Reshuffle: Nadhim Zahawi appoi...

Sep 16, 2021 by

The former children’s minister Nadhim Zahawi has been appointed as education secretary in Boris Johnson’s reshuffle,...

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Where Did All The People Go?

Sep 16, 2021 by

Here we are in the middle of 2021, and all of a sudden there are millions and millions and millions of empty jobs all over the globe....

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COVID, IVERMECTIN AND THE CRIM...

Sep 15, 2021 by

6.16.21 – Mercola “COVID, Ivermectin and the Crime of the Century” Analysis by Dr. Joseph Mercola Excerpts from this article: COVID,...

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The Day the Taliban Reached Ka...

Sep 15, 2021 by

Afghan journalist Maryam Nabavi describes feelings of hope and despair after Kabul fell to the Taliban. It was Saturday, August 14,...

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Top UPS Exec Warns Supply Chai...

Sep 14, 2021 by

“I half-jokingly tell people’ Order your Christmas presents now…” UPS, one of the world’s largest...

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Australian Research Council re...

Sep 14, 2021 by

Hundreds of researchers opposed the decision to ban preprint material from being cited in grant applications Donna Lu The Australian...

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Another TN student dies by sui...

Sep 14, 2021 by

The girl student studied in a private school in Tamil Nadu’s Namakkal district and had scored 562 out of 600 marks in her class...

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More children are self-harming...

Sep 12, 2021 by

Here’s what parents and teachers can do to help There has been a reported spike in young people attending emergency departments for...

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Taliban prohibits women from p...

Sep 12, 2021 by

The Taliban has quickly moved to halt and roll back progress made by women in Afghanistan and as part of their attack on women’s...

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Are China’s climate promises j...

Sep 12, 2021 by

China is prepared to hold its cooperation on climate issues hostage to Western concessions elsewhere. By Paul Homewood China is...

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Canadian Schools Hold Book-Bur...

Sep 12, 2021 by

“…we bury the ashes of racism, discrimination, and stereotypes…” We recently discussed how many on the left...

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Should the US fear rising numb...

Sep 12, 2021 by

Yojana Sharma Concern is growing in some quarters in the United States that China is rapidly catching up with the number of PhDs in...

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Obama’s Man in China Now Beiji...

Sep 12, 2021 by

As the novel coronavirus wreaks havoc across the world, the Obama administration’s ambassador to China has found a second lease...

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School in a Bus Brings Hope to...

Sep 12, 2021 by

Younger children learn outside the bus that serves as a mobile school in New Delhi, India. (Anjana Pasricha/VOA) NEW DELHI –...

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Education in Afghanistan was a...

Sep 11, 2021 by

In the two decades that followed the fall of the Taliban regime in 2001, significant progress was made in education in Afghanistan....

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Universities told to give stud...

Sep 10, 2021 by

Education Secretary Gavin Williamson says students should expect in-person teaching for new term. Record numbers of UK school leavers...

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The importance of strategic ma...

Sep 9, 2021 by

The need for a good database is no longer news to companies. Online presence is a great data generator and an increasingly important...

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Afghanistan Universities Reope...

Sep 7, 2021 by

Afghanistan students returned to their studies at universities throughout the country after the Taliban regained power. Students in...

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‘Lost generation’: education i...

Sep 6, 2021 by

Covid, climate breakdown, poverty and war threaten return to school after pandemic kept 1.5bn children out of classes ‘Their future...

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PA textbooks do include anti-S...

Sep 6, 2021 by

“We largely agree with the conclusion that there are a number of issues needing to be addressed,” acknowledged UNRWA...

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