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Columbia & Yale protests: What campus protesters want
Columbia & Yale protests: What campus protesters want | Ian Bremmer | World In :60

Columbia & Yale protests: What campus protesters want

Ian Bremmer shares his insights on global politics this week on World In :60.

Why hasn't the United Nations insisted on military observers in Gaza?

Well, the United Nations doesn't really insist on things. And when they do, it's usually symbolic. Like they insist that humanitarian aid needs to get into Gaza and it doesn't happen. Or they insist that, there needs to be protections for the Palestinian civilians or that the Hamas needs to let go, release all of the illegally held hostages, and it doesn't go anywhere. So you can insist all you want. Also, keep in mind the Security Council would be vetoing that sort of thing because the US has a veto and they continue to use it on most Israel-Palestine related resolutions.

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ChatGPT on campus: How are universities handling generative AI?
AI on campus: How are universities navigating a new phenomenon? | GZERO AI

ChatGPT on campus: How are universities handling generative AI?

In this episode of GZERO AI, Taylor Owen, professor at the Max Bell School of Public Policy at McGill University and director of its Centre for Media, Technology & Democracy, discusses how the emergence of ChatGPT and other generative AI tools have thrown a new dynamic into his teaching practice, and shares his insights into how colleges have attempted to handle the new phenomenon.

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How to get students back on track after the Great Education Disruption
Want to Overcome the Poverty Trap? Invest in Education | Global Stage | GZERO Media

How to get students back on track after the Great Education Disruption

As the 77th UN General Assembly gets underway, much of the attention will go toward how to breathe new life into the Sustainable Development Goals. Why? Because the pandemic wiped out years of progress on meeting the 17 SDGs, especially No. 4: ensuring inclusive and equitable quality education and promoting lifelong learning opportunities for all.

COVID disrupted the lives of some 1.6 billion students around the world. Almost 150 million missed about half of in-person classes in 2020, and 24 million will never return to school.

So, how can we get education back on track before it's too late? Several experts weighed in during the Global Stage livestream conversation "Transforming Education" hosted by GZERO Media in partnership with Microsoft.

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South Korea students sit college exam behind plastic barriers and in hospitals due to Covid-19

December 03, 2020 2:55 PM

South Korea is battling a third wave of coronavirus infections, forcing authorities to take strict steps.

Major school exam amid Covid-19 a test for Seoul's anti-virus strategy

December 02, 2020 10:46 PM

Some 493,000 students will take the annual make-or-break college entrance exam on Thursday.

First foreign students arrive in Australia since coronavirus closure

November 30, 2020 1:57 PM

A plane chartered by Charles Darwin University (CDU) carrying 63 international students arrived in Darwin.

China may give students vaccines still under trial

October 15, 2020 5:00 AM

BEIJING • One of China's leading vaccine developers plans to inoculate students going abroad with Covid-19 shots that have yet to get regulatory approval, said people familiar with the matter, as the country pushes scientific boundaries in the race for a viable vaccine.

Japan to tighten checks on visa applications by Chinese students, researchers over espionage concerns: Report

October 05, 2020 9:53 PM

HOKKAIDO - From April next year, Japan will tighten its inspection process in issuing visas, especially to Chinese students and researchers, over growing concerns of espionage and foreign interference, the pro-government Yomiuri newspaper said on Monday (Oct 5).

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