Directive demands international schools establish parents’ committee
The Ministry of Education (MoED) approved a directive which demands 28 international and community schools operating in Ethiopia to establish a school board, parent’s committee, and student’s council composed of the school community.
HERQA starts licensing institutions for online education
The Higher Education Relevance and Quality Agency (HERQA) began licensing universities and colleges that are willing to provide online education for undergraduate and graduate programs.
New strategy involves PPP in TVET sector
The Ministry of Science and Higher Education drafted a new strategy to establish a special loan scheme and develop tax related incentive mechanisms for the private sector willing to invest in technical and education vocational training system.
AAU slams association of the blind over tarnished reputation
Addis Ababa University (AAU) threatened to sue the Ethiopian National Association of the Blind, accusing it of damaging its reputation over the death of a blind undergrad law student, who committed suicide after missing the national exit exam.
Private schools to resume face-to-face classes on Monday
Schools in Addis Ababa will commence face to face classes as of Monday, announced the City Education bureau on Friday November 27, 2020.
A home away from home
As Rastafari around the world join Ethiopia in commemorating the 1896 victory at the Battle of Adwa, the repatriated community in Shashemene received news that the government is now ready to begin the process of granting permanent residence to those with valid passports
“Massive” cyber attack crashes African Union’s system
Cyber attackers prey on the African Union, resulting in...
City Admin launches building census for property taxation
The Addis Ababa Building Permit and Control Authority has...
Ethiopia weary of AfCFTA impact on tax revenue, dumping
South Africa, Nigeria, Egypt, and Kenya push to access...