October 20, 2023
At least four mainland schools catering to Hong Kong pupils have applied to be Diploma of Secondary Education exam centres, according to principal. One school head estimates a few hundred pupils on the mainland will sit the exams, as institutions await whether candidates will be able to do so locally.
October 19, 2023
CBSE Board Exams 2024: The schools and their principals must also ensure that the students are eligible for admission to in Classes 9 and 11 and will appear in Class 10 and Class 12 board exams in subsequent exams.
October 18, 2023
The Ministry will hold a joint exam for secondary school 6th grade Turkish and mathematics courses and for 9th grade Turkish language and literature and mathematics courses.
October 16, 2023
The exam authority said over 16,600 candidates who sat in this year’s university entrance exam have applied for papers to be checked or marked again, 1.7 per cent more than last year.
October 13, 2023
According to ministry officials, the curriculum, as per the New Education Policy (NEP), is ready and textbooks will be developed on its basis for the 2024 academic session.
October 12, 2023
Following the regulation by the Ministry of National Education (MEB) that limits transfers from formal education to open education high schools, procedures and principles regarding exceptional cases in which transfers to these high schools will be allowed have been determined.
October 11, 2023
Rishi Sunak is considering a major reorm of A-levels to ensure children study more subjects in sixth form. The Prime Minister wants a new “British Baccalaureate” as part of a move towards a more continental-style system of education.
October 10, 2023
Artificial intelligence including ChatGPT will be allowed in all Australian schools from 2024 after education ministers formally backed a national framework guiding the use of the new technology.
October 09, 2023
The Australian government has closed a loophole in the student visa system that was allowing some international students to switch from “genuine study to an arrangement designed to facilitate access to work in Australia”.
October 06, 2023
Sixth forms have said they will lower GCSE admission requirements for those hit by pre-Covid grading. Pupils expecting their GCSE results will be marked under 2019 grading standards as exam boards return to pre-pandemic levels.
October 05, 2023
Technicians, teachers and students from the 13 Special Education Departments (GEEs) receive this training and will have activities until the day of the exams.
October 04, 2023
Less than a fifth of vocational education students who completed secondary education (18%) continued their studies in higher education. The proportion reaches 80% in the case of colleagues on scientific-humanistic courses. The Government wants more professional students to enter universities and polytechnics.
October 03, 2023
Twenty-four high school teachers have been caught selling exam questions to private academies before or after serving as test makers for the College Scholastic Ability Test (CSAT) and mock CSAT exams in violation of the current laws, the education ministry said.
October 02, 2023
With increased focus to meet the demand for skilled workforce globally, Secretary MSDE highlighted that the assessment cost is one of the key areas which needs to be addressed by Australia and fast-track the process of citizenship for these health sector workers in Australia.
September 29, 2023
Universities will release more than 12,000 early first-round offers to HSC students this week after a crackdown on admissions stopped institutions handing out places before trial exams.
September 28, 2023
Year 11 students who take national exams at the end of this academic year will follow the new model for completing secondary school and accessing higher education. The changes were published this Friday in Diário da República and come into force.
September 26, 2023
The exams were not held in many 1st and 2nd Lyceum schools, while there were long delays in the 3rd Lyceum.
September 25, 2023
Serious cheating offences in HSC exams have doubled in the past five years, with a record 65 students forced to front the Examination Rules Committee last year.
September 22, 2023
The Government approved a new model that requires the counting of two national exams for the average entry to higher education, and which will come into force from 2025.
September 21, 2023
The Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and equivalent examinations of 2024 will be held under shortened syllabus. However, in 2024, the secondary school certificate (SSC) and equivalent exams will be held under full syllabus.