Japan has agreed to provide Sri Lankan authorities 284 million Japanese yen in aid.
The tuition industry has to be regulated, it has been reported that the industry earns 65 billion rupees an annum.”
“If citizens at the age of 18 years can vote for the President, choose how a country is led, then they should pay tax....
Any delay would only be permitted for a serious reason
Huawei announced its support to help Sri Lanka implement program to nurture software and hardware engineers
“Children are taught everything there is to learn at just three, four years of age. This is wrong."
"Because the outages occur at different times in different areas, they can file a fundamental rights petition,” he sai...
To set up a city campus
This government is unable to facilitate distance learning. It is only able to keep people in the dark,” said Premadasa...
Karunaratne's appointment will come into effect on April 12.
“I must share with you that the Chinese government has already listed Sri Lanka on the first batch."
In deep with Lanka’s Bottlenose buddies.
“The education ministry has not implemented the cabinet decision,” said Stalin.
Non-programmable calculators will be allowed for the subjects of accounting, bio-systems techn, engineering tech, etc.
SLT exits for Rs 410mn
"Adults must act responsibly as the virus is more likely to transfer from them to children."
“Contrary to what many seem to think, we have taken a decision not to close schools again," the official said.
“This is in addition to the current allocation of over 109,000 million rupees on teachers' and principals' salaries."
A decision on strikes and other trade union actions will be reached on Thursday, said Staln.
"Learning loss of children in the Western Province in 2020 was 55 percent and 45 percent in other provinces."
"The government tried to make parents go against us," a union leader said.
COVID-19 lockdowns resulted in the closure of public schools since April 27.
Gunawardena said the government was able to open around 98 percent of the targeted schools.
“There were only a few students and teachers in the Kurunagala district,” a principal from Kurunagala told EconomyNe...
"But we will not stop our struggle. Even after resuming teaching, we will continue."
Weerasekara drew parallels between a dragging teachers’ strike – now into its fourth month – and Sri Lanka’s civ...