Fundraising is a small portion of the total school funding picture — after all, the best estimate of $380 million is less than 1 per cent of the $43.7 billion spent on funding public schools in the same year — so this may be why it slips under the radar. … [Read more...] about Volunteer fundraising helps prop up public school education, but should it?
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“In view of a request received from the Delhi government and to avoid inconvenience to students, staff and parents, the exams scheduled for February 28 and 29 in northeast Delhi and other affected areas stand cancelled. The next date for the affected students will be notified shortly,” CBSE Secretary Anurag Tripathi said. … [Read more...] about ‘We’ll provide books, uniforms to students who lost them in Delhi violence: Arvind Kejriwal
In many States, there was a threat to the freedom of media and the Hindutva forces were putting pressure on freedom of speech and expression, he said. Violence and attacks on journalists had taken place in various forms. A report on sexual harassment in media should be read by all journalists, he noted. … [Read more...] about ‘A chance for women journalists to face challenges’
Chinese universities will expand admission for graduate students pursuing master's degree this year as an effort to increase access to higher education for millions of graduates affected by the COVID-19 epidemic, Weng Tiehui, vice-minister of education, said on Friday. … [Read more...] about Universities to admit more master’s students affected by coronavirus
Mr. Fadnavis, however, was not satisfied by the clarification. Southern states do not have such a clause, he said. If someone comes to Maharashtra from outside, it does not mean he or she should not learn Marathi, the former chief minister said. The House then passed the Bill unanimously. … [Read more...] about Bill making Marathi mandatory in all schools passed in Assembly