The Omnibus Bill: A Controversial Shift for Argentina’s Science and Education Systems

The new Omnibus Bill proposed in Argentina aims to significantly alter various aspects of the country’s social, economic, environmental, and institutional life. Among these broad strategic changes are profound modifications to the higher education and science and technology systems. Section 3 of the bill, as currently drafted by the majority, specifies which state agencies cannot […]

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Enhancements Underway for Special Education Support in Shropshire

Health organizations and the local authority in Shropshire are making strides in enhancing support for children and youths with Special Education Needs and Disabilities (SEND), as stated in a recent report. The Department for Education and NHS England conducted a six-month progress assessment of the Accelerated Progress Plan, acknowledging robust intentions from officer leadership and […]

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Anticipated Decline: UK Pisa Education Study Scores Expected to Diminish

The UK is bracing for a probable dip in its standings in the Programme for International Student Assessment (Pisa) rankings, which evaluate the educational achievements of 15-year-olds worldwide. Anticipated to be released this week by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the results are expected to reflect the disruptive impact of the COVID-19 […]

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Doubts Raised by Experts on Effectiveness of Music Education Plan

Revival of Music Education in Schools Faces Challenges, Experts Warn As the September deadline looms for schools to unveil their “music development plan,” subject experts are cautioning that the government’s efforts to revitalize music education will fall short without additional training, funding, and specialized teachers. The national music education plan, introduced last year, calls for […]

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Budget Blow: Schools to Receive Only Half of Previous Funding for Shared Education

Schools in Northern Ireland will experience a significant reduction in funding for shared education programs starting from September. The funding cut of 50% will affect hundreds of schools that participate in shared education initiatives, where students from diverse backgrounds and different schools come together for joint classes and activities. The Education Authority (EA) cited the […]

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