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International students receive good news when New Zealand announces plans to reopen borders

International students receive good news when New Zealand announces plans to reopen borders

Admin | 11 months ago

Study Group CEO Emma Lancaster has warmly welcomed the news that New Zealand has announced plans that gradually open up its borders and welcome international students...

Education in Vietnam: Strengths, Challenges and Opportunities

Education in Vietnam: Strengths, Challenges and Opportunities

Admin | 11 months ago

In its first participation in Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) in 2012, Vietnam scored higher than the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) average and outperformed many developed economies, including the US...

The future speaks Chinese

The future speaks Chinese

Admin | 11 months ago

So many things were different then, in the mid 1950s, when Asia Society was born — not only in terms of politics, and the relative economic power of the U.S. and the nations of Asia.  Of course, few would have predicted that within a generation’s time...

Education rights and laws in the United States

Education rights and laws in the United States

Admin | 11 months ago

Under education law, everyone has the right to a free education. Students have the right to wear a hijab to pray. You have the right to use an interpreter when communicating with your child's school...

Three typical methods in Japanese education

Three typical methods in Japanese education

Admin | 11 months ago

The Japanese believe that by combining Mottainai, Ikigai and Kakeibo, children will build a balanced and productive life...

School closures led to more sleep and better quality of life for adolescents

School closures led to more sleep and better quality of life for adolescents

Admin | 1 year ago

The school closures in spring 2020 had a negative effect on the health and well-being of many young people.

Study finds long-term exposure to air pollution may increase Covid-19 risk

Study finds long-term exposure to air pollution may increase Covid-19 risk

Admin | 1 year ago

WASHINGTON: Long term exposure to ambient air pollution mayheighten the risk of Covid-19 infection, suggests recent research. The findings were published in the journal 'Occupational and Environmental Medicine'.

Japanese children suffer first, happy later

Japanese children suffer first, happy later

Admin | 1 year ago

While most preschool children in other countries go to school just to have fun, children in Japan have had to learn how to survive.


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