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ST/AI/2011/4/Amend. 1 refers to “formal education” whereas the letter from the Lebanese Ministry of Education and Higher Education refers to “compulsory education”. Formal education and compulsory education are two distinct aspects of an educational system and should not be used interchangeably as the response from MEU seems to indicate. f. Formal education differs from primary education in that primary education is part of formal education, while formal education is a broader concept that includes other types of formal classes such as kindergarten and secondary school.
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Score: 511319.34 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2018-046.pdf
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Kindly refer to section 6.2 of ST/AI/2011/4 on Education Grant which provides, in relevant part, that any paid advance shall be considered as due from the staff member until the education grant Case No. (...) On 14 February 2013, he was clearly informed that OHRM was unable to confirm the 2011–2012 education grant claims for two children and education travel grant request for another child and Case No. (...) UNDT/2016/104 Page 27 of 38 97. ST/AI/2011/4 (Education grant and special education grant for children with a disability), issued on 27 May 2011, states, in relevant part: I.
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Score: 509510.06 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2016-104.pdf
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On 8 August 2016, the Applicant submitted, again through the “Education Grant Tool”, his claim for education grant and special education grant for the academic year 2015-2016. (...) Section 14.1 of ST/AI/2011/4 on the relationship between the education grant and the special education grant provides that (emphasis added): When a child with a disability is unable to attend a regular educational institution or attends on a full time basis a regular educational institution that provides the necessary special arrangements for the child, admissible educational expenses shall be reimbursed against the special education grant, regardless of whether the staff member would otherwise be entitled to a regular education grant in respect of the child. 19. (...) Additional admissible educational expenses incurred for special teaching and training outside the educational institution shall be reimbursed against the special education grant at the 100 per cent rate.
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Score: 509327.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2018-111.pdf
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By email dated 19 March 2018, following the Applicant’s request for the basis of denying her requests for education grant, the Human Resources Manager, HRA, referred her to the policy applicable on education grant and reiterated the decision not to grant her education grant for the 2016/2017 school year. (...) UNDT/2020/135 Page 4 of 8 c. She is entitled to education grant since March 2017 for the 2016/2017 school year under sec. 2(a) of Administrative Instruction ST/AI/2011/4 (Education grant and special education grant for children with a disability). (...) Exceptionally, a lower minimum eligibility age for receipt of the education grant could be accepted if laws at a specific location mandated an earlier start of formal education[.] 22.
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Score: 508644.3 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-135.pdf
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In June 2017, the Applicant submitted a request for payment of education grant and/or advance against the education grant (P.45 form) for his two children. 11. (...) Accordingly, Staff Regulations and Rules and the Administrative Instruction concerning education grant entitlements were revised. As shown below, the rules relating to a regular education grant were significantly changed, while those applying to a special education grant for children with disabilities were maintained under a previous education grant scheme. Therefore, to better understand the changes made to a regular education grant, the Tribunal will review how the rules for a regular education grant as well as a special education grant were established under a new education grant scheme.
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Score: 506307.03 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-215.pdf
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The Applicant’s case is that he is a staff member on a continuing appointment and therefore meets the eligibility criteria for the education grant entitlement. Education grant is meant to help staff members provide good education for their children while they work in the field. A child’s education is more valuable than money and should be the essence of the education grant entitlement. His request for prorating the education grant entitlement is fair and pragmatic.
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Score: 504693.5 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2021-088.pdf
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The following facts are uncontested:2 … As a result of the limited vocational, technical and academic university education and training offered to Palestine refugee students at UNRWA Educational Institutions, UNRWA introduced the Parallel Education Programme (“PEP”) at the technical level at Vocational Training Centres, and at the University level at the Faculty of Educational Sciences and Arts (“FESA”). (...) As to the other applications, the UNRWA DT considered the Appellants’ posts and the provisions covering the parallel education allowance and concluded that the Appellants were not eligible to receive a parallel education allowance. (...) They attach memoranda from the University of Balqa’ and the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research of Jordan, to which the colleges adhere in all aspects of the educational process. 10.
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Score: 503196.7 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2018-UNAT-894.pdf
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He noted that receiving the education grant would “alleviate the hardship caused by [his] daughter’s disability”. 20. (...) However, Wang’s further request for an advance on the education grant for the school year 2004/2005 was denied. (...) The Secretary-General further submits that the UNDT properly refused Wang’s request for an education grant upon moving to Austria. The UNDT Judgment is consistent with the purpose and legal framework governing eligibility for an education grant. 41.
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Score: 502029.3 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2011-unat-140.pdf
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On 22 September 2020, the Applicant submitted a form entitled “Special education grant and related benefits claim for payment and/or request for advance” to claim the special education grant and related benefit for the academic year 2019 to 2020. (...) Staff regulation 3.2 establishes education grant and special education grant entitlements for eligible staff members. 16. (...) The amount of education grant and special education grant entitlements is further set out in Appendix B to the Staff Regulations and Rules. 19.
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Score: 501913.5 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2022-028.pdf
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Krioutchkov applied for JO 63349 in 2016, the World Higher Education Database (WHED) was embedded in Inspira. (...) The Inspira allows for candidates from a wide range of educational systems to enter their education and have it considered in a fair and equal manner. 14. (...) Hence, as the UNDT correctly found, the Organization correctly excluded him for not meeting the educational requirement, as he had not entered his educational credentials accurately.
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Score: 501738.33 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2020-UNAT-1071.pdf
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