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Tech can never replace the efficiency of teachers

Technology has altered the entirety of the numerous industries across Singapore, especially when it comes to education. Nevertheless, tech is not going to replace the teachers around the country, according to Ong Ye Kung

Pop and Jazz music has been added to the O-level syllabus

The students accumulating education from secondary schools and are inclined to music are in for a treat. By the looks of it, the students have the opportunities to learn an incredible deal about the pop, Jazz along with

South Africa will introduce Kiswahili to its education system

Prof George Magoha, the Education Cabinet Secretary, made a sign on behalf of the Government of Kenya Theresa Angelina Matsie Motshekga, Basic Education Minister of South Africa signed on behalf of the government of the

Nigeria is taking a step to educate the teens of the world about Breast and Cervical Cancer

The records of the world say women are more prone to Cancer as compared to men. From the survey, it is known one out of every six women has Cancer. In some developing countries, Cancer in a woman is in less number. Women

King's Excellence Awards, 2019 - Worth the Hype

King's University College awards a list of best faculties every year to praise their hard work and knowledge. The moment of 2019 is here now, and the best faculties are awarded and honoured with King's Award for

Bachelor of Education course introduced by Kahkewistahaw First Nation

The University of Saskatchewan has joined hands to introduce a four year, Bachelor of Education course to Kahkewistahaw First Nation. This plan does not seem to be made suddenly. From the sources, it is known that the id

South Africa demands free higher education, and the Government explains the conditions

South Africa is raising its voice against the commitments of the minister towards free training and higher education. The Finance Minister committed Rs 57 billion for the favour of higher education. Soon after one week o

The rise in the funding issue in the UK has put everyone into dilemma

Funding for education in colleges and the sixth forms has been descended by 16 percent since 2010. This report is recently updated and is telling the facts. The amount that was received by the institutions for every enro

UK universities will compensate the students due to campus strikes

A set of universities in Britain have been told to pay up compensation money to make up for the teaching hours that were lost in the previous year. In the year 2018, a wave of campus strike launched by staff members alon