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TOKYO, July 17 (AP) – (Kyodo)—The government has begun accepting applications from public elementary and secondary schools for subsidies for installation of photovoltaic panels under its program to realize a 10-fold increase in the number of schools equipped with solar power generation systems in fiscal 2012, government officials said Friday. The government has set aside […]


School computer systems in the UK are failing to identify 10% of incoming harmful content, research suggests.


Make education an early priority in administration By MIKE FEINBERG Copyright 2008 Houston Chronicle


President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo congratulated Senator Barack Obama for winning the US Presidential elections.


CHICAGO — Senator Barack Obama learned how hard it can be to solve America’s public education problems when he headed a philanthropic drive here a decade ago that spent $150 million on Chicago’s troubled schools and barely made a dent.


The number of teenagers showing signs of depression has risen dramatically over the last 50 years, a mental health expert has revealed.


Many teachers say they are concerned about “hidden” surveillance cameras located in their schools. A snapshot survey of 249 primary and secondary school teachers suggested 84.6% had CCTV in their school.


MANILA, Philippines – Fourteen high school students from the Philippines were awarded gold medals in the annual International Mathematics Contest (IMC) prize presentation held in Singapore on Sunday, July 20.


Anti-bullying measures launched Arwen Hann Education reporter – The Press New Government measures to combat bullying have been welcomed, but education leaders have warned that schools should not bear the full responsibility for reducing violence.


Education policy ‘leaving children intellectually impoverished’ By Graeme Paton, Education Editor

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