We are being sidelined, Delta primary school teachers cry out

We are being sidelined, Delta primary school teachers cry out

By Festus Ahon – Asaba Primary School Teachers, under the aegis of Basic Education Staff Association of Nigeria, BESAN, Delta State Chapter, have protested against the non-implementation of the N30,000 minimum wage in the past 15 months, lamenting that they were being sidelined in the scheme of things. The teachers who marched through the streets […]

The PIE Live focuses on TNE, edtech and networking in #intled

Panel insights will provide an in-depth dive into opportunities for engagement in Nigeria, Malaysia, Vietnam and India. The second iteration of The PIE Live virtual conference will also feature the same 24/7 access to video networking that was offered in 2020, making...

New Zealand homestay bracing for slow int’l student return

Host Families NZ would normally have about 600 students staying with hosts across the island nation; now they are down to just a fraction of that. “We’re definitely experiencing a challenging time,” company representatives Hui Li and Giovana Reay said. During the...

Lawsuit filed in Ohio seeks “timely” OPT processing

The class action lawsuit – proposed at the District Court for the Southern District of Ohio – was led by 18 students with F-1 status on February 16, 2021. USCIS has since released an update, which seeks to reassure OPT applicants. “This lawsuit seeks to mitigate the...

PSWP change no help to students waiting for visa decisions

On February 12, Canada announced it would permit international students to complete 100% of their studies online to still be eligible for a PSWP. All the time spent studying online outside of Canada between spring 2020 and December 31, 2021 will count towards the...