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The education of some 760,000 children with disabilities has been inconsistent at best since campuses shut down in March.
It takes Franky Collin Kulam one-and-a-half hours of driving through challenging road conditions to reach SK Buayan in Penampang to send much-needed learning materials to his students, but he does not mind at all.
When lockdowns cancelled classes at Greece’s Avlona Special Youth Detention Center school, the prison’s students had no way to continue learning, until a teacher created a dedicated TV channel to broadcast their classes.
Minds and policies about safety precautions can change so Contradictheory columnist Dzof Azmi says: Let’s work together and be safe.
This Fifth Former confides in Thelma that he is so fearful about not getting good grades in the SPM, which will affect his plans for the future, that he is contemplating drastic action.
A movement started by a social enterprise in Malaysia hopes to facilitate media literacy from young.
The writer pays tribute to a Kirkby-trained teacher who became a Buddhist interpreter extraordinaire. He passed away on April 18 at age 88.
The sexual values of Vietnam's young population have vaulted the conservative barriers of a Communist country, with dating apps, condoms and abortion pills easily available.
Post-Covid-19 and the world wants to move online. But technology is a part of the puzzle, not the solution.