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By: Chris Bastian, Curtis Knittle Cable access networks are evolving rapidly to meet current and future connectivity needs. As late as the 1990s, a cable network was only providing customers with video entertainment. Today, the wired network provides fundamental connectivity to support a plethora of services including working from home, distance learning, telehealth services and, …

Schools will resume on Thursday as scheduled, Tánaiste Leo Varadkar confirmed. The government will ask its public health advisers to consider relaxing the rules on restricting the movement of fully vaccinated close contacts, Tánaiste Leo Varadkar said. Mr Varadkar, speaking to reporters in government buildings, said the rules were causing problems in utilities, industry and …

By Jacob Mosenda Dar es Salaam. At least 1,200 of the 3,000 girls targeted for enrollment in this year’s school calendar through the Secondary Education Quality Improvement Program (Sequip) have already been enrolled, it has been revealed. In early 2020, the World Bank finally approved the $ 500 million education loan which was delayed following …

A Massachusetts school police officer who was put on leave after kneeling on the neck and back of a student who was handcuffed during an arrest has been cleared. An internal investigation concluded that the Brockton school officer seen on video kneeling on student in november “Acted in accordance with the laws in force and …

COVID-19 infections, driven by the Omicron variant, are exploding across Canada, including British Columbia (BC). The province recorded five consecutive records for daily infections last week, peaking with more than 2,500 cases on December 25. The 7-day moving average of cases in British Columbia more than doubled in one week. The only reason new records …

The pandemic has got everyone talking about e-learning. It has been a while, but people are only now realizing the opportunities, and not just for children. Karthikeyan D, a mechanical engineer who passed out in 2019, wanted to move on to a better paying job. He learned coding and data analysis through a six-month online …

Hear from CIOs, CTOs, and other senior executives and leaders on data and AI strategies at the Future of Work Summit on January 12, 2022. Learn more This article was written by Nohar Zmora, VP Brand Marketing, Kaltura When COVID-19 first emerged, many expected the shift to online-only events to be temporary. Two years later, …

The Federal Ministry of Education launched a free e-learning website (inspire.education.gov.ng) for all levels of education to facilitate access to learning. According to NAN, Education Minister Adamu Adamu, represented by Permanent Secretary Sonny Echono at the inauguration in Abuja said the decision was due to the advent of COVID-19 which disrupted learning during two years. …

As schools gradually reopen around the world, educators face two questions: How much ground have students lost during more than 20 months of closures imposed by the pandemic, and how can policymakers close the gap? learning? In Latin America and the Caribbean, both questions are only just beginning to be answered. Schools in the region …

Mission to bring slow learners and lockdown-induced dropouts to par with regular students is starting to pay off The two-room Lower Primary School in Salpara has been the landmark of Rongsai Village since 1994. But the center of attention has been a shed that villagers built on the school grounds 23 months ago. . The …