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March 2019 - Beverly Hills, CA

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Number of Aborigines Studying at Universities Are Rising

The number of Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders attending university or other tertiary institutions in Australia has more than doubled over the past 10 years. To read more, click here.



Promoting French Language

The government of Ghana wants to include the promotion of the learning of the French language in basic schools and across all other levels of learning, as part of a general reform of Ghana’s education sector. To read more, click here


Dr. Ahmadreza Djalali, sentenced to death


University Collaborations with Iran at Risk

Universities have warned that cooperation agreements with Iranian universities could be put at risk by the conviction and death sentence in Iran of Iranian-Swedish academic Ahmadreza Djalali, in a significant stepping up of pressure on Iranian authorities by universities in Europe and elsewhere. To read more, click here



Students Given Option to Present a Start-Up Instead of Thesis

Students at all Russian universities are to be allowed the option of presenting a start-up that they have launched instead of submitting a traditional masters thesis, the Russian Ministry of Science and Higher Education has announced. To read more, click here


High school and middle school examinations at the schools of the Free Hama Directorate, rural Hama – June 19, 2018 (Enab Baladi)


The Ministry of Education under the Syrian Interim Government (operating in parallel with the Ministry of Education of Syrian Arab Republic) announced on March 11th that its Diplomas are being recognized by several European universities, in UK, Germany and Sweden. To read more, click here.



ASU Offers Classes to Refugees through Education for Humanity

First launched in 2017, Arizona State University’s “Education for Humanity” spans across multiple countries and seeks to provide education to displaced learners. The program offers online classes from topics on learning to teacher training, and is most often utilized by students ages 18 to 35. To read more, click here


Jamie Dimon of JPMorgan


JPMorgan Bets Millions on Community Colleges

The global financial services firm recently announced $350 million over five years for postsecondary education and training in high-demand fields such as information technology, health care and advanced manufacturing. The money follows a similarly targeted $250 million over the last five years, bringing the company’s investment in career education to $600 million. To read more, click here.


Photo Credit: Concytec Perú.


Science Brain Drain Threatens Research

The talent drain in Venezuela is seriously affecting science, technology, and research in the country, experts warn, leaving it without a critical mass of researchers and scientists that would be difficult to restore without international cooperation. To read more, click here.


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Overseas Perspective on the U.S. Admissions Scandal

Corruption in America’s education system is not new. The latest happening, however, reveals the determination of the state to stem the tide. The older generation is wont to say that today’s students are lazy and are adept at cheating during exams but the history of cheating in exams is as old as Nigeria. To learn more, click


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