders, & students to undergo a new development. Research’s Vice-Presid

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KZN student is suspended controversial anger with a teacher

KwaZulu-Natal’s 20-year-old student has been reportedly suspended after he was involved in a vehement controversial communication with a teacher at the Hammarsdale school. The department of education reported the i

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War on Education in Brazil is causing a severe backlash in the country

Around 30 percent of all the federal universities in the country are going to have discretionary budget cuts. By the looks of it, this has created a drastic and instant effect on the ability of the people to work. Brazi

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Teachers will vote to move from blue water

There have been severe concerns regarding the “blue water,” which comes from the pipes. According to the sources, the blue colored water is probable chemical contamination at the complex of Townhead Road. Mor

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Students in the US have no place to sleep

One of the students in the US, 23-year-old Keyshawn Johnson, said that she used to have an impossible rate of homework as soon as she headed home. During this time, Ms Johnson was pursuing the associate’s degree in

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The ongoing college admissions scandals in the US is shed light on some exciting revelations

The infamous college admissions that reach out to the Justice Department’s Varsity Blues has recently entered into a new sphere. The federal court in Boston began sentencing the alleged accused comprising 20 coache

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