‘For us the return to classes is important, but we have doubts,’ said an official with Venezuela’s Teachers Federation.
Oei, the second-largest shareholder in Raffles Education, has had a tumultuous relationship with it since 2017.
Hundreds of students demand the government raise teachers’ pay to end a strike that has put a halt on lessons.
Interior ministry spokesman tells Al Jazeera that all schools and universities will reopen ‘in a very short time’.
Afghan girls, who have been confined to their homes, urge the Taliban not to snatch their right to education.
NYSC members complain of being sent to dangerous areas, poor conditions and little improvement in job prospects.
As the UN kicks off an energy dialogue, the person charged with global development efforts talks to Al Jazeera.
Nightly student protests across Turkey against unaffordable rents are a sign of a wider cost of living crisis.
Overhaul aims to align educational outcomes with the needs of the jobs market.
Human rights group Amnesty urges government to take urgent action, warning of the ‘devastating impact on children’.
Schools reopened after 543 days of closure as country’s virus situation eases and more people are vaccinated.
Harvard University, which has the largest endowment of any university, is divesting from fossil fuels.
What became of the pupils President Bush was with when he was informed of the 9/11 attacks?
UNICEF says repeated school closures affecting 434 million children, with many learning less than pre-pandemic levels.