We wanted to celebrate this year’s IWD and what better way than showcasing four inspirational women who are making their mark in their own unique way.
Half of the total number of students in Dubai have returned to campus for face-to-face learning.Read the full article at: www.khaleejtimes.com
School staff do not have a markedly higher risk of infection than other working-age adults, a study suggests. The study measured infection rates in school staff
Schoolchildren's household and bubble members will be offered Covid tests to take at home twice a week.Read the full article at: www.bbc.com
Turkey started administering COVID-19 vaccines to teachers Wednesday as the country prepares for a gradual re-opening of schools.Read the full article at: www
Second-grader Felisa Dewi Kirana knows what she wants when she grows up. The 9-year-old girl, who was born with hydrocephalus and cerebral palsy, loves to run
All schools in England are going back from 8 March, the prime minister has confirmed, with schools able to decide a phased return during that week.Read the full
Around 1,000 students have been trained by Dubai Police to become ‘Safety Ambassadors’ to patrol campuses and report incidents of bullying and abuse at their
The programme aims to strengthen the capacity of all Kyrgyz primary schools to prepare and serve fresh and nutritious meals throughout the country.Read the full
Parents must be aware of the signs and symptoms of Covid-19 and they should NOT send their child to school if they exhibit any symptoms.Read the full article at
How does it feel when you're in a new or familiar space and someone says hello and takes time to talk to you?
What do students really need and why is it so important to prioritize their wellbeing in times of uncertainty?
The impact of the disruptions brought by the Covid-19 pandemic on the school education will perhaps be felt by an entire generation of learners.Read the full
Until now, saliva testing for Covid-19 was only allowed in very specific circumstances. Officials hope to test at least 200 thousand students per week by mid
Significant milestone sees primary and secondary schools and colleges conduct over 3 million tests with staff and students since January.Read the full article
he new guidelines highlight the growing body of evidence that schools can openly safely if they put in effect layered mitigation measures.Read the full article
According to the Saudi Education Ministry’s numbers in 2019, there are more than 76,000 special needs students in the Kingdom. These students are eligible for
A good sense of wellbeing will fuel the child’s quest for lifelong learning and development.
The number of direct beneficiaries of the program has reached 22,287 while 30,000 have benefited indirectly. The center is providing psychosocial support
As the coronavirus pandemic slows in the US, tension among parents, teachers and school districts over restarting classes have in the past week moved to court
Ahead of consultations between German Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU) and state premiers next Wednesday, several cabinet members have expressed reluctance to
Survey of students in England reveals huge disparities in effects of lockdown and school closures.Read the full article at: www.theguardian.com
Officials in the Argentine capital launched Monday an operation to test school staff for Covid-19 before the scheduled return of children to classrooms on Feb
Dubai Parks and Resorts and KHDA team up to offer pass as a thank you to teachers, staff.Read the full article at: gulfnews.com
The safety of our students has always been a priority for us, and we are working with the police and relevant parties to investigate the incident," said the
Is online education the right answer for us as human beings?
We catch up with Simon to find out how the last year has been, what changes his business has had to make and his personal experiences.
Children in Scotland to start returning on 22 February, but 8 March is earliest possible date for England.Read the full article at: www.theguardian.com
Special schools to open first followed by special classes with 50% attendance.Read the full article at: www.irishtimes.com
Dubai College surveyed hundreds of pupils on their wellbeing before and during the pandemic and found more rest was key to happiness.Read the full article at
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