The Ontario government announced the transfer of governance of Centre Jules-Léger (CJL) from the Ministry of Education to the CJL Consortium. This ensures the province's only French-language school for children who have learning disabilities will be governed by Francophones for Francophones.
A teachers’ union is suing Quebec to obtain documents used to prepare the province’s back-to-school plan, claiming authorities are not being transparent about the number of infections in schools. Quebec’s back-to-school plan, unveiled in August, has also drawn criticism from parents.
Egypt’s Economic Court sentenced, on Saturday, the founder of ChaoMing Telegram channel to three years imprisonment for leaking Egypt’s high school (Thanaweya Amma) exams via the application. This comes after years of social media leaking and anti-cheating screenings.
Egypt's Minister of Education has "ambitious plans" to ensure that all students are connected to digital learning facilities during the novel Covid-19 period. This huge infrastructural overhaul of methods is pushing teachers to start preparing for electronic exams with paper exams abolished in the near future.
Egypt is set to establish the National Authority for Accreditation and Quality Insurance in Vocational Training and Technical Learning. Three Egyptian ministries are working to draw up a draft law that organises the new authority’s work and sets its functions.
The Ministry of Education announced that in-person education in Sidi Yahia El Gharb is postponed until further notice. The decision is due to the emergence of a new Covid-19 hotspot in the Atlantic Free industrial zone. Later, the Ministry of Education announced all educational institutions will adopt distance remote learning.
Government says Ministry of Education officials are banging heads to find out how best to reopen some institutions of higher learning on case by case basis.
Details of the strategic partnership between South Korea and Uzbekistan. Included in the overall plan are details of education reform and collaboration.
Hundreds of high school students protested outside the education ministry in Bangkok to demand education reform. Stating that the system is outdated and are calling for freedom to be able to speak their minds at school.
Many students want the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) and the Joint Entrance Exam (JEE), scheduled for September, to be postponed due to fears over rising Covid-19 cases.