Schooling: Unnoh towards the ban on enrollment in seventh grade in any respect excessive faculties in Haiti

P-to-P, June 7, 2022 [AlterPresse] — The National Union of Normalists and Normalists Haiti (Unnoh) criticizes the unilateral decision of the Ministry of National Education and Training (Menfp) to ban 7th grade enrollment in all secondary schools, starting in academic year 2022-2023, according to information obtained online AlterPresse agency. “We at Unnoh level think that … Read more

“Drastic restriction of college at house is a blow to freedom”

FIGAROVOX / INTERVIEW – The choice of the executive to subject home education to prior authorization is tantamount to a hidden ban, says Jean-Baptiste Maillard, Secretary-General of “Education for Freedom”. Jean-Baptiste Maillard is the Secretary-General “Freedom education», an association for the defense of parents who have chosen home education for their children. Published September 1 … Read more

College of Morocco or “science” approximation: Uncompromising analysis

For several months or even years, there has been a discussion about the Moroccan university (its role, its structures, the laws it governs, the status of teachers and students, the aims and content of teaching and training, etc.) and its possible reform. Regular articles and reports from various fields contribute to this discussion. Rare are … Read more

“The struggle for freedom of dwelling schooling has solely simply begun”

FIGAROVOX / TRIBUNE – Article 49 of the Republican Principles Act, which tightens the conditions for exemption from home education, is due to appear in early February. Jean-Baptiste Maillard, on behalf of freedom of education, is calling on the government to abandon this measure. Jean-Baptiste Maillard is the Secretary-General “Freedom education», an association for the … Read more

Vietnam considers educating youngsters a precedence Firm

Hanoi (VNA) – Vietnam has 94.4% of its children with access to education. It is one of the 26 pioneering countries of the Global Alliance 8.7 to eliminate forced labor, modern-day slavery, human trafficking and child labor. Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh at the grand opening of the month’s children’s event. Photo: VNA “Vietnam currently … Read more

Vietnam attaches significance to creating relations with Mozambique politics

Hanoi (VNA) – Mozambique is one of the African countries with which Vietnam favors relations, said Nguyen Phu Trong, secretary general of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV), on Monday, June 6. CPV Secretary General Nguyên Phu Trong (on the right screen) and President FRELIMO and the President of the Republic … Read more

Candide Toé turned the title of Miss College of Burkina Faso in 2022

Final 20e The annual Miss University of Burkina Faso 2022 took place this Saturday, June 4, in Ouagadougou. It was Candide Toé who won the coronation in front of 21 other candidates. What will follow this ad? It was Candide Toé who was crowned Miss University Burkina in 2022. Student 3e year of accounting finance … Read more

The voice of younger folks Firm

Hanoi (VNA) – After a long period of online education, many students have reported anxiety and are sometimes overwhelmed by pressure. Education professionals insist on the importance of a place where young people can share and relax. High school students return to school after a long period … Read more