Tag Archives: Education

05Feb/17

OULIMATA SARR

Oulimata Sarr is a private sector development specialist with over 24 years working experience in Africa. Continue reading

11Dec/16

Nobel laureate Satyarthi questions world’s stand on children education

Indian child rights activist and laureate Kailash Satyarthi questions the world’s stand on children’s education, saying the countries around the globe were spending money on weapons and wars instead of investing in education.

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28Nov/16

Uganda orders closure of schools backed by Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg

Ugandan authorities order the closure of a chain of Bridge International Schools, a for-profit international chain of schools backed by Microsoft founder Bill Gates and Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg over concerns about poor sanitation and curriculum.

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15Nov/16

Kenya’s travelling telescope brings Supermoon even closer

On Monday (November 14) Kenyan astronomer, Susan Murabana set up her telescope at a remote village in the Rift Valley to see the largest, brightest full moon in nearly seven decades. Murabana takes her telescope to various parts of the country to teach people about the stars and planets. Her initiative is also aimed at getting more children interested in science.

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09Nov/16

High school students in the U.S. protest Trump win

High school students in California and Washington stage protests against the election of Republican Donald Trump.

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12Sep/16

Britain, the great meritocracy

FRIDAY, 9 SEPTEMBER 2016 (THERESA MAY/FACEBOOK) – When I stood in Downing Street as Prime Minister for the first time this Summer, I set out my mission to build a country that works for everyone. Today I want to talk a little more about what that means and lay out my vision for a truly meritocratic Britain that puts the interests of ordinary, working class people first.
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03Aug/15

B&N Education’s anti-Amazon strategy

(Reuters Business Report) – Barnes and Noble Education making its debut on the New York Stock Exchange. The spinoff of the bookstore chain’s college bookstore business having a tough first day of trading. The stock, ticker BNED, under pressure.
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14Jul/15

Tanzania sets up special school to protect albino teenagers from killings

China Central Television (CCTV)- The Tanzanian government has recently set up anoher special school to protect albino children to bring the total number up to ten, but many more albino children need proection.
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