Egyptian university students will be denied access to first term exams next month unless they can show proof of Covid-19 vaccination or a negative PCR test.
Similar to what happened in the last two years because of the pandemic, the set of optional questions will remain in this school year's national exams in Portugal.
U.S. school closures reached a record high for the academic year last week as omicron-fueled coronavirus cases caused staff shortages and disrupted classes, but the shutdowns are about to ease as more schools are set to reopen in-person.
Schools in Iran are due to reopen for students in years 10, 11 and 12 as academic institutions across the country continue to gradually return to in-person studies this academic year due to a decline in Covid-19 infection rates.
Authorities in Haiti have postponed the start of school across the country after last month's 7.2 magnitude earthquake destroyed schools and homes across Haiti's southern peninsula. It is the latest unwanted disruption to education in Haiti, where instruction has been interrupted repeatedly over the last two years due both to COVID-19 and the gang violence and kidnappings that have terrorized much of the country.
The Government confirmed through an order in Diário da República the school calendar announced by António Costa. The prime minister, when informing the country that new restrictions would be imposed to contain the advance of covid-19.
The evaluation decree approved turns repetition into something exceptional and liquidates recoveries in compulsory education.
Horacio Rodríguez Larreta and the Buenos Aires government provided details of the educational practices program in the workplace that will govern from 2022 in all secondary schools in the City of Buenos Aires.
About 392,863 students in the scientific and mathematical steams took their final Thanaweya Amma (school leaving) exam, amid unusual conditions due to the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The Thanaweyya Amma graduation rate records 74% for academic year 2020-2021.
The proportion of A-level entries awarded an A grade or higher has surged to an all-time high after exams were cancelled for the second year in a row due to Covid-19.