St Kevin’s acting principal highlights ‘bravery’ of boys who spoke up over grooming | ABC News

The new principal of St Kevin’s College in Toorak, Melbourne, has spoken publically about the grooming scandal saying the school as to face some hard questions. Five staff at the College, including the headmaster, have either been stood aside or left the school over the past week. Now John Crowley has taken over, promising the … Read more St Kevin’s acting principal highlights ‘bravery’ of boys who spoke up over grooming | ABC News

Students clash with police in Colombia

Clashes broke out between student protesters and the police by the District University in Bogota, on the second consecutive day of a national strike, on Friday. Footage shows police firing water cannon and tear gas at the protesters, who were seen throwing projectiles. Several demonstrators, some of them injured, were detained. The strike has been … Read more Students clash with police in Colombia

Chinese high school students can return to Australia under strict travel ban exemptions | ABC News

Health Minister Greg Hunt has announced the coronavirus, COVID-19, has been contained in Australia with no new diagnoses in the general population within the last week. Mr Hunt also announced a strict exemption for high school students in year 11 and 12 from mainland China, excluding from Hubei, who will be considered for entrance to … Read more Chinese high school students can return to Australia under strict travel ban exemptions | ABC News

Signs of solidarity for deaf black people

Carolyn McCaskill, a professor in Gallaudet University Department of ASL and Deaf Studies, explains how deaf African Americans show their shared identity through their unique sign language. Sign language, like spoken language, has regional variations (people sign more slowly in the South, for example), as well as features that reflect gender, age, socioeconomic status and, … Read more Signs of solidarity for deaf black people

Mad Max 2020 or Colombia? Students and teachers protest against lack of funding

A student protest near Bogota’s Pedagogical University turned violent on Wednesday, as members of the Jaime Bateman Cayon (JBC) group were seen among the crowd. Students and teachers from the Pedagogical University took to the streets to protest the lack of funding, which has reportedly led to staff shortages as well as dilapidated facilities. The … Read more Mad Max 2020 or Colombia? Students and teachers protest against lack of funding

EU students worried about fate of Erasmus program post -Brexit

As the UK works out its future relationship with the EU, many are worried about Brexit’s impact on European students. The UK is one of 33 countries which participates in the Erasmus exchange program, allowing 300,000 students to study abroad every year. But the future of Erasmus is now uncertain, and French students in particular … Read more EU students worried about fate of Erasmus program post -Brexit

Free school lunches making ‘significant’ difference for students at Rotorua school

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Prince Charles mixes history with technology on a day out around Warwickshire and Coventry

Prince Charles spent the day in Warwickshire and the West Midlands as part of a mini tour of the area. As President of the Royal Shakespeare Company, he stopped by their base in Stratford-upon-Avon to see how the redevelopment of their Costume Workshop is going. He toured the costume store before enjoying a performance of … Read more Prince Charles mixes history with technology on a day out around Warwickshire and Coventry

Watch a brutal crackdown on students at a Muslim university in India unfold

On Dec. 15, 2019, hundreds of police entered Aligarh Muslim University, firing tear gas canisters and stun grenades. Dozens of students were injured. The incident is part of a broad crackdown by the government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in response to nationwide protests over a new citizenship law. Read more: https://wapo.st/3bGvWU9. Subscribe to The … Read more Watch a brutal crackdown on students at a Muslim university in India unfold