The models, defined as low, medium and high, will apply to public, private and international institutions, as 97 percent of all schools in the Kingdom fall
Several schools in Dubai have resumed in-person learning after temporarily shifting classes online due to positive Covid cases among staff and students. Some
As millions of American students head back to their desks, the virus testing that was supposed to help keep classrooms open safely is itself being tested.Read
The city is stepping up efforts to get more education workers and students vaccinated over the coming days to help ensure that schools reopen for in-class
What does it mean to be your “authentic self” and how important is it to find and celebrate that in places where true inclusion is not always welcomed?
As public and private schools in Lagos State resumed after the Christmas and New Year holidays, the Ministry of Education, yesterday called on administrators to
Celebrating success is a great way to boost motivation, confidence and class morale.
All secondary school students in England will be asked to wear masks in class and in communal areas when they return.Read the full article at: news.sky.com
Childcare providers and after-school clubs report surge in demand for Friday afternoon activities from parents who will be at work while their children are off
Issue 2 of the Wellbeing in International Schools Magazine discusses a variety of different topics related to wellbeing in international school education. This
The Biden administration took a big step this week towards making significant changes to a key federal student loan forgiveness program.Read the full article at
Two of South Africa’s largest educator unions will hold meetings to discuss the possibility of mandatory vaccination policies for teachers in the coming weeks
French President Emmanuel Macron’s education minister, Jean-Michel Blanquer, supported the proposed law, saying during a debate the law was “a way of enforcing
Dr. Churches talks about his many talks at the show and his work at the Education Development Trust.
We caught up with Gilda Scarfe, CEO & Founder of Positive Ed. ahead of GESS Dubai 2021.
China has passed an education law that seeks to cut the "twin pressures" of homework and off-site tutoring in core subjects, the official Xinhua news agency
October is Dyslexia Awareness Month and this year's focus is on Invisible Dyslexia. It's vital that we are able to understand and identify dyslexic students.
Can improving fine motor skills help improve not just handwriting but also cognitive abilities like attention?
Education secretary Nadhim Zahawi will pledge to put wellbeing 'at the centre of everything we do in schools', as he sets out his priorities for the sector.Read
As we continue to grapple with the pandemic's impact on mental health, educators have prioritised SEL to support the wellbeing of their students.
2020 was the year we did the best we could in an impossible situation. 2021 is poised to be the moment countries turn the page and double down on education.
The National Crisis and Emergency Management Authority (NCEMA) on Tuesday, September 7, said students, and administrative, academic and technical staff can get
Education experts want a national plan for ventilating schools and testing teachers as communities learn to live with the coronavirus, with doctors backing
The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights has launched investigations in five states that prohibit universal mask mandates in schools.Read the
While stress is an inevitable part of life, managing stress is key in keeping us healthy and ready to take on the new academic year and challenges.
The education ministry says excessive exams are affecting the physical and mental health of pupils.Read the full article at: www.bbc.com
Councils are struggling to complete children’s education, health and care plans before the new school year because of a shortage of specialists.Read the full
He stressed the importance of adhering to the health protocols and procedures reported to maintain the safety of students, teachers, and administrators.Read the
All private and charter school pupils in Abu Dhabi must get tested for Covid-19 to be able to return to school, the Department of Education and Knowledge
This year students will return to the schools after experiencing loss and trauma, which will be the common theme in our classrooms.
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