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TUESDAY, 07 JULY 2020, 13:45


Angola: EU Grants Over Eur 10 Million for Higher Education

Today at 12:10 PM, via AllAfrica

[ANGOP] Luanda — At least thirteen million euros were made available by the European Union (EU) to the Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Technology and Innovation (MESCTI) to support the Angolan higher education system in producing knowledge and promoting innovation.

Liberia: EPA Provides U.S.$12k Equipment to Ahmadiyya College

Today at 12:02 PM, via AllAfrica

[New Republic] Authorities of the Environmental Protection Agency of Liberia (EPA) have donated assorted refrigeration and air condition training equipment worth US$ 12,000 to Humanity First Ahmadiyya Vocation College in Sinkor.

Britain’s universities are on the verge of unravelling | Glen O’Hara

Today at 11:32 AM, via The Guardian

The fiendish complexity of organising teaching and timetables in the context of coronavirus will push the sector to the brink

Imagine a cross between a jigsaw and a chessboard, and now imagine playing games on it in 11 dimensions – including time. As universities limber up for probably their most difficult challenge since the second world war, that’s what higher education management feels...

This year, GCSE and A-level results depend on teachers being unbiased. That’s the real test | Zoe Williams

Today at 10:00 AM, via The Guardian

Schools and universities will have to think creatively about how to read the results of 2020

The nail-biting wait for GCSE and A-level results has a surreal quality this year, as students wonder what the outcome could possibly be of exams they haven’t sat because of the Covid-19 lockdown.

Most are assuming they’ll be awarded the grades they were predicted to have achieved by their schools,...

South Africa: All Private Preschools, ECD Centres May Open Immediately

Today at 09:54 AM, via AllAfrica

[] The Department of Social Development says it has noted the High Court ruling on Monday that all private preschools and Early Childhood Development centres (ECD) may open with immediate effect, provided they maintain safety measures.

Nigeria: UBEB Adopts Code of Conduct for Non-Formal Education

Today at 09:29 AM, via AllAfrica

[Daily Trust] The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Universal Basic Education Board (UBEB) has adopted the use of Educating Nigeria Girls in New Enterprises (ENGINE II) Code of Conduct developed for learning centres in adult and non-formal education programmes.

Uganda: Court Blocks Sacking of Mak University Secretary

Today at 09:21 AM, via AllAfrica

[Monitor] Kampala — The High Court in Kampala has blocked the suspension of Makerere University Secretary, Dr Charles Barugahare, until the case challenging his forced leave is finalised.

Uganda: Makerere Starts Work Scheme for the Needy

Today at 09:21 AM, via AllAfrica

[Monitor] Makerere University has approved a policy that will see a work scheme established for vulnerable students to earn tuition by working for the institution.

South Africa: Police Officers Need Linguistic Training – Urgently

Today at 09:08 AM, via AllAfrica

[The Conversation Africa] If you have been the victim of a crime, one of the first interactions you’ll have with police is when an officer takes your sworn statement. Language is key to this process: you tell an officer your story, and they record it, usually writing it by hand.

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