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Education News May 2020

Every month, Grok curates news about international education from around the world to help education professionals keep up to date with developments that may inform their activities.

May’s newsletter included articles covering China, India, and Southeast Asia:


In Asia, children are going back to school CNN

China to increase international flights if coronavirus under control: regulator The Straits Times 

China: four UK visa application centres to open The Pie News

COVID-19: Countries around the world are reopening their schools. This is what it looks like World Economic Forum

China’s Online Education Market: Lower-Tier Cities Offer Growth Prospects Seeking Alpa

Has Covid-19 Shown that EdTech Can Close China’s Education Inequality Gap? Pandaily

India losing out as South India students turn to China University World News


Corona Crisis: Implications For Higher Education In India BW Education

Online education must supplement, not replace, physical sites of learning Indian Express

How India can transform education in the post-coronavirus world Daily O

COVID-19 to impact study abroad plans of over 48 per cent Indian students: QS Report New Indian Express

Southeast Asia

Coronavirus: All transport services in Indonesia resume operations The Straits Times

Education Ministry mulls limiting class size to 17 students after MCO Malay Mail

Vietnam exam changes create TNE opportunities The Pie News

What’s next for universities in Malaysia Digital News Asia
Mixed response but online classes to stay post COVID-19 University World News 

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