The new model of Evaluation of the Baccalaureate for University Access , better known as EBAU or selectivity , which the Ministry of Education and Vocational Training (MEFP) had proposed to launch in the 2026-2027 academic year, will be extended for another year .
Agents from the Office of the Inspector General of the federal Department of Education, arrived at the offices of the Department of Education to fill out a request for information.
An investigation is underway into how students’ Higher School Certificate results were published early.
South Australian regulatory board considering whether it should continue to allow access to the writing assistance program
Compensatory grading is now being introduced in primary and secondary schools. LR welcomes that the student's worst performance should not define the entire grade. It is very positive that the teacher's overall assessment can decide, says the chairman Åsa Fahlén.
According to what was indicated after the change in the results, 3,000 patrolmen were left without the possibility of being promoted to subintendents.
Exam students will not have to memorise formulae and equations for some GCSE subjects next year. The exams regulator Ofqual said the move would offer the support students needed "as we move towards normality."
Secondary school students' opinions on the Government's proposal between praising the "balance" and the missed opportunity to end the national exams once and for all.
The Ontario government is updating high school courses in science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM), including learning related to the skilled trades to ensure students have the cutting-edge digital literacy and modern technological skills to lead the global economic, scientific and societal innovations of tomorrow.
Reduction in classes for 2022-23 academic year marks 20 per cent increase compared with the previous one. ‘The [Education Bureau] should seriously consider opening up our schools to other regions,’ Tang Fei, secondary school principal and lawmaker, says
Integrating the English language has been at the heart of Morocco’s education reform. Starting from this school year, all freshmen will have to undergo diagnostic tests in both English and French, in order to determine their language skills, as well as track their progress throughout their university path.