Education

Police kill at least 1 student demonstrator in Sierra Leone

Mar 23, 2017

Amnesty International says Sierra Leone security forces have killed at least one person and injured two others after opening fire on students demonstrating in the city of Bo

Egypt suspends school lunches after mass food poisoning

Mar 23, 2017

An outbreak of food poisoning has sickened thousands of Egyptian schoolchildren this month, sending parents rushing to hospitals and leading the Education Ministry to temporarily suspend its school lunch program

The Latest: Far-right protests as refugee kids go to school

Feb 21, 2017

Greek authorities have blocked access to a northern primary school after threatening far-right protests over a handful of refugee children attending afternoon classes there

Roaming telescope brings Kenyan kids views of night sky

Feb 19, 2017

The Traveling Telescope project visits some of Kenya's most remote areas, showing students the night sky and the science of astronomy with telescopes and virtual reality goggles

South African official blames students for worker's death

Sep 27, 2016

The death of a South African university worker who was hospitalized after a student protest has deepened tensions over unrest roiling campuses across the nation

Kenyan police open fire to disperse protesting students

Sep 27, 2016

Riot police fired live ammunition and tear gas to disperse Kenyan university students protesting over road safety

Ghana professors campaign for removal of new Gandhi statue

Sep 22, 2016

Ghana professors campaign for removal of new Gandhi statue, accusing him of 'racist identity'

South African police battle stone-throwing students

Sep 22, 2016

South African police battle students on a university campus in latest violence over protesters' calls for free education

South African police clash with university students

Sep 21, 2016

South African police clash with university students demonstrating for free education

Egyptian adviser to murdered Italian student's family freed

Sep 11, 2016

Defense lawyers say an Egyptian court has released from detention a rights activist who had worked as a legal consultant to the family of Italian student Giulio Regeni who was tortured to death in Cairo this year

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