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EDUCATION

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  1. South African university students protest higher education cost, prohibitive for some | Video
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    South African university students protest higher education cost, prohibitive for some | Video

    University students in South Africa have taken to the streets in recent weeks over the cost of higher education, which has become prohibitive for ...
  2. EHL_Campus_Singapore

    A prestigious new school that trains luxury hoteliers is now open in Singapore

    The Ecole hoteliere de Lausanne (EHL) Singapore campus is the school’s first outpost outside its home country of Switzerland, with courses not ...
  3. Improved education system may emerge from COVID-19 disruptions, say US experts | Video
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    Improved education system may emerge from COVID-19 disruptions, say US experts | Video

    The COVID-19 pandemic has upended how students are learning around the world, but experts in the United States believe some long-needed changes to ...
  4. White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki holds a briefing in Washington

    US prepared to consider North Korea diplomacy aimed at denuclearisation: White House

    The United States is prepared to consider diplomacy with North Korea if it leads to a path of denuclearisation, White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki ...
  5. 18 primary and secondary schools to undergo mergers due to declining birth rates, changing demographics | Video
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    18 primary and secondary schools to undergo mergers due to declining birth rates, changing demographics | Video

    Four pairs of primary schools and five pairs of secondary schools will be merged between 2022 and 2024, the Ministry of Education (MOE) announced ...
  6. 2021: Ep 1: No Child's Play
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    COVID-19: No Child's Play

    The COVID-19 pandemic has robbed children the basics - learning and playing. With schools around the world still closed, UNICEF said more than 168 ...