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University barred 10 students from campus during Queen’s visit

Yesterday at 19:37 PM, via The Guardian

King’s College London to review security procedures as students explore legal action

King’s College London is to order an independent review of its security procedures after a group of students said they were singled out as troublemakers and barred from campus during a visit by the Queen.

The 10 undergraduates say they are exploring legal action against KCL after their security passes were...

Malawi: Kasungu’s New School With Aesthetic Appeal

Yesterday at 16:17 PM, via All Africa

[Malawi News Agency] Kasungu -Nine girls at Kadifula Community Day Secondary (CDSS) in Kasungu District dropped out of school last academic year either due to pregnancy or for marriage.

Teaching assistants are invaluable to learning – so why are we being axed? | Darell J Philip

Yesterday at 16:00 PM, via The Guardian

Schools are broke, but without teaching assistants, children’s education will suffer. We must lobby the government

Next month I could lose my job. My 11 years as a teaching assistant is coming to an end due to government cuts in education.

Across the London of borough of Hackney, where I work, 66 schools have had government cuts to per-pupil funding since 2015. Headteachers have been left with...

Liberia: MoP Awards First 2019 Essay Competition Winner

Yesterday at 13:14 PM, via All Africa

[Observer] A courageous young lady, Success Sulonkoko, clinched the top prize of L$10,000 from Messengers of Peace (MOP) first edition of the 2019 peace essay competition last Tuesday at the St. Simon Baptist School on Capitol By-pass.

Nigeria: All Hail Unilag’s New Chief Imam

Yesterday at 12:02 PM, via All Africa

[Guardian] Before his installation last Friday as the chief Imam, University of Lagos (UNILAG) Muslim Community (UMC), four personalities/scholars had occupied the seat. They were Professors Nurudeen Alao, Abdulfattah Mabadeje, Tajudeen Gbadamosi and Murtala Aderemi Bidmos. But none was installed with a big feast as it happened for Dr. Ismail Akin Musa last Friday at the University Central...

Nigeria: What Is the Great Purpose of Education? (III)

Yesterday at 11:59 AM, via All Africa

[Guardian] There has been for some time in this country, a contrived but absolutely needless Arts versus Science controversy, including a distracting comparison of their respective value to society. It has become fashionable in recent times that policy makers extol Science and Technology over Liberal Arts.

Liberia: PTA Network Leadership to Meet With Stakeholders

Yesterday at 11:49 AM, via All Africa

[Observer] The leadership of the National Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) Network of Liberia said it will visit stakeholders in each of the 15 counties, starting from April 26, 2019 to discuss and review matters concerning the improvement of the country’s educational sector.

Okwui Enwezor: the Nigerian who confronted the European art canon

Yesterday at 11:45 AM, via The Guardian

The curator, who has died aged 55, was the only person to curate both the Venice Biennale and Documenta, helped redefine what African art could be and provided a platform for the likes of Steve McQueen

Okwui Enwezor, who has died aged 55, was a peerless, charismatic Nigerian curator who helped place non-western art histories on an equal footing with the long-established narrative of European...

Somalia: Puntland, EU in Partnership to Boost Education

Yesterday at 11:35 AM, via All Africa

[Dalsan Radio] The European Union jointly with the Government of the Puntland State of Somalia launched the third phase of the Puntland Education Sector Support Programme worth 7.3 million Euro.

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