Nova SBE Alumnus and Teaching Assistant, Portuguese Diplomat at United Nations, explaining the new Master’s Module on the Sustainable Development Goals Agenda!
Countries differ in their academic upper-secondary school systems whereby some require their students to choose a specialization track from a set of areas – typically natural sciences, economic sciences, or humanities – and follow that specialization for the course of their upper secondary education years whereas, by contrast, others follow a general curriculum in which students are not required to follow a single specialization and thus, may receive a more general education. This research estimates the possible effects on students’ achievement of these institutional differences.Learn more
What are the SDGs and Why do they matter for Nova SBE? These were the leading questions for the workshops held online for our staff & faculty.Learn more
Do regular school students enrolled in public schools in Continental Portugal are distributed unevenly by schools and classes?Learn more