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Long distance learning to benefit few students-activist

Author: Jale Richard | Published: Thursday, May 7, 2020

A human rights activist has criticized the Long Distance Learning initiative by the Ministry of General Education, saying it will benefit...

Author: Jale Richard | Published: Friday, April 17, 2020

Students in Ethiopia angry over $ 3million relief

Author: Jale Richard | Published: Thursday, April 9, 2020

Students to get distance learning lessons

Published: Thursday, April 9, 2020

Students to get distance learning lessons

Published: Friday, April 3, 2020

Teachers to receive incentives next week

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PLE 2019 begins

Over 50,000 pupils begun their Primary Leaving Examinations across the country on Monday morning. (more…)

UNESCO launches education for cattle keepers

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, UNESCO has introduced a mobile technology project to provide literacy...

More female teachers could discourage early marriage – Unicef

The UN children’s agency, Unicef, has encouraged women to join in the teaching profession as a means of motivating more girls to enroll ...

Prof. Akech warns of industrial action

The Vice Chancellor of the University of Juba has warned concerned government institutions of industrial action over delay in ...

Saudia Arabia donates dates to Upper Nile schools

The United Nations World Food Program says it has today received a contribution of fruits from Saudi Arabia for use in its school feeding ...

Poor diets fail children – report

A high number of children under the age of five is suffering from the physical consequences of poor diets and a food system that is failing...

Schools continue to lose trained teachers – MP

More teachers are likely to leave the teaching profession due to little pay and its irregular payment, a member of the Transitional...

Jonglei to refund the wronged teachers

The government of Jonglei State has promised to refund the teachers after it mismanaged their motivational cash. (more…)

Teachers & learners to benefit from $17 million grant

South Sudan and African Development Bank have signed a grant agreement worth 17.7 million dollars aimed at improving the education sector...

Students deprived of lectures after addressing media

Students of public health at the Upper Nile University say the administration has deprived them of lectures in retaliation for speaking to...

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