The investment in and adaptation to newer technology has become one of the biggest hurdles in shifting to remote learning.
On Dec 6, international students will finally return to Sydney on a charter flight as part of a trial scheme to revive Australia's education sector
Among several measures that will be taken to help at-risk students are counselling and instruction in relaxation and mindfulness techniques to help them cope.
Officials said primary school students will learn about concepts including puberty and sex
Nadiem, the only millennial in President Joko Widodo’s Cabinet has set off a moral panic among conservative Indonesians
The new regulation will serve as a guideline for universities in preventing and handling cases of sexual violence
China passes new law limiting prohibiting parents from putting too much academic pressure on young children
The new law takes effect on Jan 1 and will place responsibility on parents and guardians for children's education.
Vientiane plans to enrol close to 1,000 students initially.
Malaysia will embark on a special recruitment drive to recruit teachers for four states facing a shortage, the Education Minister has announced.
The government has decided to postpone the exams by slightly over two weeks given the state of partial lockdown in the country.