American teachers strike over pay, welfarism

Over 30,000 teachers in America's second largest education district of Los Angeles are currently on strike. The strike, which started on Monday is happening for...
Students of More Than Me Academy play outside their school in Monrovia, Liberia (Photo: VOA)

Sex scandal rocks American school in Liberia

Parents of students at an all-girl American academy in Liberia are anxiously awaiting an investigation into allegations that the charity failed to act on...

VIDEO: Female student expelled for hugging male friend

A female student at Al-Azhar University in Egypt, was on Sunday expelled after she appeared in a video hugging a male colleague, accusing her...

After understudying JAMB, Ghana introduces centralised tertiary institution admissions service

Following visits to understudy the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) in 2018, the Ghanaian government is set to introduce a centralised placement system...

Singapore reforms grading system by abolishing school exam ranking

Singapore is carrying out a new grading system reform expected to take effect next year. Whether a child finishes first or last...

Unknown persons steal primary school exam questions

Some yet to be identified persons have stolen examination scripts at Ncheka Primary School in Mambwe District, Zambian police say. They were believed to have...

95-year-old woman fulfils dream of reading and writing through adult school

A 95-year-old Kenyan woman identified as Chebelina Mukomuga, is making waves on the social media following her fulfilment of a life long dream of...

Nigeria tops African international students in the US – Report

Nigeria is once again top among African countries from which international students study in the United States (US) higher institutions, the 2018 edition of...

UN panel tasks Nigeria on education for children with physical disabilities

A United Nations panel has challenged the Nigerian government on education for children with disabilities. It emphasised the need to improve on the education...

20-year-old becomes first black female president of Harvard’s 145-year newspaper

For the first time in the 145 years of its existence, Harvard University’s Crimson newspaper would be led by a black woman. Her name...
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