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1st May 1942. 'Education' for All?

Welcome to the Month of May

From the goddess Maia, called Mains in the Julian Calendar, when it had 31 days, the same as the Republican Calendar. 519 more words

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Amazing: Muslims Get So Sick And Tired Of Jihadists That They Take Sacred Muslim Texts And Burn Them In Public View

Original post from Shoebat.com

‘…………By Walid Shoebat

Muslims worldwide are up in arms. The Undersecretary of the Ministry of Education in Giza, Egypt, Buthaina Kishk had enough with Islamic Jihadi books that go against nationalism in Egypt so she decided to have a bonfire and invited teachers to participate in burning all of the Islamic books in the Giza pyramid area as a spark to encourage Muslims worldwide that many Muslims just had enough with the Muslim Brotherhood. 225 more words


Rogue Teachers Unions' a threat to education in Kenya

In June 22nd of 2000, Kitutu Masaba Member of Parliament George Moseti Anyona, wanted the ministry of education to table in parliament
a. Fee guidelines in all public schools for year 2000… 493 more words


Managing public sector management

Managers managing managers managing. That’s the populist stereotype many people outside of government have about government. It’s the classic image of four municipal employees standing around supervising one guy dig a hole while a police officer directs traffic. 1,161 more words


Charter Schools: The Shroud of Secrecy continues, by Bill Courtney

We have written before about the “Shroud of Secrecy” surrounding NZ’s charter schools.

The Ministry of Education finally released the ERO Readiness Review of the Whangaruru charter school in February 2015, one complete year after the school opened. 649 more words

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Special-needs preschool program to close; families have nowhere to turn

Windsor’s only preschool special-needs child care facility will close after 37 years in operation due to a change in provincial funding.

The John McGivney Children’s Centre Preschool Program ends Aug. 850 more words