Sunday, July 28, 2013

Girls As Young As Nine Have Been Banned Skirts To School



Girls as young as nine have been banned from wearing skirts to school because of concerns they are getting too short and “unladylike”.

School bans girls from wearing skirts

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Ghana: Secondary, Technical Education Require Optimum Attention

A former Head of Mathematics and Science department, University of Cape Coast, Dr Christian Anthony-Krueger, has identified a number of challenges confronting the educational sector in the country and says lack of serious commitment to secondary and technical education is stifling the industry and deepening the unemployment situation.
He made the statement at the 22nd anniversary and first speech and prize-giving day of the Dabala Senior High Technical School in the South Tongu District.

Nigerian students pay $3billion annually as tuition fees in African Universities – ASUU

The Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, Jos state Chapter, said Nigerian students pay about $3billion as tuition fees to study in African Universities every year.
The ASUU Chairperson, Dr. David Jangkam flung by his Secretary, Dr. Noel Wannang and other members of the executive disclosed this while addressing newsmen at the ASUU secretariat in Jos, on Tuesday over the ongoing ASUU strike, and the conduct of the Post UMTE Screening by the Administration of University of Jos,

Gambia: National Conference On Higher Education Kicks-Off

The first National Conference on Higher Education organised by the government of The Gambia through the Ministry of Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology kicked-off Wednesday at the Pencha Mi Hall of the Paradise Suites Hotel in Kololi, The conference that was officially opened by the Higher Education minister, Dr. Mamadou Tangara, was graced by several government ministers, as well as the secretary general, head of the Civil Service and minister of Presidential Affairs, Momodou Sabally.

Tanzania: Education Minister to Open Research Workshop

MINISTER for Education and Vocational Training, Dr Shukuru Kawambwa, is expected to grace the opening of the Annual Research Workshop organised by the Science, Technology and Innovation Policy Research Organization (STIPRO) to be held on Wednesday next week.

School life: the Abba star I won't be talking to

Education journalist-turned-teacher Mary McCarney never got to interview Agnetha Fältskog - but now can't help imagining how the Abba star's school days shaped her music.

13 inexpensive ed-tech tools for writing

Being able to write clearly is an essential skill for all students. With these simple online writing tools and apps, students get to practice writing informally in settings...

What’s important in a digital device initiative?

In recent years, many ed-tech advocacy efforts have morphed from emphasizing the need for schools to have ed-tech tools and devices to figuring out exactly which device, or...

E-advising platform matches student researchers to professor mentors

Project Lever, which connects students to professor mentors, began in 2012 and is now in use at Harvard University, Tufts University, John Hopkins University and the Massachusetts Institute...

Coding course finds ‘sweet spot’ between MOOCs and colleges

A company called Thinkful is hoping they have found another, better, method for teaching people how to code – and it’s resting somewhere in between a MOOC and…


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