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OP-ED: What it means to practise law...

OP-ED: What it means to practise law...

Atia Aman Azizee

Mon, Jun 21 2021

Even during the pandemic, lawyers remained in demand

OP-ED: Research can’t always rely on...

OP-ED: Research can’t always rely on...

Omar Al-Ubaydli

Sun, Jun 20 2021

Universities are embracing remote learning, but there is a downside

OP-ED: Is remote learning the...

OP-ED: Is remote learning the...

Bidisha Roy

Thu, Jun 17 2021

It’s not a faultless solution, but it’s the best option we have

OP-ED: Stop blaming the victim

OP-ED: Stop blaming the victim

Md Aftab Alam , Mahir Labib

Tue, Jun 15 2021

The prevalence of victim-blaming speaks volumes about our societal attitude towards women

OP-ED: One land, two rules

OP-ED: One land, two rules

Mushfique Wadud

Sun, Jun 13 2021

Private university education needs to be allowed to thrive, but the government is doing the

Pandemic pushes more children to...

Pandemic pushes more children to...

Crisis

Fri, Jun 11 2021

Government is yet to compile a dataset of children leaving schools due to pandemic

OP-ED: Can we revive our schools?

OP-ED: Can we revive our schools?

Brig Gen Qazi Abidus Samad

Wed, Jun 9 2021

Why we have lost faith in them

ED: Private universities should not...

ED: Private universities should not...

Editorial

Sun, Jun 6 2021

This tax is the opposite of what the government should be doing to aid educational institutions

OP-ED: Why children need to learn about...

OP-ED: Why children need to learn about...

Ratnadeep Toorja

Sun, Jun 6 2021

And what the school curriculum can do about it

ED: Another year, another disappointment...

ED: Another year, another disappointment...

Editorial

Fri, Jun 4 2021

Year on year, we fail to understand the true value of good schooling

OP-ED: The students of no man’s...

OP-ED: The students of no man’s...

Noyolee Munim

Fri, Jun 4 2021

Understanding the full toll of the pandemic on high school-graduating students

Experts for proper planning as education...

Experts for proper planning as education...

Education

Thu, Jun 3 2021

Regardless of the allocation, the sector may face the same hurdles it went through since the government...

UGC allows in-person exams for both...

Unis allowed to hold in-person...

Bangladesh

Tue, Jun 1 2021

Residential students to be vaccinated first

OP-ED: Should we offer more autonomy...

OP-ED: Should we offer more autonomy...

Salman Sabbab , Afsana Sadiq Atuly

Sun, May 30 2021

How we can restore and revamp the post-Covid education system

OP-ED: Have we succeeded in shifting...

OP-ED: Have we succeeded in shifting...

Ekram Kabir

Sat, May 29 2021

The sorry state of education has been one of the government’s biggest Covid-time failures

Plagiarism and the impediments to research...

Plagiarism and the impediments to research...

Education

Mon, May 24 2021

A few public and private universities are using plagiarism detection software but there is no accurate...

OP-ED: Prioritizing student voices to...

OP-ED: Prioritizing student voices to...

Azwa Nayeem

Wed, May 19 2021

Why we need to put student voices back at the centre

China bars foreign curriculum, ownership...

China bars foreign curriculum in private...

East Asia

Mon, May 17 2021

The laws aim to increase Beijing’s control over its fast-growing education sector and public...

EducationUSA Academy Connects Program...

EducationUSA Academy Connects Program...

Bangladesh

Tue, May 11 2021

Each participating US college and university has its respective application deadline -- ranging from...

OP-ED: A case for reopening educational...

OP-ED: A case for reopening educational...

Syed Matiul Ahsan

Sun, May 9 2021

How lockdowns present an opportunity for the education sector

Experts: Spend 20% of budget on...

Experts: Spend 20% of budget on...

Education

Thu, Apr 29 2021

The pandemic has caused a number of drawbacks in the education sector, which requires some monetary assistance...