Many years ago, as a full-time undergraduate psychology student in the last semester before earning my college degree, I was an expectant mother of a daughter born one month after commencement. 881 more words
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As far as National education budgets are concerned, teacher organisations get what it costs the government to get them off its back.
That cost was obviously nothing, as the school allocation is going from $13.9 billion to $14.2 billion; a 2.2 per cent increase that fails to fund enough to keep up with school rolls – so a decrease. 545 more words
National: Smoke and mirrors? Part 1
This posting (Parts 1 and 2) will explain why Nationals heavy-handed ‘tail’ and assessment policies will not only fail in their specific objectives but also have a serious effect on an already tense and unsettled teaching environment. 827 more words
Researcher Charles Leadbeater points out that most of the population growth in the next 50 years will be in inner city slums in developing nation, creating a new educational challenge. 67 more words
Over the last couple of months, I collected reports, evaluations, journal articles, and newspaper articles related to the School Sector Reform Plan (SSRP) – Nepal’s largest national education reform. 905 more words