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The teacher strike action in England recently came to an end after four unions agreed to a 6.5-percent pay increase offered by the government.

Some respondents are already integrating AI tools to streamline administrative tasks, develop subject-specific resources, and deliver personalized support for learners with special educational needs and disabilities, the report showed.

NITI Aayog CEO Shri B.V.R. Subrahmanyam underscored the importance of technology, especially artificial intelligence, in the higher education sector to achieve this goal. He urged universities to embrace AI to remain relevant and competitive in the evolving educational landscape.

A joint study by English Australia and BONARD, supported by Study NSW, reveals a significant strategic shift in New South Wales’ education sector. Over 77% of education providers in the state prioritize diversifying their international student population.

Reports from various organizations highlight Afghanistan as having one of the world’s worst educational systems, a condition deeply impacting girls and young women. Approximately 80% of school-age females are denied access to education, a situation condemned internationally as “gender apartheid.”

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