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UK: Pupils could sit tests at home as evidence for GCSE and A-level grades, after official exams scrapped

Pupils in England could be allowed to sit exams at home which would form evidence for GCSE, AS- and A-level grades this year, according to proposals on how to replace cancelled official exams.  The Departmen . . .

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US: Treehouse teaching and laundry art: Educators find creative ways to reach kids

Here is a great article from the Washington Post that is looking at some of the creative ideas that teachers in The Washington area have been doing to help make online learning more interesting for their students. . . .

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British school children in lockdown get hours of free TV education

Sarah Mills for Reuters reports that the BBC launched its new educational offering on Monday. British school-aged children will have free access to hours of curriculum-based learning on television every day. Kati . . .

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NGO to provide free education to underprivileged

Shivani Bhakoo of the Tribune News Service reports that Nehru Sidhant Kender Trust will provide free education to children in the city. The entire expenses of education, stationery, hiring teachers and other overh . . .

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Teachers stranded in Britain by Covid-19 travel ban as Hong Kong international schools reopen

The pandemic continues to impact on Hong Kong schools in a variety of negative ways.  This article from the SCMP is reporting on a large amount of HK teachers being stranded overseas as a result of the latest C . . .

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Crouching tigers: Why Chinese parents are stressed about schooling

Many Chinese parents suffer from extreme anxiety about their child’s educational progress.  Even though the Chinese government has resolved to ease some of the crushing academic burden on primary and m . . .

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Friday round-up - a range of educational highlights from around the globe

Canada smooths path for student to work visas (Full article - PIE) What’s the purpose of university? (Full article – The Conversation ) Games in the classroom (Full article - edutopia) Which teacher . . .

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Empowering girls with education key to closing gender inequality and leadership gap, charity founder says

Peggy Sito of the SCMP reports that the Jennifer Yu Cheng Girls Impact Foundation will partner with NGOs and other institutions to extend scholarships to teenage girls in marginalized or underprivileged communitie . . .

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