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One door for learning opens whereas others are shut in South Africa

The most influencing campaign #Feesmustfall is finally over, and the doors to the best university across South Africa are open. Nevertheless, the students, as of now do not have any access to the best quality of secondar

The Universities in Brazil are Jair Bolsonaro’s new enemy

On the 1st of January, the former captain of the Brazilian army who is also the most unsuccessful politician in the country, Jair Bolsonaro took control of Brazil’s presidency. Both of them has so far won the most

Education Plan of Bernie Sander howls at charter schools' rise

Bernie Sanders, the senator, has recently taken aim at the charter schools in the US on Saturday. Sanders said that the federal fundings for the charter schools should be suspended. It seems the senator wants the educati

Arkansas Education Program brings tremendous progress to the region

The acclaimed school program that focuses on critical thinking and imaginative problem-solving skills are expanding around the Northwestern region of Arkansas and remaining regions of the state. Education accelerated by

Brazil reinvented by Bolsonaro’s is heading towards an absolute nightmare

If people look at the political scenario of Brazil, they would note that the commentators across the country said that Jair Bolsonaro is an incapable presidency. And the commentators were also saying that Bolsonaro wasn&

An insight on Democracy and Brazilian Education

There are more than 200 protests which involved millions of students, as well as professors, teachers, and other educators across Brazil took place on Wednesday. This is the moment where most of the people tuned to the n

Parents sue Bristol University after student commits suicide

A student in the UK took her own life as she was extremely nervous about making a presentation for the public. And now the parents of the university student are going to take legal actions against the educational institu

Ottawa is spending $31 Million to initiate French Education

Canadian parents are applauding Prince Edward Island’s take on the groundbreaking pool of money which Ottawa province has announced. The amount will aid in the retention and recruitment of French fixated teachers a

A new funding model is heading to the N.S. Public Schools during Sept

Nova Scotia’s Education Department will change the funding model for the public school system. The president of the Teachers Union in Nova Scotia said that this is news for him. On Friday, Zach Churchill, the Minis