Aug 07, 2017
Scholars at Risk is gravely concerned about sweeping actions against Turkey’s higher education sector, including forced resignations, suspensions, and travel bans, reportedly affecting thousands of individuals, in Turkey and abroad.Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/egb0Q
Concerned over the recent spurt in attacks on Indians, including Sikhs, abroad, Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh has urged the Centre to ensure their protection and take up such issues in
A major achievement in the education sector in recent years is the sharp increase in girl’s enrolment rate in higher education. This has not only reduced the gender disparity in the education sector but has even pushed up girls enrolment rates substantially above the boy’s enrolment rate in a large...
We, student organizations, individuals from State Universities and Colleges (SUCs) and sectors, strongly reject the Commission on Higher Education-Department of Budget and Management Joint Memorandum Circular 2017-01 (JMC 2017-01). The Php8.3B allocated to cover the free tuition for SY 2017-2018...
This event will feature a panel of higher education and rankings specialists including: Nathan Hall, Associate Professor, Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology, McGill University; Founder, Shit Academics Say @AcademicsSay Ellen Hazelkorn, Director, Higher Education Policy Unit...
Education in Ireland’ the national brand which is responsible for the international development and growth of Ireland’s Higher education sector, has organized a Live Q&A for Indian students.
A Latvian bank threatened with U.S. sanctions for allegedly conducting a global money laundering scheme, including for companies connected to North Korea’s missile program, is seeking more than a half billion dollars in government bailout money.
Politicians in Turkey are reportedly eyeing on launching the country's proprietary cryptocurrency.
Education News The Arizona Supreme Court has declared Arizona’s education saving accounts (ESA) constitutional.
On December 7, 2017, Patrice Nganang, a scholar of comparative literature at Stony Brook University (SUNY Stony Brook), was reportedly denied exit from Cameroon and arrested by state authorities, in apparent retaliation for an article he wrote criticizing the Cameroonian government policies.
One of Northern Ireland's largest homebuilders is to accept the digital currency Bitcoin.