12 juillet 2017

Crisis in Qatar

HomeBy Elizabeth Redden. A diplomatic rift could have outsize impacts for international education, though university officials say it's still unclear what long-term impacts might be. More...

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30 mai 2017

Higher education ‘in serious crisis’

The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan, in its latest report, has said that higher education in the country is in “serious crisis” and has discussed the issue of the devolution of the Higher Education Commission to the provinces after the 18th Amendment, writes Kashif Abbasi for Dawn. More...

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24 mai 2017

Anglophone crisis – Academics, students stand firm

By Tunde Fatunde. Schools, universities and law courts remain shuttered in two provinces of Anglophone Cameroon as students, academics, school teachers and lawyers continue to paralyse activities in protest against what they perceive as linguistic, cultural and educational injustices and other forms of marginalisation by the Cameroonian government. More...

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01 mai 2017

Association. Les pistes de KPMG pour faire face à la baisse des subventions publiques

Pour faire face à la triple crise (économique, concurrentielle et des ressources humaines) que rencontrent les associations, l'Union des employeurs de l'économie sociale et solidaire a missionné le cabinet KPMG pour aider le secteur à s'adapter aux nouveaux enjeux et notamment à la baisse de 17 % en 6 ans des subventions publiques.
Source : http://www.gref-bretagne.com/Actualites/Revue-de-presse/Association.-Les-pistes-de-KPMG-pour-faire-face-a-la-baisse-des-subventions-publiques

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29 avril 2017

Is there a crisis in teacher supply: John Cater talks about his new HEPI report on teacher training

John Cater, Vice-Chancellor of Edge Hill University, has recorded an exclusive short video summarising his new HEPI report on the past, present and future of teacher training. More...

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The state owns the education crisis

University Business LogoSubmitted by Stefanie Botelho. The chancellor of Pennsylvania’s state-owned universities recently admitted that the system is in crisis. The diagnosis? A threatening combination of enrollment losses, state appropriations at the same dollar amount as they were nearly 20 years ago and collective bargaining agreements that bring annual cost increases despite stagnant or declining revenues at nearly every university. More...

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18 avril 2017

The Sahel and West Africa had a good agricultural season, so why does food insecurity persist?

Every year the identification, analysis and mapping of areas at risk and populations affected by food and nutrition insecurity in the Sahel and West Africa are carried out. Conducted within the Food Crisis Prevention Network (RPCA), this process is co-ordinated by the Permanent Inter-State Committee for Drought Control in the Sahel (CILSS). It analyses country-level information of the 17 countries in the region using a harmonised, common framework called the Cadre harmonisé (CH). More...

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17 avril 2017

Gestion de crise : deux grandes écoles créent une chaire commune

L’Université de technologie de Troyes et l’Ecole nationale supérieure des officiers de sapeurs-pompiers s’associent pour créer une chaire dédiée à la gestion de crise. Voir l'article...

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15 avril 2017

Colleges cope with unexpected crises

University Business LogoSubmitted by Stefanie Botelho. In 2014, a water crisis in Flint, Mich., had a major impact on Mott Community College. A year later, a horrific traffic accident that killed five international students and injured many more caused a huge amount of grief at North Seattle College (NSC) in Washington. More...

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13 avril 2017

An action plan to address the crisis facing humanities

By Jan Petter Myklebust. When Education and Research Minister Torbjørn Røe Isaksen addressed a symposium at the University of Oslo recently, expectations were high. More...

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