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Leopard saved after it breaks into Maharashtra school in India
While it is not uncommon for wild animals to stray into areas with human settlement, it can often lead to tense situations if not handled appropriately. Officials in the Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra in India were faced with such a challenge when a leopard was sighted in the area. The leopard in question was identified to be an adult male that had sustained injuries. In its injured state, it broke into the canteen of a school in the district. Following this, forest department officials and members of the wildlife group Wildlife SOS arrived at the site to carry out the rescue operation, ndtv.com reported.
At least 80 students abducted in attack on Nigerian school
Gunmen killed a police officer and kidnapped at least 80 students and five teachers from a school in the Nigerian state of Kebbi, police, residents and a teacher said.
Pope doesn't apologize over Canada indigenous school scandal
Pope Francis on Sunday expressed sorrow over the discovery in Canada of the remains of 215 indigenous students of church-run boarding schools but didn’t offer the apology sought by the Canadian prime minister.
At least eight killed in Russian school shooting
At least seven schoolchildren and one teacher were killed on Tuesday and many more wounded after a lone teenage gunman opened fire in a school in the Russian city of Kazan, the mayor's office said, prompting a Kremlin call for tighter gun controls.
Mum gives birth in back of car, after getting stuck in school run traffic in England
A woman pregnant with her first child gave birth to her baby girl in the back seat of her car after getting stuck in school run traffic on the way to hospital.
A year into pandemic, new school year starts in South Korea amid hopes, concerns
South Korean schools opened for the new school year on Tuesday amid a mix of anxiety and hopes, as the country is still fighting against the third wave of the pandemic, but much-anticipated vaccinations have finally begun.
Some parents think it’s time children go back to school
Some parents in Borneo welcome the reopening of schools next month as they think face-to-face lessons are more effective.
Gunmen storm Nigerian school, kidnap students
Unidentified gunmen attacked a secondary school in Nigeria’s Niger state overnight and abducted many students, the state governor’s spokeswoman said on Wednesday.
Union rejects plans to extend school day to make up for COVID closures in UK
The school leaders’ union has dismissed plans to lengthen the school day to help children catch up after the unprecedented disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic as “superficially attractive” but unhelpful.
Wales 'not ready' for full school reopening
Wales is "not yet in a position" to allow all pupils to return to school, the education minister has said.
Lost school time 'could cost pupils £40,000 in earnings': Report
Pupils in the UK could stand to lose an average of £40,000 each in lifetime earnings from lost time in school because of COVID-19, a report suggests.
Pupils without laptops can still go to school in England lockdown
More than a million children in England who have no access to laptops have been designated as “vulnerable children” and can turn up at school for face-to-face learning, it emerged on Tuesday night.
Shutting school systems wrong response to COVID-19, UNICEF says
The number of schoolchildren affected by COVID-19-related school closures soared by 38 percent in November, placing significant strain on the learning progress and well-being of an additional 90 million students globally.
Three-year-old Spanish boy spends hours locked in school bus
A boy, three, spent hours locked in a school bus without anyone noticing he was missing.
UK health advisers say missing school is greater risk to kids than COVID
The chief medical officers of the United Kingdom said children should return to school after the summer holidays, warning that missing out on their education posed much bigger risks to them than catching COVID-19.

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