Category: Educational courses

Closing Schools 2.0: Check the list of states that have closed schools and colleges amid fear of third wave of Covid

Amid an increase in Covid-19 cases in the country, it is once again that time of year when state governments have decided to shut down schools and other educational institutions to contain the virus. Several states had resumed offline lessons for high school and primary classes, however, the recent outbreak has forced students to return […]

Critical Ideas Related to Racial Theory Found in Compulsory Programs of Over 230 Colleges and Universities: Report

At least 236 colleges or universities have some form of compulsory student training of courses on ideas related to Critical Race Theory (CRT), according to a database containing information from more than 500 institutions. Among these are 149 institutions that have some form of mandatory teacher or staff training, with 138 making school-wide curriculum requirements […]

Assistant Professor / Teacher in Communication job with WENZHOU – KEAN UNIVERSITY

About the University of Wenzhou-Kean Wenzhou-Kean University (WKU), located in Wenzhou, China, one of three Sino-American universities with NYU Shanghai and Duke Kunshan University, is approved by the Ministry of Education of China. Launched in 2012, WKU offers a unique model of higher education in partnership with Kean University, a comprehensive public university in the […]

College students with young children – especially mothers – find themselves in a time crunch | Parenting

Obtaining a university degree is an investment with considerable rewards. Adults with a high school diploma earn on average $ 32,000 more per year than those with a high school diploma. This increase in income can mean a big difference in the quality of life, ranging from the ability to afford housing, to lower cases […]

Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC): Transforming Learning Experiences

Education has always been the emblem of contemporary social, cultural and economic transformation. With the emergence of Covid-19 as a pandemic and the dire circumstances that resulted from it, leading to the closure of conventional learning methods, have brought a new dimension to education. Online learning had to be the alternative to minimize educational waste […]

Hawaii’s education system provides key link to solving healthcare workforce crisis – State of Reform

Hawaii’s healthcare system continues to face the double strain of the COVID-19 pandemic and a significant labor shortage. A recent report of the University of Hawaii (UH) John A. Burns School of Medicine has seen a shortage of 1,000 statewide physicians – a deficit that the report said would be “difficult to manage” even without […]

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