Teachers can equip students with tools to ‘demolish’ racism

Teachers can equip students with tools to ‘demolish’ racism

Annie Sheehan is a 2nd grade teacher at Chicago International Charter School West Belden. This past fall, I was in the office with a middle school teacher who was printing inspirational quotes for a wall in her classroom. She explained to me that she was only choosing quotes from non-white people, with a particular focus […]
COVID-19: Parents, teachers express concerns over school reopening

COVID-19: Parents, teachers express concerns over school reopening

By Mary Obaebor AS Nigerians await government’s directive on the reopening of schools across the country, parents and teachers and other stakeholders are expressing concerns on how safe it would be to allow academic activities to resume. According to some people who...
Skool Media empowers teachers on virtual learning

Skool Media empowers teachers on virtual learning

By Elizabeth Osayande EFFORTS toward encouraging virtual learning in Nigeria has received a boost as secondary school teachers across the country won prizes at the Digital Teachers Competition organized by Skool Media Nigeria Limited. The competition, coordinated by...
Poll: 20% of teachers unlikely to return in fall

Poll: 20% of teachers unlikely to return in fall

Dive Brief: One in five teachers surveyed in an USA Today/Ipsos poll said they will likely not return to the classroom in the fall, USA Today reports.  A majority of the teachers surveyed (83%) said they are struggling to do their job while schools are closed, 76%...
students and teachers caught up crackdown on African passport holders

students and teachers caught up crackdown on African passport holders

According to the country’s Ministry of Education, in 2018 81,562 students from Africa were studying in China, accounting for 16.57% of the international student body. Guangzhou is home to several universities, including Sun Yat-Sen University, which is ranked among...