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Maharashtra: More than 600 children test positive for Covid in Solapur after schools reopen

Maharashtra had allowed schools in Covid-free areas to reopen for classes 8-12 from July 12.

Gujarat, Haryana, Punjab gear up to reopening schools as Chinese coronavirus cases come down again

States determined to bring normalcy, reopen schools for higher standards after observing a stead decline in new Covid-19 cases and an accelerated vaccination drive.

Chicago’s decision to provide condoms in elementary schools from fifth grade triggers heated debate

A new policy allows Chicago schools, including elementary schools, to have menstruation products and condoms as a part of the sexual health education

Indian Consulate in Toronto writes to Canada govt over anti-India curriculum being taught at schools, warns it will harm bilateral relations

Despite India raising strong objections, schools in Canada continue to teach anti-India content in schools on farmer protest issue

Appearing semi-naked during class, sexual comments to girls: Students of Chennai’s PSBB school start online campaign against teacher

Students of PSBB Chennai called out one of the teachers for harassing and making sexual advances towards students. They have alleged that the school administration has been ignoring repeated complaints by students and parents.

Most affected people in Bengal post-poll violence are from Scheduled Caste, says NCSC chief

NCSC chief Vijay Sampla said that the way incidents of violence have happened in West Bengal after May 2 is worrisome

Thousands of students and parents express solidarity with British teacher who was suspended for showing Prophet Muhammad cartoons in class

The petition launched by a student at Batley Grammar School in West Yorkshire said the teacher had "pure intentions"

Xi Jinping pushes for replacing Mongolian with Mandarin in Inner Mongolia amid protests against removing the local language from schools

Inner Mongolia saw massive protests against replacing Mongolian with Mandarin as medium of education in schools

Around 300 schoolgirls released a week after being kidnapped by an armed group in Nigeria, govt denies paying ransom

Nigeria has been witnessing an escalation in the incidents of mass kidnappings by criminal gangs seeking ransom money.

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