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Education officials to be disciplined

EDUCATION officials named in the Debelle inquiry will receive "please explain letters" - the first step towards disciplinary action that could include sacking.

Ala. education officials probe college readiness

Ala. education officials probe college readiness Deputy Superintendent of Education, Sherrill Parris, told The Times Daily of Florence ( the amount of students who graduated high school and needed remedial course work factored into Plan 2020 — a statewide initiative to improve education over the next seven years. Parris and executive director of the Alabama Commission on ...

Mindanao Newsbits for July 8, 2013

EDUCATION DRIVEGeneral Santos City - City Mayor Ronnel C. Rivera is set to call for a city-wide education summit in a bid to strengthen his administration's campaign for quality but affordable education. Speaking before the officers and members of Parents-Teachers-Community Association, and students of the Cahilsot Elementary School in Barangay Calumpang, he said the education summit will pave ...

Lanka, the hub of international education by 2020

The Higher Education Ministry has formulated a National Higher Education Strategic Management Plan for Sri Lanka as a Mid Term Plan covering years 2012 to 2015 to make Sri Lanka an international hub of excellence in higher education by 2020.

Mo. House panel to consider education issues

Mo. House panel to consider education issues Associated Press Copyright 2013 Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Updated 9:37 am, Saturday, July 6, 2013 Committee members could review student transfers after the Missouri Supreme Court last month upheld a 20-year-old state law that requires unaccredited school ...

Education chief: We will fix failings

EDUCATION Department chief Keith Bartley says failings will be fixed in following the Debelle inquiry report into mishandling of child sex abuse cases in SA public schools.

Education under huge pressure to cut costs – Woods

Documents released by Treasury confirm the Government is dampening demand for tertiary education to balance the books, says Labour’s Tertiary Education spokesperson Megan Woods. "The documents note that ‘even if pressures are scaled back and more aggressive savings options are taken, the savings generated in Budget 2013 in 2015/16 and 2016/17, would not be sufficient to address the funding gap ...