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BELOW IS OUR COMPLETE COVERAGE OF TODAY'S STORIES IN MEDIA AS THE FIRST ADMISSION LISTS COME OUT IN THE UK..
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'Stress, anxiety, mayhem: it must be offers day'
Telegraph.co.uk - 9 hours ago
But who ...
The Independent UK reports that parents are putting their kids in playschools at a very young age of 2 with the aim of getting admission in the their choice primary school later.
Primary school places: Compulsory school age at risk of becoming two as parents race for best performing primary education, warns report
Wednesday 16 April 2014
An unofficial compulsory school starting age of two has been introduced around the country as desperate parents try to get their children into the best performing primary schools, says a report out today.
Parents believe they stand a better chance of getting a place at their preferred pr ...
Not so elite - School Fees in Lahore, Pakistan competes with Fees in Schools of Delhi, India. Same Problem Everywhere for Parents looking for quality education for their kids.
LAHORE - In the absence of regulatory mechanism, English medium schools in Punjab are charging heavy fee ranging from Rs 8000 to 20,000 a month for various levels, closing doors of what they say ‘quality education’ on the middle and poor classes. The minimum fee being charged from a student is even more than one-month salary of an unskilled worker, which has been fixed at Rs 1000 by the Punjab government. Besides tuition fee, these schools also charge heavy amount in the name o ...
Hindustan Times- 2 Apr
Parents hope for end to nursery battle today
NEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court may come out with a verdict in the lingering nursery admission battle on Wednesday.
AJAY AGGARWAL/HT PHOTO This is the first time that the litigation has stretched till April and admissions have been delayed for so long.
But parents and schools are already fed up of the endless litigation that the process has been dragged into this year. The Lieutenant Governor declared guidelines that were drastically different as compared to last year’s guidelines on December 18. Even weeks before the final announcement, there was no news about what they may contain, catching schools a ...