The first imperative for South Africans is to embrace this new and radical disruption to both education and the workplace. Teachers and schools cannot simply ignore or block access to these systems that have been let loose on our students. There is no way to block or mitigate this kind of technology, nor is this […]
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Rohtak, June 30
Shortly after the withdrawal of a letter directing the state universities to be self-reliant instead of depending on the government for funds, the Haryana Government is under fire for issuing another letter mandating the presence of government observers in the recruitment process of the universities.
Assault on autonomy
The decision is a direct […]
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The State Board of Educations review of an embattled educational grant program found that less than 1% of total purchases made under it were ineligible.
The internal review, released Friday afternoon, is separate from the independent review that Gov. Brad Little requested earlier this month; Little wrote to board of education leaders asking for […]