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Malaysia national test papers leaked on social media, almost half a million students to resit exams

September 13, 2014 - 11:12 am in Asia, EdNews, MAIN, Politics, World

  ASIA / Malaysia - The country's biggest examination leak has affected almost half a million students, as investigations continue. Examination papers leaked online before test According to it's Education Ministry's press release, the Science examination…

UK: International students should not be considered immigrants

August 26, 2014 - 5:01 pm in EdNews, MAIN, Politics, U.K., World

  WORLD / U.K. - Students entering into the UK to study, have long been classified in the same category as people coming for other reasons such as…

Malaysian teacher transferred to another school for anti-government Facebook post

July 27, 2014 - 3:34 pm in Asia, EdNews, MAIN, Politics, World

  ASIA / Malacca, Malaysia - A teacher has been transferred from a school 2 kilometres from her home, to one than is 27 kilometres. This, after she…

Nicky Morgan backs Gove’s education policies, will be “nice” to teachers

July 21, 2014 - 5:14 pm in EdNews, MAIN, Politics, U.K., World

  WORLD / U.K. - New Education Secretary said she will be "nice" to teachers,  effectively ending the strained relations between the education department and institutions. Previously regarded by the former Education Secretary Michael Gove and his allies…

How will Nicky Morgan tackle the Trojan Horse plot saga?

July 20, 2014 - 3:35 pm in EdNews, MAIN, Politics, U.K., World

  U.K. / Birmingham - The new Education Secretary Nicky Morgan has her job cut out. Since the leaked letter on Operation Trojan Horse was reported by the BBC, extensive investigations led by Peter Clarke,  the former counter-terrorism chief, concluded…

Alleged Corruption in Pakistan: Five education officials arrested

July 18, 2014 - 8:42 am in Asia, Crime, EdNews, Politics, World

  WORLD / Gilgit, Pakistan - Five officials from the Gilgit-Baltistan Education Department have been arrested on charges of embezzlement. This comes on the back of the mass sacking of illegally-hired teachers in March, where 180 teachers were sacked and…

Michael Gove demoted? David Cameron says no

July 17, 2014 - 4:07 am in EdNews, MAIN, Politics, U.K., World

  UK - Michael Gove is now Chief Whip. In a surprising cabinet shuffle, David Cameron has removed Gove from his position as the Education Secretary and installed him as the new Commons Chief Whip. Reports have suggested the education industry welcomed…

Extra pay for advanced degrees? No way, say some schools

July 14, 2014 - 4:06 am in EdNews, MAIN, Politics, U.S., World

  U.S / Dallas, TX - Two largest school districts in Texas is stopping the practice of increasing teachers' salary just because they have advanced degrees. Houston and Dallas were the latest two districts following North Carolina where pegging pay packages…

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