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A new national curriculum sparks a backlash in Pakistan

December 02, 2021

Teachers and parents worry that English-language skills are being replaced by religious content.

Maintenance of Tunisia national exam calendars in the governorates declared to be clusters

December 01, 2021

The Tunisia national examinations are continuing, therefore, normally including in the governorates declared clusters. The written exams for the first day of the main session of the Baccalaureate for the year 2021 kick off.

Bangladesh UG Exam Results Delay A Roadblock In PG Admissions

December 01, 2021

Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan has written to Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik seeking his personal intervention for immediate furnishing of provisional final semester result or mark sheet for Under-Graduate (UG) students in Odisha.

Public sector high school students are about to start accelerated English classes virtually in El Salvador

November 30, 2021

The educational authorities assure that they have already signed an agreement with the platform provider Platzi and that they will withdraw “full English” students in 12 months.

South Africa’s new school calendars

November 29, 2021

The Department of Basic Education has gazetted the proposed school calendar for the 2023 academic year for comment and confirmed the school calendar for the 2022 school year.

Grade improvements will replace internal rankings for Portugal Secondary schools

November 29, 2021

11th graders cannot yet enroll for improvement as they do not yet have an internal classification given by the schools. The improvements will only count towards the average admission to Higher Education and will replace the internal rankings.

20,000 students are without reporting to the El Salvador public education system

November 26, 2021

The official pointed out that they have also identified that 22,000 students who were cared for in private schools migrated this year to the public educational service. The authorities have not yet spoken of school dropouts, as they are confident that the school children will return.

Baccalaureate 2020/2021 in Tunisia - A success rate that has not been achieved for ten years

November 26, 2021

The overall success rate (main session and control session) in the baccalaureate exams for the 2020/2021 school year reaches a record level of 57.52%, which has not been achieved for ten years.

Printing backlog delays start of Sudan’s school year

November 25, 2021

Sudan’s school year is to begin 20 days later than anticipated, owing to delays in printing books for the intermediate classes. The school year will now run until June 2, 2022, and a three-tier education system will align Sudan with other countries in the region.

Class XII examination begins in Nepal amid COVID-19 pandemic

November 24, 2021

The annual examination of Class XII began in Nepal on Wednesday amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Postponed twice, owing to the Covid-19 pandemic, the annual examination now is being conducted in the physical presence of students which formally opens the door for University-level education.

CBSE divides 2021-22 academic year into two terms

November 24, 2021

With continuing school closures and examination disruptions due to COVID-19, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has issued a new assessment scheme for Class 10 and 12 students this year.

Schools Reopen in India Even as Another COVID Wave Looms

November 23, 2021

More students in India will be able to step inside a classroom for the first time in nearly 18 months Wednesday, as authorities gave the green light to partially reopen more schools despite apprehension from some parents and signs that infections are picking up again.

Throughout the country, undergraduate and tertiary students take and take their exams thanks to the Digital Points

November 22, 2021

In the framework of the health emergency caused by COVID-19 and with the purpose of guaranteeing pedagogical continuity at the higher level, the Digital Points collaborate with the development of courses and tertiary and university exams.

WASSCE leakages: Ministry of Education pushes for serialization of exam papers

November 19, 2021

The Ministry of Education (MoE) is pushing for the serialization of WASSCE papers in order to solve the issue of leakages during examinations in the country. This follows leakages of some exam papers in the ongoing WASSCE. The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) rescheduled the conduct of the 2021 WASSCE physics and Business Management 1 & 2 papers over alleged leakage.

Minister of Education inspects Beijing’s educational reforms

November 19, 2021

Minister of Education Chen Baosheng inspected Beijing's progress of educational reforms and the CPC history learning campaign.

All HSC exams to go ahead, results before Australia Day

November 18, 2021

All written HSC exams will go ahead and results will be released shortly before Australia Day 2022 after the exam authority and universities struck a compromise deal to ensure there is enough time for marking and university offers. Australian Tertiary Admission Ranks will be released before the HSC this year, with ATARs released on January 20 and HSC results on the 24th.

Chile High School Notes (NEM), the Admission 2022 process

November 18, 2021

About two months before the University Transition Test (PDT) it is important that young people know their High School Notes (NEM) , facing the Admission 2022 process.

China launches new round of undergraduate education evaluation

November 17, 2021

China's Ministry of Education has launched a new round of undergraduate education evaluation and assessment for the next five years.

More than 77,000 El Salvador high school students will take the Avanzo test

November 17, 2021

The test includes questions about the English subject, but the grade will only be for diagnosis, it will not be considered in the overall grade

Ministry of Education announces schedule for implementation of New High School

November 16, 2021

New model will apply to public and private schools. Deployment will start in 2022 with the 1st grade and will be progressive. Hours will be expanded and there will be a new curricular structure.


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