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Brazilian Attorney General wants Carte Blanche to go through Police Invasions at the universities

  Andre Mendonca, the Attorney General of Brazil, has reportedly requested that the Supreme Court of Brazil has reported made authorization to make the police entrance in Brazilian Universities legal. The new mov

The Ministry of Education of Brazil will change the 1964-85 history

Ricardo Velez Rodriguez, the Education Minister of Brazil, has recently said the country’s federal government is going to begin gradual altercations to the country’s history textbook. Moreover, the focus of t

Brazil will provide $1.5Billion of Reserves to the Education Ministry

The Economic Ministry of Brazil is going to transfer R$1.588 billion of the reserves to the Education Ministry of the country. The Economic Ministry came up with this initiative after the massive 7-day protest led univer

Will playful assessments determine if education in the US works?

When Annabelle Bechtel, a seventh grader was designing a simple frame by frame round face sketch. There was a series of laughter after the rendering was done to find the satiric story telling. Their classmates were also

Arizona school spending lags behind the US

The newly formed Census Bureau of Arizona suggests that spending based on per student in the public schools of Arizona was deemed fourth lowest in the whole nation. Furthermore, this hampers the effort of the state to im

Post-secondary education in the UK will go through a fee cut

The tuition fees of University are going to be cut almost by £7,500 a year. The budget cut is going to provide more significant support towards technical and vocational training, based on the government review. By

Medical schools in Canada want to enhance Indigenous admissions of students

Seventeen of the Canadian medical schools are going to combine their forces with the IHN. The collaboration of the medical schools and Indigenous Health Network will increase the number of students to enroll in their pro

School arrests a 13-year-old due to possession of weapon

At a school situated in the western region of Ottawa arrested a young student for possession of a weapon. According to the school authorities, the 13-year-old boy was immediately charged with weapon possession as he carr

Singaporean students with special needs set a new world record

On the 24th of May 2019, 31 students from age group eight to 16 set in a new Guinness World Record. The students belong to the AWWA School, and Yvette, a student, suffering from Down Syndrome was one 31 students. The wor