24 août 2019

Réforme de certifications dans l'enseignement artistique

Logo cap-métiersLe régime des certificats d'aptitude aux fonctions de directeur d'établissement d'enseignement artistique et aux fonctions de professeur d'art dramatique ainsi que du diplôme d'Etat de professeur de cirque est modifié.
Décret n° 2019-875876 et 877 du 21 août 2019 et arrêté du 23 juillet 2019. Plus...

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Privatization and Kazakhstan’s Emerging Higher Education

The Republic of Kazakhstan is one of the Central Asian countries of the former Soviet Union. It is the ninth-largest country in the world in physical size with a population of over 17 million people and significant oil, iron ore, coal, copper and gas reserves. In the early 1990s, the Supreme Court of the Kazakh Social Soviet Republic declared the transition of a planned economy to a market economy. Kazakhstan’s market system has impacted its emerging higher education system significantly as a result of less government spending and the creation of private universities. More...

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Ukraine hosts 46 firms selling ghost-written dissertations

In 2009, there were 16 firms that sold completed dissertations; in 2016, the number nearly tripled to 46 registered enterprises.
Academic corruption exists from undergraduate to the doctoral level education in colleges and universities. While the former receives the lion’s share of attention, the latter is inadequately monitored. This is somewhat surprising, since doctoral education is regarded as the gold standard of academic achievement and should reflect the highest standards of academic integrity. More...

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Education as Soft Power: The Potential of Student Mobility

By 2017 there were 525 Confucius Institutes and 1,113 Confucius classrooms in 146 countries with an enrollment of 9.16 million students. More...

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Dutch Cuts to Internationalization Send the Wrong Message

When a liberal country such as the Netherlands cuts back on funding to support education in the global knowledge economy, other countries may follow with cuts. More...

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Medical Education and the Ethiopian Exodus of Talent

A 2012 study at Addis Ababa University showed that around 53 percent of medical students hoped to emigrate upon graduating, particularly to the United States and Europe. More...

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Improving Research Productivity in Ethiopia — Carrot or Stick?

A system of rewards that recognizes both institutions and individual researchers for high quality problem-solving research, is a far more effective way to encourage research than to make it mandatory. More...

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"No Deal Brexit" Adds Uncertainty to Higher Education in the UK

A "no-deal Brexit" would affect university budgets unequally — some institutions would find their financial situation severely affected. More...

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Potholes, Machine Learning, and Compelling Content

By Eric Stoller. It's no secret that universities create a lot of content for dissemination on digital channels. Tweets, Facebook updates, Instagram Stories, LinkedIn updates, TikTok posts, and YouTube videos are just a few of the ways in which institutions share their stories. More...

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FutureLearn or EdX for Uber Drivers

By Eric Stoller. It's no secret that universities create a lot of content for dissemination on digital channels. Tweets, Facebook updates, Instagram Stories, LinkedIn updates, TikTok posts, and YouTube videos are just a few of the ways in which institutions share their stories. More...

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