The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic will set Pakistan’s education sector back $2 billion, a new study that analyzed the effects of the disease on the country’s economy has revealed.
The UK has decided to reopen schools at the primary level from June 1.
A decision informed by Prime Minister Boris Johnson taken considering the lowering number of new coronavirus cases in the country.
United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SGDs) for 2030 include “inclusive and equitable quality education” which means access to education and opportunities for its attainment are significant goals to strive towards globally for easing development across the board. The SDGs are major international development targets approved by the UN General Assembly in the year 2015 meant to be achieved by 2030.
The coronavirus pandemic has brought the world to a halt, and one of the bleakest aspects of it all is the unpreparedness shown by the world at large to tackle a healthcare catastrophe of the magnitude of the current pandemic.
The worsening coronavirus crisis has led to the world resorting to drastic measures, including higher education institutes worldwide trying to implement all measures enlisted in the yet to be written book of what to do when crisis strikes.
The Coronavirus has had a devastating effect on the entire world, with experts warning that the present crisis could well be the tip of a global iceberg.
The virus, which first appeared in Chinese province of Wuhan earlier this year, has now become the primary worry for nations around the world, mainly due to the impact China has on the global economy and for it being the epicenter of the global manufacturing sector.
Good news for the coding enthusiasts out-there. Research proves that learning to code has little to do with your math solving ability, and more to do with your language learning aptitude. The research concluded that math skills are an insignificant indicator of coding abilities. So, if you have ever been told not to pursue a career in programming because of your math scores, think again.
Zimbabwe is struggling to fulfill the promise of right to education under the copious weight of corruption, lack of government funding, insufficient teaching material, political strong-hold of education, inadequate infrastructure, and most importantly having curricula in disarray.