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The crackdown on tutoring in China has roiled the shares of tutoring companies traded in Hong Kong and New York
Yoga breaks can be looked at as a tool to break the monotony of classrooms, and help students let off some steam, especially in a post-pandemic world
The age old debate over the efficacy of exams in reinforcing the worth of a student's education had some fuel added to it, with China banning exams for younger students. Does India need to take notes?
Online classes are both the demand and the need of the hour. But how huge is the gap between the haves and have-nots in terms of access to online education?
Recently, the Kerala High Court supported a woman's right to refuse from furnishing the name of the sperm donor when she has conceived via Assisted Reproductive Technology. How fair is that choice?
COVID has been tough on all of us, especially students. How benevolent should examiners be in allotting marks in a post-pandemic world?
The mid-day meals are a much-appreciated scheme of the government to keep kids in school and keep them healthy. But, does it really serve the purpose of supporting the student's mind?
Government college lecturers allege that the age limit makes it hard for them to be appointed as principals. Is the restriction fair, or is it an abstract rule that robs the deserving of the position
Etiquette in formal dressing is making headlines in an era when people are forced to work from the confines of their homes. Is there a need for students to don their uniforms for virtual classes
Typically, the submission of applications for school admissions involves giving names of both parents — even if one of them is dead
All stakeholders need to supportively collaborate because reforming our education system and reimagining learning can wait no more
The rise of social media has helped people increase their outreach to a global audience. Influencers can also be typical individuals who post their interest
There are at least two well-known routes which prudent managements in the corporate/business sectors routinely resort to — Reserve Fund and Sinking Fund
The CBSE, sources said, will set up a committee to decide the alternative scheme for tabulating results. A student’s performance in internal school assessments will be a crucial part of the scheme
It is easy to shake hands and keep smiling when you lose as a team. But how important is it to take care of one's mental health, asks John B Monteiro
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