A filtering system to purify water exclusively with solar energy has earned social entrepreneur Anna Luisa Beserra, 21, from Bahia, the Champions of the Earth Award, of the United Nations (UN) Environment. It is the first time a Brazilian national wins the accolade.
Brazilian students and teachers are taking part in rallies across the country today (Aug 13) in defense of the autonomy of public universities, and against the reduction in funding for education and the overhaul in the country’s pension system.
A survey by TIC Educação, with Brazil’s Internet Steering Committee (CGI.br), published this week, reveals that 92 percent of public school teachers and 86 percent of private school teachers seek on their own to get informed about new teaching resources and technological innov
Brazil’s Ministry of Education plans to install 108 schools in the so-called “civic-military” model across Brazil by 2023 under the National Commitment for Basic Education, an initiative unveiled in Brasília on Thursday (Jul. 11).