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Vice President Venkaiah Naidu on Saturday hit back at allegations that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government is saffronizing the country’s education system and asked “what’s wrong with saffron?” he called on Indians to abandon their “colonial mindset”.

Claiming that the ‘bhartiyakaran’ (Indianisation) of the education system has been the goal of the new national education policy, Naidu said: ‘But as you say it, some loving and living English people say we want go back. Yes, we want to go back to our roots, to know the greatness of our culture and our heritage, to understand the vast amount of treasures in our Vedas, our books, our scriptures… they don’t want us to know our greatness; they want us to suffer from an inferiority complex…they say we saffron…what’s wrong with saffron? I don’t understand it.

He made the statement after the inauguration of the South Asian Institute of Peace and Reconciliation at Dev Sanskriti Vishwa Vidyalaya in Haridwar in Uttarakhand.

“Prolonged colonial rule deprived large sections, including women, of education and only a small elite class had access to formal education. It is necessary to provide quality education to all, only then can our education be inclusive and democratic,” he added.

He further encouraged young people to propagate their mother tongue. “I would like to see a day in my life when the Indians will speak to their countrymen in their native tongue, when the administration will be conducted in the native tongue and when all orders of government will be issued in the language of the people”, a- he declared. Foreign dignitaries coming to India speak in their native language instead of English although they know it because they are proud of their language, he said.

Suryakant Dhasmana, vice president of the state congress, said the vice president should not have made a statement like “what’s wrong with saffron” as he holds a constitutional post. “As vice president, he should not speak like a BJP leader. Such statements are not expected in the speech of the vice president of the country.

Speaking about the rising tensions in the conflict-torn world, Naidu said that peace is a prerequisite for the progress of mankind. “Peace has a cascading effect: it generates social harmony and paves the way for progress and prosperity. The ‘peace dividend’ benefits all stakeholders and brings wealth and happiness to society,” he said.


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Government’s education sector reforms deemed insufficient https://the-education-store.com/governments-education-sector-reforms-deemed-insufficient/ Thu, 17 Mar 2022 13:46:28 +0000 https://the-education-store.com/governments-education-sector-reforms-deemed-insufficient/ Pakistan’s Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government came to power claiming that it would bring reforms in the system in addition to revolutionizing the education and health sectors. Not to mention the civil service reforms, nothing special happened in the education system, except for the transfer of administrative departments from the Civil Secretariat. According to the documents, the […]]]>

Pakistan’s Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government came to power claiming that it would bring reforms in the system in addition to revolutionizing the education and health sectors. Not to mention the civil service reforms, nothing special happened in the education system, except for the transfer of administrative departments from the Civil Secretariat.

According to the documents, the Punjab government has decided to relocate the two departments of education – higher education and school education – from the main secretariat to Lawrence Road. An esplanade was purchased to house these offices. According to an official letter addressed to the two Secretaries of Education, the Chief Secretary ordered them to move there. The HED would be on the first, second, and third floors while the SED would be on the basement, ground, fourth, and fifth floors.

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The Higher Education Department (HED) is located at the Main Secretariat while the School Education Department (SED) is located in the former Planning and Development Building. Previously, two health departments namely Primary and Secondary Health Care and Specialist Health Care were also moved from the Secretariat to Birdwood Road and Lawrence Road respectively.

The PTI government had affirmed that there would be a single, universal education policy. Additionally, he also formed a task force to bring about massive reforms in the age-old colonial civil service. However, he could add no feather to his hat other than introducing the unique curriculum. It was a good step towards unity and nationalism.

In the health sector, health insurance cards have been issued throughout the province. The government claimed that this initiative was another of its achievements. When we discuss the side of education, there is no universal education policy that could revolutionize ignored public sector institutions. All colleges and universities run education in the traditional way.

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The private sector, relative to the public sector, leads in all sectors, including education. Education has never been a priority area for governments, whether dictatorial or democratic. A former SED secretary told this scribe that for more than three years in power, the PTI could not bring sustained policies to the ignored education sector.

Although the government did not change ministers for the HED and SED, secretaries were frequently transferred. Sometimes the departments operated under a provisional arrangement.

Take the example of the current HED secretary, Syed Javed Iqbal Bukhari. When he reached the retirement pension, instead of assigning a full-time secretary, the head of the food department was given an additional charge from the HED office. From Imran Sikandar to Ghulam Farid, many secretaries were transferred to the SED. The same was true for the HED.

Nazira’s education was another initiative. Although the government wanted to teach the Holy Quran through the existing teaching staff, the court ordered the recruitment of separate Qaris for this purpose. The provincial government lacked science, math and information technology teachers. It also lacked fully equipped science laboratories and classrooms for early childhood education.

Moreover, when this newspaper spoke with a seasoned teacher, Shahbaz Ali, he opined that the government recruited “civil servants”, not teachers. They carry out their duties like other government employees and leave the premises. He said there should be a mechanism to drive out true teachers among the highly educated lot and there should be different merit for teachers.

When recruiting teachers, psychologists must advise recruiting committees whether or not a candidate is fit to practice the profession. Moreover, he felt that the teachers were depressed. He said they were an ignored segment of society and they themselves were also responsible for the sad state of the education system.

Iftikhar Ahmad, another teacher, said that the main job of the teacher is to motivate students, but now we see that despite all the efforts, enrollment in public schools has been declining. An educationally conducive and productive environment in publicly funded institutions must be ensured. He said government teachers are comparatively better paid than teachers in the private sector. But, he said they themselves were deeply unmotivated. They compare themselves to other segments like engineers, doctors and civil servants and are victims of inferiority complex.

In addition, governments hire teachers for extra-curricular activities like census, electoral duties, voter registration, exam duties and much more. There is no incentive for real teachers who really promote talent and motivate their students. They don’t just pass the time, rather they prepare students to be a good generation.

Tahira, an overseas-educated teacher, said some teachers prefer to get involved in politics. These days, teachers are on the road to demand an increase in their salaries, a disparity allowance in addition to the regularization of their services, and much more. Wasn’t it a crime for teachers to be absent from their lessons, she wondered. The loss of students didn’t bother them, she said.

In addition, the government should enforce the newly notified delisting policy on dead wood present in the community. Those who prefer politics to performance in schools should also receive show cause notices, she demanded. The need she suggested is to introduce a system of conductive education, developed in Hungary by András Petö. In this system, teachers or conductors teach children and adults with motor impairments to function independently. They guide them to achieve their goals in their own way.

During the period of former Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif, education authorities were constituted at the district level. Even after many years, these authorities did not have a significant impact as education remained centralized. Decision-making should be delegated to district education authorities. They should have prepared their own education plans, but the school education department remained in charge.

Babar Ali, a factory manager, said teachers were on the road.

“They announced that they were organizing protest demonstrations in front of the civil secretariat. There is, it seems, no difference between clerics and teachers because the mode of claims is the same. Both are chanting slogans, hanging banners and boycotting their workplaces,” he said. He added that teachers should perform first and then demand.

Ejaz Hussain, Deputy Headmaster of Dar-e-Arqam School, said there should be very strict mechanism and criteria for enrolment, training, regularization and promotion of teachers. He added that the government should also carry out a survey of the children of government teachers, whether they are enrolled in public sector schools or in the private sector.

Surprisingly, he argued, the teaching community did not like enrolling their own children in public schools. “How can they motivate other parents to send their children to public sector schools,” Hussain was asked. The government should surrender to the protesters, he predicted.

The government should, at a minimum, notify a policy for the education sector and the teaching community that serves in the government sector. To revolutionize the education sector, there can be a separate education group in higher departments like customs, police, etc. Moreover, the government should also organize their training, refresher courses and engage them in research-related activities. Otherwise, the billions of rupees spent in the education sector would remain counterproductive and the state-funded system would lag far behind the commercialized private sector.

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Javed Iqbal is a special correspondent covering the government of Punjab with a particular focus on bureaucracy. He uncovered a number of mega-scams while working with mainstream media. He tweets @javedjahangiri and can be reached at [email protected]

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Haryana government struggles to find balance between gurukul and modern education system: Khattar https://the-education-store.com/haryana-government-struggles-to-find-balance-between-gurukul-and-modern-education-system-khattar/ Sun, 06 Mar 2022 19:14:16 +0000 https://the-education-store.com/haryana-government-struggles-to-find-balance-between-gurukul-and-modern-education-system-khattar/ Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said on Sunday that his government was taking steps to strike a balance between gurukuls and the modern education system. Speaking at the annual Gurukul Mahavidyalaya function in Jhajjar, he said the state government has so far set up 138 Sanskriti model schools while linking them to Indian and […]]]>

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said on Sunday that his government was taking steps to strike a balance between gurukuls and the modern education system.

Speaking at the annual Gurukul Mahavidyalaya function in Jhajjar, he said the state government has so far set up 138 Sanskriti model schools while linking them to Indian and modern culture.

The Chief Minister said the government is making efforts to have an appropriate blend of Ayurvedic system and allopathy.

He said 650 gymnasiums had been set up across the state and steps were underway to set up another 1,000.

Khattar announced the implementation of a solar power plant program to address problems with electricity bills in gurukuls across the state and double annual financial aid to institutions.

On this occasion, Khattar announced to rename the Jahanara Bagh stadium located in Jhajjar to Maharishi Dayanand Saraswati Stadium.

The Chief Minister of Haryana also announced financial assistance of 51 lakh of its discretionary funds for the repair of the gurukul building and the construction of new rooms, an official spokesperson said in a press release.

CM inaugurates projects worth 78 crore to Jhajjar

Khattar also on Sunday inaugurated development projects worth 78.47 crores in Jhajjar. The CM took part in the bhoomi pujan ceremony at the Swami Omanand Saraswati Museum in Jhajjar, which is being built at a cost of 100 crore.

He said that this museum is dedicated to the glorious life of Swami Omanand Saraswati.

“Jhajjar will be developed as the center for historical artifacts. This museum will be useful to researchers in archaeological research work,” he added.

Khattar said that with the spirit of Antyodaya’s program, the government plays an active role in uplifting every section of society.

The Haryana CM said his government would take strict action against those found using unfair means.

“We will not tolerate bribery and we have taken strict action against officers who have been found on the wrong side of the law. New recruitments will be free and fair. If anyone engages in corrupt activities, I urge you to send a written complaint against those officials, I will take serious action against him/her,” he added.

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ASUU strike: FG urged to convene emergency meeting of education sector stakeholders now https://the-education-store.com/asuu-strike-fg-urged-to-convene-emergency-meeting-of-education-sector-stakeholders-now/ Sun, 27 Feb 2022 18:17:45 +0000 https://the-education-store.com/asuu-strike-fg-urged-to-convene-emergency-meeting-of-education-sector-stakeholders-now/ As the warning strike launched by members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) continues, the need to convene an emergency meeting of stakeholders in the education sector has been stressed. The reason for convening the meeting is to propose a lasting solution to the myriad of challenges that militate against the smooth functioning […]]]>

As the warning strike launched by members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) continues, the need to convene an emergency meeting of stakeholders in the education sector has been stressed.

The reason for convening the meeting is to propose a lasting solution to the myriad of challenges that militate against the smooth functioning of the country’s education sector, particularly the persistent strike actions that have held back higher education institutions. .

In the same vein, members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) have been called upon to listen to the government for the general benefit of Nigerian students.

The call was made by the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) during a press conference held on Sunday at the Secretariat of the Student Union (SUG) Government of Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University (ATBU), in Bauchi.

NANS National Director of Administration and Strategy, Prince Mohammed Sani Hassan, speaking to reporters, lamented that “the university strike in Nigeria is becoming a norm with successive governments, including the current administration of President Muhammadu Buhari, which has failed to respond to demands and the 2008 Agreement signed by the Federal Government and ASUU.

He added that “this strike has continued to hurt more, the students and their parents who have worked very hard and ultimately have little in their pockets to support their respective children in Nigerian universities.”

Mohammed added that “it is in light of the above that the ASUU strike appears to be a festival in Nigeria that happens every year, leaving the consequences directly on the students.”

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According to him, “It is an incontrovertible discussion that a four-year course now takes no less than 7-8 years for a Nigerian student who is struggling tooth and nail to survive in the current economic realities.”

“We therefore deem it appropriate and necessary, as stakeholders in this struggle, to speak to you about these continuing clashes between members of the Universities Academic Staff Union and the Federal Government to end this long-running feud that is alienating Nigerian students. of their classrooms. “, he underlined.

He said that “the federal government, through the Federal Ministry of Education under the competent supervision of Mallam Adamu Adamu and the Minister of Labor, Chris Ngige, should guarantee the respect of the agreement adopted previously”.

“Government and ASUU are stakeholders and at the same time team players in this game which has made this government its reputation in the education sector after being pro-ASUU in the past,” said he added.

The NANS director said that “we have not yet emerged from the negative effects of the similar action last year, as this strike is never expected to end anytime soon. We all saw what happened last year when this type of strike happened and the federal government and ASUU ended it at a roundtable.

He pointed out that “this strike has continued to greatly affect the chances of the less privileged to reach the top of their careers because all the students currently at home are those of the underdogs”.

Mohammed said that “ASUU leadership needs to call its members to order and let them know that there is an increasing number of graduates sitting at home and given the scarcely available job opportunities, this should serve as a warning signal to university professors”.

“The government must know that education is a right of every Nigerian child, so it must be a priority to secure the future of the nation amid growing insecurity,” he said.

According to him, “Illiteracy and increasing unemployment have been identified as the main factors that continue to traumatize Nigerians, then it becomes more necessary for the government to create millions of investments in the education sector and to ensure wealth creation through empowerment programs”.

Sani Mohammed concluded that “As stakeholders, we will continue to be team players in creating the best platform for peace and unity to struggle in the country through our position to ensure that justice for Nigerian students cannot be compromised”.

He said “the sad reality is that many are losing out to serve their country through the compulsory national youth service program because of these persistent strikes which are about to cripple our education system.”

He went on to appreciate the efforts of Bauchi State Governor Sen Bala A Mohammed and security agencies for their efforts to secure peace in Bauchi State.

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Threatening teachers is not a way to build a strong education system. https://the-education-store.com/threatening-teachers-is-not-a-way-to-build-a-strong-education-system/ Sun, 27 Feb 2022 13:01:00 +0000 https://the-education-store.com/threatening-teachers-is-not-a-way-to-build-a-strong-education-system/ Threatening teachers is not a way to build a strong education system. (Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) Highland High School teacher Brock Edwards joins other educators, parents and public school advocates as they rally on the steps of the Utah Capitol on Tuesday, 22 February 2022. Advocates feel many anti-public school actions have […]]]>

Threatening teachers is not a way to build a strong education system.

(Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) Highland High School teacher Brock Edwards joins other educators, parents and public school advocates as they rally on the steps of the Utah Capitol on Tuesday, 22 February 2022. Advocates feel many anti-public school actions have been taken by the legislature this year.

Too many members of the Utah legislature fail to see that each new attack on the professionalism, independence and funding of state educators can only hurt the children who spend so much of their young lives in charge of these teachers.

Or maybe they see it, but they don’t care. Politicians and activists may simply have too much to gain from denigrating teachers and giving undeserved credence to wild rumors about nefarious happenings in classrooms, labs and libraries.

To hear some members of our political class say it, public schools are hotbeds of anti-Caucasian rebellion, communism and gay sex. Acting on the basis of these absurd beliefs is not only a waste of time and resources, it can only undermine public confidence in an institution that is at the heart of a civilized society.

It’s not that the answer to the many woes of public education is simply to spend more money on it. This is not the case. And it’s not that our schools don’t have, no less than any other human institution, problems, weak links, poor performance and a need for supervision. They do.

But there is a huge gap between reasonable legislative oversight and the current wave of right-wing activism that serves no purpose other than to get parents, taxpayers and employers to turn their backs on public education. and start putting their faith and our money into alternatives. Alternatives which, at best, will divert resources from the schools which will still have the task of educating the vast majority of our children and which, at worst, will seek to protect future generations from the understanding of the world that they will not only live in, but expected to run.

Heidi Matthews, president of the Utah Education Association, said 93% of its members plan to leave the profession after the current school year. It’s not just the poor pay, which has always been a given for Utah teachers, but the blatant disrespect from lawmakers, activists and far too many parents — most of whom have no idea. what happens in a school on a day-to-day basis. .

Even though Matthews’ figure is exaggerated, it still points to a problem that will cripple our public education system and handicap children in particular, as well as our culture and economy in general. A problem that will not be solved by harassing educators and cutting spending.

Utah is not alone in suffering from a decision by its politicians to win votes and raise funds by pretending to stand between innocent children and an education system that, in the feverish imaginations of these activists, exists to make white children feel inferior, to undermine their belief in the United States as perfect and unmatched, and to replace their parents’ morals and standards with an exotic belief system that involves many gender changes.

The 2022 session of the Utah legislature began with a reckless decision to cut more than $160 million in income tax revenue, the stream dedicated by the state Constitution to education. He then toyed with proposals to warn teachers that they can be hounded, fired, and even prosecuted for teaching truths about human behavior and American history that might make some overprotective parents uncomfortable. .

The good news is that these harassment bills appear to be stalled in committee. There’s also reason to hope that a new measure allowing parents to take taxpayers’ money with them if they choose to enroll their children in private schools – Rep. Candice Pierucci HB331 — can also get lost in the legislative process. And that, even if it passes, faces a probable and well-deserved veto from Governor Spencer Cox.

There are still possible victories for public education. One of them is a measure of Representative Steve Waldrip and Senator Ann miller – HB193 – This would put $47 million into an effort to provide full-day kindergarten in all public school districts in the state. The bill has already passed the House with a good margin and is also expected to be supported in the Senate.

Participation would be voluntary, but there is no doubt that a strengthened kindergarten can go a long way in preparing young children for the rest of their school careers. It is something that would make school more fluid for these children, their classmates, their teachers and the education system as a whole.

It is reasonable and appropriate to consider different ideas about how best to strengthen Utah’s public education system. They don’t all have to be very expensive, and they have to leave room for charter schools and other paths to innovation and alternatives.

But the Utahs should be in contact with their legislators and governorto let them know that every proposal for our schools should be aimed not at undermining our system but at building one that is stronger and better able to serve all children with a kaleidoscope of needs.

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Adaptive and social learning in the education sector will be the future catalyst for Egypt’s e-learning market: Ken Research https://the-education-store.com/adaptive-and-social-learning-in-the-education-sector-will-be-the-future-catalyst-for-egypts-e-learning-market-ken-research/ Tue, 22 Feb 2022 13:30:00 +0000 https://the-education-store.com/adaptive-and-social-learning-in-the-education-sector-will-be-the-future-catalyst-for-egypts-e-learning-market-ken-research/ GURUGRAM, India, February 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Introduction of hybrid channel business models: Due to the current COVID situations and its predictability in the future, hybrid business models are expected to thrive in the future. The online learning platform can start interacting with students through offline touchpoints – labs, group chats and more to bridge […]]]>

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Introduction of hybrid channel business models: Due to the current COVID situations and its predictability in the future, hybrid business models are expected to thrive in the future. The online learning platform can start interacting with students through offline touchpoints – labs, group chats and more to bridge the gap with traditional modes of learning. Online platforms should help offline professors assess students through in-depth online feedback. Also, these platforms can possibly help offline students in aspects like lesson planning and instructor selection.

Increase government initiatives: Government regulations such as the limitation of foreign ownership in the capital of private schools and schools applying an international curriculum in Egypt alongside the establishment of new procedures to streamline the licensing requirement for establishing a branch of a foreign university is expected to have an impact on the education system in Egypt.

Adoption of new technologies: Businesses have started adopting new technologies such as artificial intelligence, big data analytics, virtual labs, etc. The platform can provide profile-based personalized course suggestions to prospective students and allow students to make an informed choice on course content, course type and course duration. Additionally, course feedback can be obtained using facial cues captured during course delivery. All advancements in technology can revolutionize the e-learning market in the future.

Ken Research analysts in their latest publication Egypt E-Learning Market Outlook to 2025 – Driven by Easy, On-Demand Access to Content, Self-Paced Learning Opportunities, and Interactive and Modular Ways of Learning believe that the Egypt The e-learning market is expected to grow owing to the increasing acceptance of e-learning platforms by students and teachers, rising start-ups enjoying strong financial backing from large conglomerates as well as technological advancements.

Key Segments Covered

K-12 and Pre K-12 Online Learning Market

  • By type of subscriber (paid/free), 2020, 2021P and 2026F

Post K-12 Online Learning Market

  • By type of subscriber (paid/free), 2020,2021P and 2026F

Online and Casual Language Learning Market

  • By type of subscriber (paid/free), 2020,2021P and 2026F
  • By number of subscribers by type of language (English, French, German), 2021P and 2026F

LMS market

  • By end users (educational institutions/private companies), 2020, 2021P and 2026F
  • By number of schools using the LMS, 2020

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Key target audience

  • E-learning companies
  • LMS platforms
  • Language learning platforms
  • Institutes/Colleges
  • Schools
  • Government authority

Period entered in the report:

  • Historical period: 2018-2021P
  • Forecast period: 20201P-2026F

Companies mentioned:

K-12 Competition

  • Vidukation
  • Abwaab
  • Eduact
  • Ashtar App
  • Joinivy
  • Ideasgym
  • smart art
  • Nafham
  • noon academy
  • Edraak
  • Akhdar
  • Korra
  • Learn Khana
  • Darisni
  • Et3alem
  • Selah Wltelmeez
  • Hadotopia

United Arab Emirates K12 E-Learning Competitive Ecosystem

  • eYouth
  • Edraak
  • Zedny
  • E3melbusiness
  • Average
  • Waza Academy
  • Newton Educational Service
  • MDS Online Academy
  • Academix
  • RaqEdu
  • arabic cct
  • Academy of Kings

Language and casual learning

  • Novice
  • Oto course
  • Polilengua
  • arab academy
  • Nile Arabic Learning Center

SGA

  • Skolera
  • Edupoles
  • will classify
  • will innovate
  • Innovate
  • Clever
  • Learnovia
  • international tattoo
  • Blackboard

Main topics covered in the report:-

  • Overview of the Egyptian education industry
  • Sourcing ecosystem
  • Market size and segmentation of K-12 Learning
  • Market size and segmentation of post-K-12 learning
  • Market size and segmentation of the language and casual learning market
  • LMS market size
  • Competition scenario of all markets specified above
  • Working and business models operating in the online learning market in Egypt
  • Future market size and segmentation of K-12 learning
  • Future Market Size and Segmentation of Post-K-12 Learning
  • Future Market Size and Segmentation of the Language and Casual Learning Market
  • Future LMS market
  • In-depth case study for the major global e-learning market players. Discuss their service offerings, USPs, operational performance and key adoption drivers
  • Impact of COVID
  • Technological advances
  • Education budget in Egypt
  • Egyptian K-12 Market
  • LMS market in Egypt
  • Egyptian e-learning market
  • E-learning market share in Egypt
  • Egypt Post K-12 Learning Market
  • Egypt Pre-K-12 Learning Market
  • Egyptian K-12 and Pre K-12 Online Learning Market
  • Egypt Post K-12 E-Learning Market
  • Egyptian language learning and casual e-learning market
  • Vidukation K-12 Learning Market
  • Abwaab K-12 Learning Market
  • Eduact K-12 Learning Market
  • Ashtar App K-12 Learning Market
  • Smart Art K-12 Learning Market
  • Edraak K-12 Learning Market
  • Learn Khana K-12 Learning Market
  • Darisni K-12 Learning Market
  • Hadotopia K-12 Learning Market

For more information on the research report, refer to the link below:-

Egyptian e-learning market outlook

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A colossal undertaking: fixing the Nigerian education system https://the-education-store.com/a-colossal-undertaking-fixing-the-nigerian-education-system/ Wed, 16 Feb 2022 16:36:47 +0000 https://the-education-store.com/a-colossal-undertaking-fixing-the-nigerian-education-system/ We know that the educational system of each country has problems. By its very nature, public education will be of poor quality, even if it is well funded. We know this inherently when it comes to other products or services: every time you try to mass-produce something, the quality suffers. Individual tutoring and instruction yields […]]]>

We know that the educational system of each country has problems. By its very nature, public education will be of poor quality, even if it is well funded.

We know this inherently when it comes to other products or services: every time you try to mass-produce something, the quality suffers.

Individual tutoring and instruction yields by far the best results. But a country needs to reach millions of people and therefore cannot afford this luxury.

Nigeria is very far away and your own country probably knows its problems. Why should you care about the school system in that distant place, when your country probably has similar problems?

The main reason to care is that Nigeria’s obstacles are not unique. All the problems: underfunding, political conflicts and internal cultural clashes are universal. Most countries have them, and sadly, Nigeria has only eleven.

Even if you are not a humanitarian, sheer necessity would force you to be careful. There is a lot to learn from this situation because you never know when you will encounter similar problems.

Let’s take a look at the main factors that contribute to this massive crisis:

Lack of funding and infrastructure

There is serious mismanagement of resources and poor infrastructure that present barriers for young people trying to get an education.

The North simply does not have enough schools for the number of children who should be educated there. Many have to walk great distances every day just to get to the nearest school.

The South lacks conditions conducive to learning. For example, some schools do not have functional toilets or the number of teachers is too low.

Western children are used to teaching materials, televisions and computers, while their peers in southern Nigeria lack them.

Overall, there are almost not enough resources for everyone. The North is particularly affected, but the South has similar problems.

It’s no secret that during our early years, our families are our support structure. But what if our families can’t support us? Well, we lose our edge in life.

The northern half of the country has the lion’s share of out-of-school children. It is the poorer of the two regions, and it shows.

Many families live on the edge of survival, prioritizing food and water. They just can’t afford to invest money in uniforms, textbooks and any other related expenses especially since the families are rather large so they have to worry about sending more of a child at school.

When asked about the state of the education system, Nigerian officials tend to turn to issues such as insurgencies, nomadic living, theft and bandit-type activities, and religious extremism (Boko Haram).

All of these factors surely contribute to the problem. If an insurgent army thinks “education is bad” and walks around promoting its ideals, interest in education will diminish.

Moreover, if a child is part of a nomadic community, it will be impossible for him to attend the same school and receive an education. Nomads in general tend not to succeed in our modern societies based on massive centralized governments and sedentary life.

Depending on who you ask, this is by far the biggest problem. The government is not allocating enough resources to education, despite international warnings and advice.

Also, the money that is eventually donated can be stolen along the way. Grant and scholarship money is a common target for “misplacement”.

The education system is an investment in the future and offers few opportunities for politicians to get rich in the short term. There are almost no contracts and bribes, so schools will be ignored.

Currently, only 6% of the total budget is allocated. This is a tiny percentage, compared to the 26% recommended by Unesco.

It is very important to realize that, as stated earlier, the problems of Nigeria are the problems of the world. Your country may be doing well right now, but no one is on top forever. Human history will always know periods of abundance and periods of conflict, war and poverty.

If we build our school systems to be fragile and expensive, then we accept that education is only a luxury, not a basic right. A good education system must be disaster-proof and able to function with minimal resources.

The only reason this particular country stands out is because of the extent to which the problems manifest.

We need to make sure we are discussing solutions (plural). There is no single action or single problem that can solve such a massive undertaking.

Before the invention of gunpowder weapons, only nobles were good fighters. Armor, weapons, horses, banners, jousting and other necessities were simply beyond the reach of ordinary people.

Then the gun arrived. With just two weeks of training, an average Joe could learn to shoot and defeat a knight. The gun was an equalizer.

Internet too. If you work and come home exhausted, often neglecting household chores because of that exhaustion, when will you ever have time to educate yourself?

Classes are held at strict times, by certain people, in certain buildings (Universities), for which a request must be made. In contrast, the Internet allows you to buy courses for a hundredth of the price and browse them whenever you have free time.

Is it easy? No. Online education has proven to be worse than in-person classes. But is it possible?

The answer is yes. It is much more difficult to learn from a laptop than from a teacher, but it is not impossible. Ten thousand human lives would not be enough to sift through all the information available online.

Smart devices are getting very cheap and the internet seems to be the only short-term solution.

As a citizen of Nigeria or any other country, you live in a system that you did not create. For better or for worse, you were born there.

You, the student, cannot control who is responsible, how much money is spent on your education, or what war is going on. Moreover, even if a solution is found, by the time it is implemented, it will be too late for you personally.

As mentioned, the internet can be a great equalizer. It’s cheap and hard to learn online, but it can be done. Meanwhile, on a large scale, political action must be taken to get rid of corruption.

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NSW Education had an unknown vulnerability in the hacked system – Security https://the-education-store.com/nsw-education-had-an-unknown-vulnerability-in-the-hacked-system-security/ Tue, 15 Feb 2022 01:30:00 +0000 https://the-education-store.com/nsw-education-had-an-unknown-vulnerability-in-the-hacked-system-security/ Last year, hackers exploited an unknown vulnerability to gain access to a NSW Department of Education system and stole the names and email addresses of an undisclosed number of people. The NSW Department of Education took nearly seven months to complete an “extremely complex and time-consuming” forensic examination of its systems and the attack, which […]]]>

Last year, hackers exploited an unknown vulnerability to gain access to a NSW Department of Education system and stole the names and email addresses of an undisclosed number of people.

The NSW Department of Education took nearly seven months to complete an “extremely complex and time-consuming” forensic examination of its systems and the attack, which took place in early July 2021.

It is unclear which specific education system was initially compromised to grant the attackers access.

However, the ministry has now revealed that the system contains “a vulnerability that [it] didn’t know.”

Its security team also observed the attack in progress and decided to stop the data exfiltration.

“The department’s IT and security teams detected the attack while it was in progress and stopped the data transfer,” he said in a recently posted FAQ.

However, the attackers were still able to get away with the names and addresses of an unknown number of people, which Education said it had started notifying.

Preliminary investigations in the weeks following the attack indicated that “some information, including contact details, may have been compromised”.

Education Secretary Georgina Harrisson said no passwords, bank records, credit or debit card numbers, financial records, government IDs or health records were accessed.

“Based on this investigation, the data collected during the attack was limited to personal information such as names and email addresses,” Harrisson said.

“Thanks to the robust IT measures required of all government departments in NSW, [Education] was able to spot the attack in progress and take immediate action to block it.

The ministry declined to reveal how many people were caught in the incident.

The attack forced Education to disable several computer systems for days to protect the data of other students and staff.

Online portals used by both staff and students, staff email and staff intranet were all impacted, but were back up and running for the start of the school term.

The department continues to work with the Australian Center for Cyber ​​Security, the NSW Information and Privacy Commissioner and the NSW Police to investigate the attack.

Those affected by the incident can access assistance through a dedicated call center, which has been set up by the department to provide assistance.

More than 94,000 teachers and other staff are employed by the department, according to a Snapshot 2021.

Compared to attacks on other NSW government entities, Service NSW took five months to begin notifying customers affected by a phishing attack on staff.

This attack exposed the personal information of 103,000 people, down from initial estimates of 186,000.

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The definition of success in Singapore’s education system needs to change: Chan Chun Sing https://the-education-store.com/the-definition-of-success-in-singapores-education-system-needs-to-change-chan-chun-sing/ Thu, 10 Feb 2022 03:50:39 +0000 https://the-education-store.com/the-definition-of-success-in-singapores-education-system-needs-to-change-chan-chun-sing/ SINGAPORE – The pace of acquiring skills and new knowledge must accelerate as Singaporeans face the reality of having to change jobs every five years, Education Minister Chan Chun Sing has said. He added that about 20 to 25 percent of Singapore’s local workforce, which numbers about three million people, might need upskilling every year, […]]]>

SINGAPORE – The pace of acquiring skills and new knowledge must accelerate as Singaporeans face the reality of having to change jobs every five years, Education Minister Chan Chun Sing has said.

He added that about 20 to 25 percent of Singapore’s local workforce, which numbers about three million people, might need upskilling every year, or about half a million adult workers every year.

To do this, the definition of success for the education system must change, Chan said in a keynote address at the 2022 Straits Times Education Forum on the changing role of universities.

The forum was held in partnership with the Singapore Management University (SMU) on Thursday 10 February.

Mr Chan said: “The definition of the success of our education system cannot simply be how we produce a cohort of 30-40,000 students each year for the job market. It should be how which we do, plus retraining and upgrading about half a million adult learners each year.

Mr. Chan then detailed four points on which the education system must change to achieve this new objective.

He said, “First of all, we have to let go of the concept that we can never be done with learning.”

No amount of early education can prepare Singaporeans for work, he added, and only lifelong learning can help keep them up to date for the rest of their lives.

Second, Singapore must abandon the idea that there is a predefined path to success.

He said: “Success is never static. It does not matter how many of our students in a particular cohort attend universities and polytechnics or the Institute of Technical Education at any given time in their lives.

“It matters more, much more, how many of our students can acquire the appropriate degrees, diplomas, post-graduate degrees and even stackable modules and micro-titles throughout and at relevant times in their lives, to meet their ever-changing needs throughout their life cycle.”

Mr Chan added that a “lifetime participation rate” in training and education is a more apt description of what the education system wants to achieve as a whole, rather than the current practice of measuring rates. of participation of cohorts in the various institutes of higher education here.

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School sports tournaments remain suspended, Ministry of Education to revise guidelines next week https://the-education-store.com/school-sports-tournaments-remain-suspended-ministry-of-education-to-revise-guidelines-next-week/ Mon, 31 Jan 2022 20:57:01 +0000 https://the-education-store.com/school-sports-tournaments-remain-suspended-ministry-of-education-to-revise-guidelines-next-week/ (UPDATE: Jan. 31 at 10:05 a.m.) – Although provincial guidelines changed on Tuesday to allow youth sports tournaments to resume, the Department of Education said school sports tournaments will remain suspended for the time being. “We recognize the importance of sports to students and school communities,” the ministry told NowMedia in an emailed statement. “Currently, […]]]>

(UPDATE: Jan. 31 at 10:05 a.m.) – Although provincial guidelines changed on Tuesday to allow youth sports tournaments to resume, the Department of Education said school sports tournaments will remain suspended for the time being.

“We recognize the importance of sports to students and school communities,” the ministry told NowMedia in an emailed statement.

“Currently, school districts are working to ensure that all students have access to in-person learning, which is crucial for children’s intellectual, social and emotional well-being.”

Although tournaments remain suspended, the ministry said student-athletes are still able to participate in games and individual competitions at this time.

Next week, the ministry will meet with the Provincial K-12 Steering Committee, made up of educators, parents, support workers, school leaders, counsellors, Indigenous rights holders and experts. in public health.

The Steering Committee will review current guidelines for school sports tournaments.

“We have worked closely with Public Health and BC School Sports to ensure that we can keep students and staff safe and healthy as we continue to navigate through the Omicron wave of the pandemic,” explained the Ministry.

“We are grateful for the extraordinary work undertaken at this time by everyone in our education system to ensure the continuity of student learning.”

On Friday, BC School Sports revealed the ministry’s decision to suspend school sports tournaments. The organization said it was “stunned by the decision”.

“There has been a commitment this year to ensure club and community access to sport remains equal to school sport,” a BCSS statement read.

“To have this decision made at such a critical time of year is disheartening to everyone involved in school sport and continues to threaten and erode the long-term health and sustainability of school sport.”

BCSS said it will not cancel any provincial events and will continue to schedule these tournaments, along with any variable contingencies that may be required.


(Original story: January 28 at 4:25 p.m.) – On Tuesday, provincial health officer Dr Bonnie Henry said the restriction on youth sports tournaments would be lifted from February 1.

“I know it’s an important time of year for many different sports, especially team sports, and we’ve been working with the organizers and with viaSport to make sure it can be done safely.” , she said during a live. Report.

While this seemed like exciting news for parents and children, it quickly became apparent that this might not mean that all youth sports tournaments would return.

BC School Sports (BCSS) took to social media shortly after Tuesday’s briefing to say that current preventive measures for K-12 require after-school sports tournaments to remain on hiatus.

“We have already had discussions with the Ministry of Education and hope to have more clarity on school sports tournaments by Friday,” BCSS wrote.

Friday came around and a decision was made, but it was not at all what BCSS, parents and young athletes were hoping for.

“We have been in contact several times this week to provide critical information on the importance of these events and the tight timelines due to upcoming zonal and provincial events,” a BCSS statement said.

“We communicated that having to adapt zone events would have a significant impact on direct financial costs for children and their families, costs for schools, the impact on missed school time or events that may not even happen. produce at all.”

BCSS added that it expressed concern about the immense cost student-athletes have already felt over the past 24 months, but that did not change the decision.

“Unfortunately, the Department of Education has made the decision to keep the K12 Guidelines Addendum in place without change, which means that all school sports tournaments are still prohibited,” the BCSS statement explained.

“We are amazed by this decision, as a commitment has been made this year to ensure that access to club and community sport remains equal to school sport, and that this decision is made at such a critical time in the year is disheartening for everyone involved in school sport and continues to threaten and erode the long-term health and sustainability of school sport.

The reasoning behind the decision is unclear and NowMedia did not receive a response to its request for comment from the department earlier this afternoon.

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“We will continue to strongly advocate for the return of school sports tournaments and share the frustration no doubt felt by student-athletes, coaches, parents and fans across the province,” the BCSS statement concluded.

“At this time, we are not canceling provincial events and continue to plan for these events, as well as variable contingencies that may be required. We will update membership as more information becomes available.

NowMedia will update this story if and when more information becomes available from the Department of Education.

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