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27 April 2017
Kuwait has developed a strong Islamic banking sector and growing wealth has driven the market for consumer goods and services, including retail, culture and education. With its young population, education is a priority, and the government is looking to higher education and training as a means of boosting its human capital.
24 April 2017
Technology may be an inevitable part of life in higher education but students who use computers in class score half a grade lower than those who write, a new study reports.
24 April 2017
Accordig to a new study by the OECD, teenagers who feel part of a school community and have support from both family and teachers are more likely to perform well academically and be happier. The findings, from the first OECD PISA assessment of student well-being, are based on a survey of 540,000 students in 72 partcipating countries and analyses student motivation to perform well at school and their relationships with peers and teachers.
24 April 2017
Universities in South Africa are experimenting with high-tech predictive computer programmes that may help identify university students at risk of dropping out. Some higher education institutions – eager to stem a trend of university students leaving school before graduation – are turning to technology which, based on a student’s academic performance, can detect early on the individuals that need support.
24 April 2017
George T. Sipos is Associate Professor of Japanese Literature, Executive Director of Administration and Global Affairs, and Founding Dean of Students at the International College of Liberal Arts (iCLA), at Yamanashi Gakuin University in Kofu, Japan. Education Intelligence got the inside scoop on what it’s like to work in international education in Japan and how he feels about his responsibility as an educator.
24 April 2017
The Egyptian government, which assumed office in mid-2014 amid much political uncertainty, needs to address the long-standing domestic challenges of low and non-inclusive growth for an expanding population, and support job creation critical for sustainable economic development. In addition to developing policies that will increase the number of higher quality jobs, there are plans to reform education which include improving teaching quality by granting more autonomy to institutions, increasing access to IT, and updating technical and vocational education and training, so it is more relevant to labour market needs. Education Intelligence highlights a number of key facts for those who want to know more about Egypt’s education market.

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