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We have employed the services of untrained teachers who have been known to beat up children, we have enforced archaic methods of teaching and the textbooks for most subjects are outdated and colourless...The authorities must do something for the next
The vogue is to marvel at the achievements of Far Eastern education systems such as South Korea, Japan and Shanghai in China. After all, they performed far better than us in the international Pisa (Programme for International Student Assessment)
ET No matter how you calculate it, math scores just aren't adding up. The number of students who were improving in math by the time they reached Grade 6 provincial testing has decreased from 28% to 17%. Not only that, but merely 52% of Grade 3 and 6
Brown, Forest and Brookdale schools participated in the "One School, One Book," program to promote literacy and a passion for reading. Students, parents, teachers and other staff members read "The Lemonade War" by Jacqueline Davies, while discussing
Karen Kilpatrick, the creator of the award winning book series, Pumpkinheads, teamed up with celebrities such as Larenz Tate, Scott Wolf, Kym Whitley, Vanessa Simmons and others to raise awareness of the importance of childhood literacy. Initiated
Tuesday acknowledges the headway made by India in improving access to education but the country's population of illiterate adults has been identified as the drag factor. Tuesday acknowledges the headway made by India in improving access to education
At a ceremony held at the school in Olympic Gardens last Saturday, school officials, students and parents gathered to participate in the official handover of educational material. Carolyn Green-Bryan, grade-three coordinator at the institution, said
In the case of the police literacy is perhaps even more important since, ideally, they conduct investigations and make arrests that can lead to fair prosecutions.
An effort by the international coalition in Afghanistan to teach Afghan security forces to read and write has had limited success and has been plagued by problems, a new report from the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction finds.
Schaumburg Township Elementary District 54 board members have appointed current Instructional Mentor Julie Gorvett as the district's next director of literacy. Gorvett, who has been with District 54 for 28 years, will succeed Erin Knoll, who's moving