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JEE Advanced 2023 syllabus in line with NCERT curriculum and NEP 2020, say experts

Indian Express 28 Nov 2021
In chemistry, students will now have to learn about maltose, lactose, anomers in biomolecules, fuel cells, primary & secondary batteries & corrosion in electrochemistry, Freundlich adsorption isotherm in surface chemistry, catalysis, homogeneous/heterogeneous catalyst, ...
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Kerala's Kottayam only district in India with no poor residents: Niti Ayog index

The Times of India 28 Nov 2021
KOTTAYAM ... The MPI has three equally weighted dimensions-health, education and standard of living ... The indicators under education are schooling years and school attendance ... Around 1,58,712 students are there from Class 1-10. There are also 135 higher secondary schools in the district ... .
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Mumbai schools plan staggered opening: Classes 5-7, then 1-4

The Times of India 27 Nov 2021
City schools plan to bring only secondary students to offline classes before opening the gates for their primary counterparts ... The BMC will thereafter take a call on reopening primary and secondary classes ... “Our higher secondary students come in at 7am and leave at10.30 am. We will bring Class 5-7 students at 10.45am.
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Goa: ‘Don’t commence physical classes below Class VII’

The Times of India 27 Nov 2021
The directorate of education (DoE) has warned schools against conducting physical classes for students below Class VII, as the state government has not permitted the same ... On Thursday, offline classes began for Class VII and VIII students across the state after the government gave its approval. Classes for students of Class IX to XII were already on.
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No assembly, sports will be allowed in schools: Raj govt

The Times of India 27 Nov 2021
Three more city pvt school students test +ve ... of students. Similar to the home department, directorate of secondary education, Bikaner has made it compulsory to get permission from parents to call students for offline classes and students won’t be pressurized for the same.
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Literacy grant expected to boost reading for students

Tahlequah Daily Press 27 Nov 2021
The grant is worth over $3 million, and the purpose is to enhance literacy among TPS students ... With the money, students will also be able to take home two free books ... At TMS and THS, they are working out the details on how to get books to students, because the secondary schools do not have book fairs.
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Advocacy event for 16 Days in Juba puts young students on the centerstage

Reliefweb 27 Nov 2021
Setina was speaking to a rapt audience of 150 students, a number that included 80 girls ... Daniel Comboni Secondary School. Articulate and passionate students set the tone for discussions by delineating why they found the forum helpful and their own strong views on violence against women ... Daniel Comboni Secondary School.
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Emporia schools COVID-19 count slowly climbing

Emporia Gazette 27 Nov 2021
The Emporia district’s online dashboard shows that 15 students tested positive for coronavirus in the week of Nov ... The latest numbers show nine cases among secondary students and six in elementary schools ... The Emporia district had a student coronavirus peak of 22 cases around Labor Day ... But Chase County has many more students in quarantine.
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Penticton food drive smashes one-night goal, and there are still ways to help

Castanet 27 Nov 2021
10,000? Try more than 13,000!. The annual 10,000 Tonight food drive run by students from Penticton secondary schools smashed its goal of 10,000 non-perishable food items, collecting close to 14,000 thanks to generous donors around the city ... That event takes place Dec. 9 at Penticton Secondary School ... ....
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International student enrolment in Canada took a hit from the pandemic. How Yukon University bounced back

CBC 27 Nov 2021
While COVID-19 has greatly affected post-secondary students and institutions across Canada, new research shows the pandemic has resulted in only a small decline in international student enrolments nationwide ... .
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Salina South graduate, JAG-K participant takes on career specialist role at school

Salina Journal 27 Nov 2021
Gates wanted to help find a replacement who would be qualified and passionate about helping students ... JAG-K is a multi-year, in-school program for students in grades 7-12 that offers tools to successfully transition students into post-secondary school, the military or directly into the workforce with marketable skills.
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Capitalist Clutches on Education

MENA FN 27 Nov 2021
Education is no longer a service to society but a business enterprise, where students are reduced to consumers and commodities ... The buck does not stop here, capitalist ethos re-emerge when the new academic session begins wherein students are supposed to buy new books for their respective classes.
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'You can watch 35 movies in Catalan and 93 in Icelandic on Disney+ in Catalonia'

Catalan News 27 Nov 2021
Officials revealed that 47% of teachers always or almost always speak in Catalan to 4th-year secondary school students – that is significantly fewer than 15 years ago when 63% did ... Reasons, among many, involve students not understanding the language or teachers feeling more comfortable in Spanish. .
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Enrollment climbs in Rochester's post-secondary enrollment option, declines in Advanced Placement

Post Bulletin 26 Nov 2021
Nonetheless, there’s plenty of opportunities for high school students to get a jumpstart on their college educations. Rochester Public Schools recently released data about the number of students taking part in the various post-secondary programs ... By student population, the largest of those programs is Advanced placement.
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Let’s close the educational technology gap - Professor Kutor

Ghana Web 26 Nov 2021
“It is time for us to provide guided opportunities for secondary school students to begin to use these devices ... He said, “if we talk about courses like geography in secondary education, we must use technology to bring geographical features to the classroom for students to appreciate with ease.”.
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