A new law has been signed in the Philippines to extend the basic education curriculum.
President Benigno Aquino signed the Enhanced Basic Education Act of 2012 after five years of preparation.
Young people in the UK are reading more via electronic devices than traditional books, says a new study.
The Literacy Trust surveyed the reading habits of 34,910 young people aged between eight and 16.
There has been a rise in the number of degree courses in English universities left unfilled.Read more
Indian students still favour Australia as a place to study overseas, according to a new poll.Read more
Apple has lost its status as the world’s most valuable company as its share price dips.Read more
Rwanda is to open its newest university for the academic year 2013-14.Read more
No up-to-date record of the number of pupils in South Africa who have received school textbooks exists.Read more
Educational software manufacturers have much to do to keep schools up to date with changing technologies.Read more
Spain has the highest school dropout rate in the European Union, according to new statistics.Read more
Using iPads in class in primary schools could help boys to engage more, indicates new research.Read more
A significant percentage of secondary school teachers in Sweden do not have the correct qualifications.Read more
Protests have been held in New Zealand over proposed changes to the country’s Education Act.Read more
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