- Theatrical trailer of upcoming Pakistani movie ‘Na Maloom Afraad’ releases
- Corps commander acknowledges student’s spirit invited by Lahore Corps Commander Lieutenant General Naweed Zaman
- Pakistan students visit UK varsity educational institution of Britain, University of Surre
- Career counselling: questions and answers Best jobs of pakistan
- KMC camp instills civic sense in students provide sporting and recreational opportunities
Daily Archives: March 3, 2014
The new Baccalaureate would give equal prestige to existing vocational and academic qualifications Labour would introduce a new school-leaver’s qualification – a National Baccalaureate – that gives vocational and academic courses equal value.
The qualification would be made up… http://pakedu.net/world-education/labour-sets-out-school-exam-plans/ Continue reading
BBC News education and family reporter Most families will receive their secondary school news by email from midnight on Monday 3 March Tutors have been hired and fired, houses bought and sold, religious services regularly attended. The anxiety is nearly over and parents in England are… http://pakedu.net/world-education/annoying-things-parents-say-on-secondary-school-admissions-day/ Continue reading
The space sector has a huge impact on everyday life Apprentices are being invited to take one giant leap for mankind and sign up for elite space engineering training.
The first degree-level apprenticeship in the field is being launched by Skills Minister Matthew Hancock at the National Space… http://pakedu.net/world-education/uks-space-engineers-want-new-cadets/ Continue reading
Catching snowflakes in Harlem: New York wants to catch up on the lack of pre-school places New York’s richest are going to have to pay for some of New York’s youngest, under new Mayor Bill de Blasio’s flagship plan for more pre-school places.
The proposed tax on those earning… http://pakedu.net/world-education/new-york-taxes-rich-to-teach-young-2/ Continue reading
Maths results in Wales are the worst of any core subject behind English, Welsh and science
Around three in 10 parents admit making negative comments about maths in front of their children, according to a poll commissioned by the Welsh government.
Maths results are the worst of any core subject… http://pakedu.net/world-education/parents-must-be-positive-on-maths/ Continue reading
BBC News education correspondent Aleem Maqbool reports from a school in Pakistan’s Sindh province where there are children but no teachers
It will be more than 70 years before all children have access to primary school, says a report from the United Nations Educational, Scientific and… http://pakedu.net/world-education/the-70-year-wait-for-primary-school/ Continue reading
Labour is still drawing up plans on how to take on Education Secretary Michael Gove’s plans over school policies in England.Experts offered advice to former TV historian Tristram Hunt on Labour’s education policy. Giles Dilnot spoke to former Education Secretary Baroness Morris,… http://pakedu.net/world-education/what-is-labours-plan-for-english-schools/ Continue reading