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Shue Yan University moves liberal arts education into digital age, as more Hong Kong schools emphasize tech

Shue Yan University is taking its liberal arts programme into the digital age with new advanced technology laboratories and degree programmes to help Hong Kong students prepare for the jobs of the future (SCMP). . . .

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UK: Covid-19: Gove 'confident' schools can reopen in England

Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove has said he is "confident" the staggered return to secondary schools in England can go ahead as planned. But the majority of secondary school pupils in England are due to begi . . .

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Why continued school suspensions will impact less privileged students the most

Students from lower socioeconomic backgrounds have faced the greatest challenges during school suspension – their needs were unsuited for the overnight switch to remote learning. The most recent set of  . . .

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Hong Kong teachers come up with video clips to help deaf students with online learning amid Covid-19 pandemic

Two Hong Kong teachers have come up with video clips to make economics classes fun and easy for hundreds of deaf students preparing for university entrance exams amid a lack of suitable online resources and widesp . . .

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US: 27% of teachers are considering quitting because of Covid, survey finds

A very worrying report for the US reported on CNBC.  If these figures do actually result in nearly 30% of teachers in the US leaving the profession the implications for education in the US will go long past t . . .

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UK: More than 85 per cent of university students want full or partial tuition fee refund, survey suggests

It is not surprising that many university students do not feel they are getting the full value of their fees that they are paying for their course.  Studying at home online is not what students were expecting . . .

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Hong Kong's declining pupil performance in global Maths and science study triggers Education Bureau review

Hong Kong pupils’ mathematics and science performance has declined according to a major international study, with secondary students posting the city’s worst results in more than two decades in the lat . . .

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US colleges report a 43% decline in new international student enrollment, and not just because of the pandemic

The Conversation reports how, for the fourth year in a row, the number of international students enrolled at U.S. colleges and universities has declined. The Trump administration has tightened restricti . . .

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