Disadvantaged schools will be provided with new technologies and IT training for teachers, an initiative of Mexico's largest education union to help its members to overcome the technology gap that divides the country.
Following the launch of the Education Select Committee report into the recruitment and retention of teachers, UK education unions have urged public authorities to take urgent measures to tackle this serious national crisis.
Zimbabwean educators have welcomed the introduction of minority language exams in 2017, acknowledging that teachers were involved in the curriculum review process and indigenous languages are part of the national teacher development programme.
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