[Monitor] Kampala -At least 57 out of 79 government-aided primary schools under the jurisdiction of Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) risk being evicted because they lack land titles, Daily Monitor has learnt.
My bullying supervisor damaged my mental health. But when I stood up to him, I received no support from my university
I was awarded a prestigious fellowship in 2015 and moved my family across the country to take up a postdoctoral position at a world-class biomedical research institute. Little did I know that this seemingly invaluable opportunity would set me on a dangerous path to mental ill...
[Nation] President Uhuru Kenyatta has honoured top Kenya National Examination Council (Knec) officials for their exemplary role in management of national examinations for the second year running.
[Leadership] Abuja -The Senate Committee on Power, Steel Development and Metallurgy, yesterday demanded explanation on the solar power projects for nine universities estimated to gulp a whopping sum of N10 billion.
Since 2010, more than 478 libraries have closed in England, Wales and Scotland. It’s the old Tory con: talk up advancement, then attack the institutions that make it possible
If they weren’t already here, we’d have to invent them: public spaces, crammed with books, computers and information points, where events and meetings regularly take place, and children in particular get an early taste...
[Capital FM] Nairobi -The Kenya National Union of Teachers Secretary General Wilson Sossion says he is going nowhere even as delegates attending the Annual Delegates Conference(ADC) in Mombasa exchanged blows over the issue.
Giving youngsters too many takeaways is also criticised as a health risk by the researchers.
A researcher finds dozens of UK schools’ smart heating systems are vulnerable to being attacked.
A year of political change effected by young people tipped the balance of power in a shortlist including such buzzwords as Antifa, kompromat and Milkshake Duck
“Youthquake”, defined as “a significant cultural, political, or social change arising from the actions or influence of young people”, has been selected by Oxford Dictionaries as the 2017 word of the year.
The term saw a 401% increase in...
New guidelines for schools and colleges calls for vigilance and warns that incidents are likely to be amplified by social media
Combating sexual harassment and violence among pupils requires teachers to be vigilant on and offline, according to the government’s long-awaited set of guidelines for schools and colleges.
The advice covers responses to sexual misconduct between students, including...
Theresa May confirms UK participation in student exchange will continue for a period after Brexit.
Data in England shows bright children on free meals lose out as gap grows for high attainment in literacy, writing and maths
Bright primary school children receiving free school meals (FSM) are being left behind by their peers, with the gap in attainment in literacy, writing and maths widening between the two groups, according to official data.
Watchdog says some boards awarding better results despite not finding errors in the original marking
Exam boards caused a “massive muddle” this summer over students appealing against their GCSE results, according to an official report by Ofqual.
The exams watchdog’s investigation showed that some boards had awarded extra marks despite not finding errors in the original marking and that...
A program prompted by a challenge from the Dalai Lama is bringing kindness training to the classroom. Research suggests it helps.
[News24Wire] All Ornette Danse can remember about his walk across the Cape Peninsula University of Technology’s (CPUT) auditorium stage to receive his diploma in public management is the loud and extended applause he received.
[Nyasa Times] Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources (Luanar) has closed its Bunda Campus indefinitely following protests by students over power outages .
[Guardian] Warri -President, Reinhardt University, Waleska, Georgia, Prof. Kina S. Mallard has posited that for the nation’s universities to become global centres of excellence, they must imbibe the 21st century teaching and learning methods and collaboratively solve problems through critical thinking.
University leaders have agreed to a new code on senior pay, which will be published in the next few weeks.
[Observer] The principal of Mary Sharp Memorial Mission School in the Water Side community on UN Drive, Monrovia, Rev. Josiah W. Nimely, has pledged to provide a solid education foundation for students at the school.
[Guardian] Osogbo -Osun State government has commenced the distribution of 30,000 e-learning computer tablets for final year students in the state public schools.
[Guardian] Providing information online about schools’ programmes, performances, school fees and other extra curricular activities for parents to be guided when choosing a school for their ward has proved to be one sure way of inspiring healthy competition among schools.