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Government to establish Girls’ STEM SHS in Accra – Adutwum

Business Ghana 28 Jul 2021
The 12.6 acres of land will also be used for the construction of a world-class campus for AIMS to nurture Ghana and Africa’s talented female students from SHS to tertiary in STEM-related fields of study ... contributed by students who acquired tertiary education of over 55 per cent.

Why private capital shies away from stundent housing

Business Day Online 28 Jul 2021
Though student housing in Nigeria has seen private capital injection, investment interest remains low given the size of opportunities in the sector as reflected in the level of demand and annual yield ... Here are 3 major reasons student housing is next destination for investors ... These opportunities cut across countries in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Tanyigbe SHS receives support from Ho Central MP

Ghana News Agency 28 Jul 2021
Mr Kpodo implored the students to be obedient and committed to their ... The Headmaster described the support as timely as they prepared the final year students for the forthcoming West Africa Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).

Schooling and Covid: A new UN report tracks adaptations in education in 142 countries

Mail Guardian South Africa 28 Jul 2021
Already disadvantaged before the pandemic, these students feel left out and do not want to return out of fear they will be unable catch up ... In Mozambique, for example, thousands of students without computers received their lessons from their teachers on TV ... disadvantaged students.

Two Ateneo teams reach WUDC 2021 finals, named among best speakers

The Manila Times 28 Jul 2021
Ignacio Villareal of Economics Class 2021 was in 3rd place with 748 points; Mikko Vitug, Applied Mathematics (Finance) student, was in 4th place with 744 points; David Africa, Applied Mathematics (Data Science), had 740 points in 7th place; and Luigi Alca�eses, Management Engineering and Economics Class 20201, was in 8th place with 736 points.

The Myth of ‘Occupied Palestinian Territories’: Part Two

The American Spectator 28 Jul 2021
Even though half Israel’s population are darker-skinned Sephardic Jews from North Africa, Woke professors in the West tell their students that the country is White ... Woke professors tell their students about “Palestinian refugee camps” with nary a word about Jewish refugees.

Preparing tomorrow’s workforce for a W.I.S.E.R. Ghana: An Interview with Tommy Zhou, Managing Director, Huawei Ghana

B & FT Online 28 Jul 2021
In the global finals of the 2018/2019 Huawei ICT Competition, three students from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in Ghana qualified to represent Africa at the Global finals of the competition and performed impressively against their counterparts ...

Welcome Home Veterans Celebration returns for 2021

Knoxville Daily Sun 28 Jul 2021
The General Tommy Franks Mobile Classroom & Road Show is a mobile museum designed to enhance and enrich the learning experience of students. Exhibits include cultural, social and geographical items and information from 25 countries from Africa, the Middle East and South Central ...

Berkeley College Names Global Strategist and Entrepreneur Busie Matsiko-Andan to Board of Trustees

Tyler Morning Telegraph 27 Jul 2021
“It is an honor to serve Berkeley College students.” said Matsiko-Andan ... Born in South Africa to Ugandan and South African parents, Matsiko-Andan said she was drawn to Berkeley College because the institution provided an environment where students of diverse backgrounds could thrive ... My advice to students is to be authentic.

POJOBA holds career clinic for students

Business Ghana 27 Jul 2021
The Pope John Old Boys Association (POJOBA) has organised a career clinic and mentorship programme for students of the School ... Dr Herman Yobo Addae, Chief Executive Officer of Lead-it Africa, said the programme was designed to give early mentorship to students to guide their career paths in the subjects they chose to study.

Children’s education in sub-Saharan Africa cannot wait

Mail Guardian South Africa 27 Jul 2021
For Gomes’s great-grandchildren, and tens of millions of children in sub-Saharan Africa, not going to school is a double penalty ... For Gomes’s family, as for the vast majority of families in sub-Saharan Africa, school closures have dire consequences ... In sub-Saharan Africa, they are even worse.

Angélique Kidjo puts Africa at the centre

Mail Guardian South Africa 27 Jul 2021
Born just a fortnight before Dahomey, present-day Benin, gained independence from France in August 1960, Beninese artist Angélique Kidjo says she was “born in a storm” of independence that blew across Africa in the year of her birth. Seventeen African nations gained independence in the “year of Africa”, 1960 ... Africa is always at the centre.

Northern Nigeria state suspends schools due to insecurity

Reuters 27 Jul 2021
KADUNA, Nigeria, July 26 (Reuters) - The northern Nigerian state of Kaduna has suspended all schooling due to insecurity, state officials said on Monday, amid a spate of student kidnappings in the region that has rocked Africa's most populous country.

A systemic analysis of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on refugees, migrants and asylum seekers in Cyprus: Part II - The Survey

Reliefweb 27 Jul 2021
The survey was conducted from September to late December 2020, with approximately 180 RMAs and international students as respondents ... The respondents (mainly international students from Africa) saw major disruptions to their education, affected mostly by the financial impacts of the pandemic.

Tomorrow’s engineering innovators uncovered by The Big Bang 2021

The Engineer 27 Jul 2021
Kaede Sugano, a Year 12 student from Rugby School was crowned GSK UK Young Engineer of the Year for her project, ‘RIHLA’ ... One of the youngest winners was Serena Jacobs a year 9 student ... The winner of the intermediate engineering category was awarded to Ludovica Knight, a year 10 student from Eastbourne.

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