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When students stand up

Jo Becker Two weeks ago, 18-year-old Emma Gonzalez didn’t even have a Twitter account. Today, @Emma4Change is approaching 1 million followers, far exceeding those of the National Rifle Association. Her “We Call BS” speech, delivered just three days after the Parkland, Florida, school shooting that left 14 of her fellow students and three school faculty and staff dead, has been ... Read More »

Playground crisis acute in Rajshahi

Sakib Al Hasan Rajshahi, March 3 – The crisis of Play-ground has been severe to the sports fan citizens of Rajshahi. Most of the play-grounds of the city are in unrepaired and unfavorable to sports condition where some of are busy with observing various program. Read More »

Speakers plead for budgetary priority to education sector

Speakers at a participatory discussion unequivocally called for boosting budgetary allocation to the sector of education for its qualitative and quantitative improvement. They mentioned that the country’s cherished development depends on education. So, there is no way but to making the country’s education as the thrust sector. Budgetary allocation needs to be enhanced for the sector for its substantial and ... Read More »

BAUTA condemn over teacher attack

BAU Correspondent Bangladesh Agricultural University Teachers’ Association on Thursday arranged a human chain in front of Shilpacharya Zainul Abedin auditorium for protesting attack on Prof Dr Syed Sakhawat Husain, the governing body chairman of Krishi Biswabidalay (KB) College & also ex-Vice-Chancellor of Patuakhali Science & Technology (PSTU). Read More »

HC issues rule against reappointment of JU VC

Special Correspondent The High Court Division of the Supreme Court yesterday (Monday) issued a rule asking the respondents as to why the appointment of Dr Farzana Islam, the incumbent vice chancellor of Jahangirnagar University (JU) for second term should not be declared illegal. Read More »

Bangladeshi children’s winter adventure in Russia

Dhaka, Feb 24 – Just a 10-days camp helped me believing in myself and my capabilities. I came out with a new vision, which was unknown to me before.”, said Adrija Sangsthita Prithibi, a class seven student of Birsrestho Noor Mohammad Public School in Dhaka. She was one of eight Bangladeshi children of age between 11 and 16 years, who ... Read More »

Questions leaks, says govt inquiry committee

A government panel says it has found that the questions of the school-leaving SSC and equivalent exam have leaked and plans to file recommendations for retakes in some cases.The panel headed by Technical and Madrasa Education Secretary Md Alamgir studied the alleged leaks. Read More »

Nothing justifies corporal punishment… absolutely nothing!

Corporal punishment is a violation of the most basic and crucial laws of a civilized society… but who cares? By Sir Frank Peters A highway billboard in Amarillo, Texas, that screams ‘beat your children’ to thousands of passing onlookers daily is creating a raucous across America and in other parts of the world and causing people to stop in their ... Read More »