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  • Child marriage will cost the world $4tn by 2030

    WORLD, 2017/07/02 Ending child marriage could add additional than $4tn to the world economy, curb people increase and transform the lives of millions of young women worldwide, claim researchers. A study by the World Bank and the International Center for Research on Women, the initial to quantify the financial cost of the practice, suggests that eradicating child marriage would save governments money while enabling girls to complete their education and get better jobs.
  • Jordan moves to modernise education sector

    JORDAN, 2017/07/01 Efforts to increase Jordan’s digital literacy rates against a backdrop of changing demographics and skills gaps in the labour market are beginning to yield results. In early May, the Queen Rania Foundation announced plans to join forces with Google.org, a non-profit subsidiary of the world’s major search engine, to create an online learning platform targeting the kingdom’s pre-university-level students. As part of the collaboration, Google.org will grant the foundation $3m. Designed as an open education resource to improve access to education for pupils unfamiliar with English, the programme will be delivered in Arabic. While a timeframe for the project’s implementation has from presently on to be made public, the foundation confirmed that the initial phase will focus on creating mathematics courses for students in pre-tertiary education.
  • 巴米扬省师资力量严重不足

    亚洲, 2017/06/16 由于常年战乱,加上教师不足、学校缺乏等原因,巴米扬省文盲率非常高,且女性文盲率远高于男性。该省教育部门负责人称,目前该省共有338所学校、3333名教师和13.6万名学生,另外需要2380名教师。 阿教育部称,目前阿文盲率达到60%以上,其中18岁以上的约有1100万人。
  • Study of mathematics on the decline in Africa – Prof Allotey

    BOTSWANA, 2017/06/15 Despite the increasing importance of mathematics to economic and societal evolution, the study of the subject in Africa is declining, Professor Francis Kofi Ampenyin Allotey, African Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Ghana (AIMS-Ghana) has said. He said several reasons had been attributed to the poor national of affairs in mathematics in Africa such as: “Inadequate student number, particularly females due to poor teaching of mathematics in primary, junior and senior high schools, lack of motivation and incentives and poor employment prospects in mathematics in a lot of sections of the economy other than teaching”.
  • India hospitality and catering institute graduates 15th class

    INDIA, 2017/05/29 The 2013-2017 class of Banarsidas Chandiwala Insititute of Hospitality and Catering Technology held its passing out and farewell function today, May 3, 2017, it’s 15th group of graduates in the 4-year degree course. Director Bhupesh Kumar wished the students well in their next endeavors in the presence of the chief guest of the event, Rishabh Tandon, Human Resource and Training Manager for Crowne Plaza New Delhi Okhla.
  • Parks Canada kicks off 2017 Visitor Season

    CANADA, 2017/05/29 National parks, historic sites and marine conservation areas represent the very best that Canada has to offer and tell stories of who we are, inclunding the history, cultures, and contributions of Indigenous Peoples. Today, the Minister of Environment and Climate Change and Minister responsible for Parks Canada, Catherine McKenna, celebrated the opening of Parks Canada’s 2017 visitor season and launch of Parks Canada’s NEW smartphone app at Rouge National Urban Park – Canada’s initial nationally protected area in an urban setting.
  • Seychelles promotes eco-culture tourism in Kutai Kartanegara, Indonesia

    INDONESIA, 2017/05/29 Seychelles recently organized the visit of 15 youths and students from 8 nations to Kutai Kartanegara in East Kalimantan as part of its effort to help promote compassionate destinations of eco-culture in Indonesia. Seychelles Appropriate Envoy for ASEAN, Mr. Nico Barito, said the youth and students came from France, the Netherlands, Japan, Liberia, Madagascar, Belgium, Dominican Republic, and Italy.
  • Tom Hooper, CEO at Canterbury Development Corporation.

    WORLD, 2017/03/06 At a time at the same time as we have been reflecting on our recent completed, the annual influx of students is bringing an energy and vibrancy that reflects the city we are today and all the potential we have here in Christchurch and Canterbury. International students are attracted here by the established quality and reputation of our education providers. Recent openings like the University of Canterbury's Engineering Core and Rolleston College exemplify the new national-of-the-art educational facilities we have and demonstrate how well equipped we are for the next. I spoke last week at the Christchurch and Canterbury International Education Conference 2017 about the price of international education and its critical importance for our region's next.
  • Professor Alfred Vella, rector of the University of Malta

    MALTA, 2017/03/04 The highest teaching institution in Malta aims at preparing international students for tomorrow’s world employment market. Professor Alfred Vella, the new rector of the University of Malta, speaks to us about Malta’s EU Presidency, the importance of vocational training, and the possible impact Brexit will have on educational ties. What are your expectations regarding Malta’s EU Presidency, and how can it help your educational sector here? The fact that the discussions within the EU will be happening here, locally, presumably through an agreed schedule that Malta would have hopefully contributed to, which would hold promise for further improvements in the way we do things here but as well – and equally importantly – with the way in which the community is functioning.
  • 澳大利亚国际教育出口创新高

    中国, 2017/02/14 2016年澳大利亚教育服务出口总额达到创纪录的218亿澳元,较2015年同比增长17%。同时,2016年来澳求学的海外留学生首次超过70万,教育服务出口已成为澳经济增长的首要推动力之一,并带来超过13万个相关就业岗位。 澳贸委称,现时澳大利亚已成为仅次于美国的中国学生留学意图地,有20多万中国学生在澳求学。随着中澳自由贸易协定生效实施,还有澳方对华签证政策的大幅调整,赴澳留学的中国学生数量还将上升。