Category: Educational courses

Working with black girls to improve an education system that disproportionately punishes them | Rutgers University

When Jamelia Harris, a researcher at RutgersUniversity Newark, set out to study an education system that disproportionately punishes and criminalizes black girls, she looked to girls themselves for answers. “Adults make the mistake of thinking that we know better than students how to address racial and gender inequalities in our school system. But it’s so […]

Physical education could prove transformative for the country

The government’s vision of a digital university to reach all students across the country, with its promise of personalized education at the doorstep, should be seen as a historic milestone in Indian education. While I was on the Harvard Board of Overseers which launched Havardx (which offers free online courses from Harvard University) and Edx […]

New academic support program to help students during the pandemic and beyond – Technical

In the face of pandemic-induced academic challenges, Tech’s new Learning Assistant (LA) program was created to facilitate interactive learning in campus classrooms. The LA program acts as a hybrid of two existing tutoring and academic support programs: Teaching Assistants (TA) and Leaders of Peer-Led Undergraduate Studies (PLUS). During a lecture, recitation, studio, or lab, LAs […]

RYB Education, Inc. Announces Divestiture of Directly Managed Kindergarten Business and Proposes Name Change

BEIJING, March 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — RYB Education, Inc. (“RYB” or the “Company”) (NYSE: RYB) announces that its subsidiaries have entered into termination agreements with certain variable interest entities, a decision made after careful consideration of the regulatory landscape and development needs of the society. By entering into these termination agreements, RYB will no longer […]

VHS Learning opens registration for 2022 Summer School

“Summer is a great time for students to grab credits needed for graduation or explore topics that can help them discover future careers,” said Carol DeFuria, President and CEO. from VHS Learning. BOSTON (PRWEB) March 02, 2022 VHS Learning has opened registration for its 2022 summer courses. The summer program begins June 15 and […]

Zimbabwe: Thousands benefit from First Lady/Zou partnership. . . More expected to join

SIX thousand people from the country’s five provinces and the Open Women’s Prison have so far benefited from the partnership between First Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa’s Angel of Hope Foundation and the Zimbabwe Open University (ZOU), which offers them life-changing courses in various disciplines. , free. In Harare, those who have completed their courses and graduated, […]

As journalism professions evolve, so must the curriculum

For more than a century, education has prepared young people for their full-time journalism jobs employed by major news outlets. But the advertising-based business model that sustained journalism is crumbling because of new technologies, and jobs of the old kind are becoming scarce. The educational model, too, must change to adapt to new realities. Traditional […]

This eight-course package teaches finance and accounting for under $30

The Hill may be compensated and/or receive an affiliate commission if you purchase through our links. There are many professionals and services that offer to handle accounting and financial needs, but their availability is not guaranteed, especially during tax season — and the costs of such work can add up quickly, leaving customers wondering if […]

Sidney Powell watched ‘vote-rigging demonstration’ for CLE: documents

Sidney Powell appears in an August 2021 interview with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Attorney Sidney Powell, who failed in a vociferous, multi-jurisdictional bid to argue the 2020 U.S. presidential election, filed a series of documents on Friday evening to attest that she had complied with a court order to take additional training courses. Continuing Legal […]

UW Selects Allen as Director of New Computer Science School | News

February 25, 2022 Gabrielle Allen An accomplished administrator and specialist in computing and its applications in modern life has been named the first director of the new School of Computing at the University of Wyoming. Gabrielle Allen, professor of mathematics and statistics and adjunct professor of physics and astronomy, who is also a special assistant […]

KT&G actively supports young people in Indonesia, online class fully opens in February

– Indonesia Sangsang Univ ‧ Korean Language School, Regular Online Class Opens This Year… Youth Skills Development Support – From language courses to career development programs… Exceptional use of online channels in the era of Covid-19 Seoul, South Korea, February 25, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — KT&G, a global Korean company, is helping young Indonesians develop their […]

Johns Hopkins Carey Business School Extends Accreditation with AACSB International

Newswise – Johns Hopkins Carey Business School has extended its accreditation by AACSB International (AACSB) for another five years. AACSB is the largest business education alliance in the world. Accreditation by the AACSB is considered a mark of excellence and associated with achieving the highest standards in business education. Carey Business School earned its first […]

Hyderabad Institute of Excellence offers free 12th residential course for deserving students

The Hyderabad Institute of Excellence (HIE) has announced its Scholarship Eligibility Test (HIESET) for two-year Residential Intermediate MPC, BiPC or MEC. Interested candidates or their parents can log on to to register for the eligibility test by giving the required information. Aiming to impart quality education to students from marginalized sections of society, the […]

Mid-State Educators: Curriculum Display Proposals Add Burden to Existing Transparency | Education

Through various means, local school district administrators say they are already providing parents with access to information about the courses their children are taking in school. The concern is that national pressure to force educators to publicly post all course materials online could have a chilling effect on teachers’ ability to deliver instruction. “It would […]

Eradicate poverty through vocational education

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Education is a critical factor in helping to reduce poverty around the world. However, there are different types of education and the approach of using vocational education to reduce poverty is essential. Vocational training allows people to acquire specific skills for different types of jobs, mainly for technical or commercial trades, such […]

Experts say free tuition from your job is a bargain. May be.

NORTHWICH, UK – JULY 03: The Starbucks logo hangs outside one of the company’s cafes in … [+] Northwich on July 3, 2008 in Northwich, England. Starbucks Corp in the United States recently announced plans to close 600 company-operated stores in the country, representing approximately 7% of Starbucks’ global workforce. Many UK consumers are starting […]

Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check, LLP Announces Investor Securities Fraud Class Action Lawsuit Against New Oriental Education & Technology Group Inc. | News

RADNOR, Pa., February 19, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The law firm Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check, LLP ( advises investors that a class action securities lawsuit has been filed against New Oriental Education & Technology Group Inc. ( “New Oriental”) (NYSE: EDU). The suit accuses New Oriental of violations of federal securities laws, including omissions and […]

Startup Mantra: Bringing education to the local level

Initially launched as a B2B software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform for on-campus internship preparation, ed-tech company Pariksha (KnocTowl Technologies) had to pivot in just three years to a B2C model offering achievement-based education in regional languages ​​for students aspiring to state government job competitions and exams. The company, founded in 2015 by graduates of Symbiosis University and […]

ECPI University Moves to Larger Campus in North Charleston > Charleston Business Journal

ECPI University has opened the doors to a new, larger location at 3800 Paramount Drive in North Charleston, moving from the university’s former location on Northside Drive. James Weaver, campus president of ECPI University Charleston, said the university is designed to support adult learners with an “immersive and hands-on” educational experience. “Our goal is for […]

One Year After Promulgation: Isakson-Roe Veterans Health Care and Benefits Enhancement Act

The Johnny Isakson and David P. Roe Veterans Health Care and Benefits Enhancement Act of 2020 (Isakson-Roe Act) was signed into law in January 2021. This week, we continue our examination of the many ways in which the law improves the benefits and care veterans receive from VA by reviewing burial needs, educational opportunities and […]

Rethinking remedial programs to promote the success of college students

Many incoming students are deemed underprepared for the rigors of college-level study and are referred to remedial courses (or developmental education). Up to 65% of community college students complete at least one remedial course within six years of initial enrollment. Black students, Hispanic students, and students from low-income backgrounds are disproportionately placed in these courses. […]

Woodlands Bank sponsors financial education programs for students | Education

Soon, all students in grades 3 through 12 in Lycoming and Clinton counties will have full, free access to a “personal finance lab.” The program is sponsored by the Pennsylvania Council on Financial Literacy, Brighter Financial Futures, and Woodlands Bank. The “Personal Finance Lab” is a world-class online stock market simulation platform and the program […]

Officials silent on potential action against GWTeach professor – The GW Hatchet

Administrators have repeatedly refused to say whether they will take disciplinary action against a professor who uttered the N-word during an anti-racism class last month, as students called for his firing. Officials said GWTeach teacher Alicia Bitler quit teaching the course after calling her use of the N-word an “oops moment” and later apologized to […]

The effects of underinvestment in schools are clear across Pennsylvania

OPINION AND COMMENT Editorials and other opinion content provide insights into issues important to our community and are independent of the work of our newsroom reporters. We are school board members from across the greater Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Our school districts range from small to large, rural to urban, well-resourced to under-resourced. Despite our varied […]

The Black History Matters program unveils the program for week 3

PETERBORO — The National Abolition Hall of Fame and Museum Black History Matters 2022 program series continues for its third week beginning Tuesday, February 15. , the program organizer, on February 1st. Basulto described the purpose of Black History Matters 2022 and explained how people can attend the free presentations virtually. Videos are available after […]

How Gastromotiva eliminates food insecurity in Brazil

HOPKINTON, New Hampshire – As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to ravage the world, malnutrition and hunger rates have jumped to 9.9% from the 8.4% rate in 2014-2019, leaving “between 720 and 811 million people” starving in 2020. Hunger became a reality everywhere, including in countries that were moving towards generalized food security, such as Brazil. […]

Get WILD: Registration for three Project WILD spring courses is now open

Idaho Fish & Game’s Project WILD program is offering three training courses this spring. These workshops are designed primarily for classroom teachers, but are also ideal for Scout leaders, child care providers, and other adults interested in learning and sharing more about our natural world with others. Workshop participants can earn professional development credits through […]

Yale-NUS successor shares plans for new program

Asha Prihar, collaborating photographer The National University of Singapore College, the successor to Yale-NUS, plans to revamp the Yale-affiliated college’s common liberal arts curriculum but retains many of its core elements, the college’s designated dean said on Wednesday. Announced last August, NUS College is the result of the merger between Yale-NUS and the NUS University […]

Participation in the AP course, drop in performance at the ETHS in the midst of a pandemic

ETHS faculty and administrators provide an update on Advanced Placement participation at the February 7 board meeting. (Screenshot) At Monday night’s school board meeting in Evanston Township School District 202, administrators offered updates on student reading and advanced-level course attendance. The COVID-19 pandemic has presented challenges for student learning, standardized test performance, and academic progress. […]

Editorial: Children need a week in the woods to learn outdoors

By the editorial board of the Herald Ask former Everett School District students about Camp Silverton, and you’ll likely hear stories from former fifth-grade campers and high school counselors about days spent identifying trees and plants, visiting historic mines and the Big Four ice caves, testing river water for pH levels, sleeping in open-air A-frame […]

“Metaversity joins virtual reality, identity, assets for a holistic education”

A fundamental change in the way education is thought about is needed and it should not be limited to uploading videos of educational and professional courses online, believes MANISH MAHESHWARI, former head of Twitter India and co-founder of Metaversity. In an exclusive interview with AASHISH ARYAN, he says higher education should not be limited to […]

The “joint council” will take shape in 2022

Another innovative approach to supporting student academic and career success begins this year through partnerships with The Bridge of Southern New Mexico and a $70,000 grant from the Thornburg Foundation. Ensuring that students in our county get the most out of our rich educational ecosystem depends on the best guidance for navigating their unique career […]

The National Abolition Hall of Fame sheds light on the series’ upcoming episodes

PETERBORO — The National Abolition Hall of Fame and Museum Black History Matters 2022 program series continues for its second week beginning Tuesday, February 8. February’s brief daily “crash courses” in American History began with a welcome and sneak peek from Victoria Basulto, the February 1 programming organizer. Basulto described the purpose of Black History […]

TAL ALERT: Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP Files Class Action Lawsuit Against TAL Education Group, Announces Opportunity for Investors Suffering Substantial Losses to Lead Case

SAN DIEGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP announces that it has filed a class action lawsuit seeking to represent purchasers of American Depository Shares (“ADS”) of TAL Education Group (NYSE: TAL) between April 26, 2018 and July 22, 2021, both dates inclusive (the “Class Period”) and accusing TAL Education and certain of its senior […]

Utah bill would mandate course for divorcees who want to change parenting plan

Rep. Carol Spackman Moss, D-Holladay, speaks in the House Chamber at the Salt Lake City Capitol on January 21. Moss introduces a bill that would require divorced couples with children to take an educational course when they need to change their parenting plans. (Kristin Murphy, Deseret News) Estimated reading time: 3-4 minutes SALT LAKE CITY […]

How IIITD focuses on training students to develop human-centered solutions

The research will be in the area of ​​health, education, privacy and security, and technologies related to smart cities and will also help support efforts towards the Sustainable Development Goals. The Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology Delhi (IIITD) has recently established the Center of Excellence (CoE) in Human Centered Computing (HCC), with the aim of […]

What to expect if you have applied for programs in Australia with the escalating Covid curve?

The outbreak of the Covid pandemic in 2019 led countries around the world to close their borders to cope with rising infections and deaths. The ripple effect has hit industries that depend on international travel very hard. The overseas education market has been one of many bearing the brunt of border closures as a result […]

Pembroke students named to Dean’s Lists

The Pembroke Mariner & Express welcomes your birth, engagement, wedding, anniversary, graduation and Dean’s List announcements, as well as news of achievements and other articles and photos of personal interest. Mail to Pembroke Mariner & Express, 10 Cordage Park Circle, Suite 240, Plymouth MA 02360, or (preferably) email Curry College Dean’s List MILTON – […]

‘We want to help. We want to teach’

A Lincoln couple with experience teaching in another state wants to help with Nebraska’s school staff shortage. But Desiree Feria Smith and her husband Nicholas said they were sidelined due to state regulations. the last three years. “I’m certified in Bilingual Spanish and Early Childhood through Sixth Grade,” Desiree said. We want to be here. […]

Springboard and UMass Global launch e-learning partnership of four technical skills programs

Springboard’s Largest College Partnership Offers Mentor-Led Online Educational Bootcamps to Help Working Adults Springboard, an online learning platform that prepares students for in-demand careers through comprehensive mentor-led programs, and the University of Massachusetts Global (UMass Global) today announced a four-program partnership with tracks in cyber security, Data analysis, Data scienceand Software engineering. The partnership is […]

Arizona State University to Offer Free Global Certificate in Management and Entrepreneurship

Arizona State University’s Thunderbird School of Global Management will use a US$25 million donation to provide students around the world with a free, accredited online Global Management and Entrepreneurship Certificate. The donation, made by the Francis and Dionne Najafi Global Initiative, would enable the university to educate and empower 100 million learners by 2030. “Through […]

“We are still trying to understand what the demand is at Manistee”

MANISTEE — West Shore Community College kicked off the winter semester this month, marking the college’s second semester offering classes at the Manistee Downtown Education Center. Mark Kinney, vice president of academics and student services, said the WSCC is still working to determine which classes are best for the building and the community. “We’re still […]

Lawmakers introduce hard-hitting ‘Parents’ Rights to Education Bill’

The proposed bill not only addresses concerns about elements of controversial CRT (critical race theory) curricula that are seeping into some Western Australian public school systems, but also issues that have arisen over the past two years. Rep. Brad Klippert (8th District Republican) introduced HB (Household Bill) 2087, called the “Parents’ Education Rights” bill. THE […]

Renew your career through Executive Education

By Sunil Sood, Business Manager – Executive Education, Times Professional Learning Amid economic uncertainties, technological disruptions, a two-year pandemic, rapid globalization, and many other cascading forces that are creating tectonic shifts for business, executive education has become more important than ever. For working professionals to stay competitive, improving skills is the need of the hour […]

Venuti named OUWB’s first Emeritus Professor

One of Oakland University’s first William Beaumont School of Medicine professors has been named the school’s first professor emeritus. The Oakland University Board of Trustees approved the appointment of Judith Venuti, Ph.D., on December 13, 2021. Venuti says it is “truly an honor” that is made all the more special because teaching at OUWB was […]

FourthRev Secures $8M in Series A Funding to Expand Digital Skills Programs to Academia and Industry

Get instant alerts when news breaks on your stocks. Claim your one week free trial for StreetInsider Premium here. First European impact fund on education technologies, Educapital joins Reach Capital and Emerge Education as well as edtech entrepreneurs as investors in FourthRev New university partnership established with King’s College London to develop additional Career Accelerator […]

Wytheville Community College Scholarship to Honor the Memory of a Former Faculty Member

WYTHEVILLE, Va. (WFXR) – On Wednesday, January 26, the Education Foundation at Wytheville Community College (WCC) announced the “Bobby Jean Wymer Memorial Scholarship,” a scholarship in memory of Wymer who died in 2019 established by his friends and colleagues Phyllis Ashworth, Denita Burnett, Rhonda Catron-Wood and Janice Pryor. Bobby Jean Wymer was Professor of English […]

Economic and technological changes favor skills-building programs

(TNS) — “Skills, not schools” may not be the most well-known motto of our time, but it is becoming increasingly popular among employers. A growing number are willing to consider applicants for high-paying white-collar jobs based on what they can do rather than whether they have a bachelor’s degree. Earlier this month, technology consultancy Accenture […]

PJSC Sberbank: Launch of “Let’s Teach It!” student competition for the best educational course concept

On International Education Day, ahead of Students’ Day in Russia, applications will be open for the “Let’s Teach It!” competition organized by SberEducation in collaboration with the best Russian universities: Moscow City University, MIPT, NUST MISIS, HSE University, ITMO University and Ural Federal University. Students of Russian higher education institutions have until February 20, 2022 […]

Administrators and professors should embrace open source textbooks – The GW Hatchet

The second semester is well under way, bringing with it the semi-annual ritual of buying textbooks at exorbitant prices. The national average price for course materials is $153 per course, which can mean that students may end up paying around $1,000 per semester just to get the reading materials they need. This puts additional financial […]

State Regulators Act With Mortgage Originators On Security Education Requirements – Lewis-Clark Valley Community

Washington State Department of Financial Institutions OLYMPIA- The Washington State Department of Financial Institutions (DFI) and financial regulatory agencies in 41 other states have reached settlements with 441 mortgage originators (MLOs) nationwide who falsely claim to have followed […]

Non-profit organization offers liberal arts classes to inmates serving time in Suffolk correctional facilities

Law enforcement agencies and groups that help rehabilitate inmates hope a new program offering liberal arts classes to inmates at Riverhead and Yaphank can teach them critical thinking skills that could help break early in the cycle of recurrence. Sound Justice Initiative, a non-profit organization based in Riverhead, has launched a college-level liberal arts program […]

The WNC spring semester begins Monday; there’s still time to register for in-person online courses | Carson City Nevada News

A new year and a new semester mean fantastic opportunities for students at Western Nevada College.With the spring semester beginning on Monday, January 24, make sure you don’t miss the opportunity to pursue your educational goals, prepare for a career that interests you, pivot and change careers, or resume training that was interrupted. Take classes […]

Edmonds School District Alternate Tax Mail-In Ballots

With ballots in the mail this week, the Edmonds School District is asking voters to support a measure in February that, if approved, would continue to fund various staff positions and school programs. Last November, the Edmonds School District Board of Trustees voted to include levy in the election on February 8. The measure would […]

25 Wisconsin Prisoners Earn Associate’s Degree Through Growing Program | Higher Education

Graduate Martin Medina sits during his graduation ceremony. Medina was chosen as a student speaker. SCREENSHOT Emilie Hammer | Wisconsin State Journal Martin Medina, 39, grew up in poverty, surrounded by violence and drug trafficking. At 14, his friend died of gunshot wounds. Soon after, her father was imprisoned and deported for selling drugs to […]

Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham Launches Online Hinduism Course – India Education | Latest Education News | World Education News

NEW DELHI: Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, ranked 5th best overall university in India in the 2021 NIRF rankings, has launched an online certificate program in Hinduism. title “Introduction to Hinduism.” The course, delivered by the university’s International Center for Spiritual Studies, will run for 200 hours over six months. The course fee is Rs. 10,000 and […]

Indigenous educational institution obtains accreditation

The Kenjgewin Teg Educational Institute (KTEI) on Manitoulin Island has achieved accreditation in the Province of Ontario, a first step in giving the education authority the authority to award certificates, diplomas and degrees. KTEI announced on January 14 that it had obtained its accreditation through the Indigenous Education and Advanced Skills Council (IAESC), which oversees […]

New college professors join Hinman College and College-in-the-Woods

The start of 2022 has brought some changes to Binghamton University’s Collegiate Professor Program as Hinman College and College-in-the-Woods (CIW) welcome new collegiate professors to their communities. At Hinman, Jay Newberry, associate professor of geography, took over the role of Al Vos, who retired from the University in 2020. And at CIW, Andy Merriwether, professor […]

Start your career path at Galway Community College of Further Education

Galway Community College, GCC, is one of the leading continuing education course providers in the city of Galway, offering full-time QQI accredited courses at levels 5 and 6. It offers courses in six specialist departments, design and technology ; sport; cinema, music and theatre; science and engineering; Social Protection; and Business and Secretarial. The college […]

LDWF, LAWFF will be hosting the next Becoming An Outdoors Woman Intro to Shotguns – Louisiana Style mini-workshop!

Mini workshop BOW initiation to shotguns. The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) and the Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Foundation (LAWFF) will be hosting the next Becoming an Outdoors Woman, Intro to Shotguns mini-workshop on March 19, 2022 at the Waddill Wildlife Refuge. This workshop will teach you how to improve your skeet shooting […]

Educational Services & Consulting (ESC) Announces Attendance at Windstorm Insurance Network Conference 2022 | News

CLERMONT, Florida., January 19, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Educational Services & Consulting (ESC) will participate in the Windstorm Insurance Network Conference at Orlando Florida from January 24 – 27. This year’s conference will be held at the Loews Royal Pacific Resort. This Clermont, Florida has been offering the Certified Adjuster Designation Course for over 20 years. […]

Malcolm Gladwell, Paul Simon and ‘Miracle and Wonder’

Miracle and Wonder: Conversations with Paul Simon by Malcolm Gladwell and Bruce Headlam Published (released?) in November 2021 The news was filled with stories of higher education’s struggles to adapt to the realities of Omicron. We all seem to be doing our best to navigate an educational environment that is part analog and part digital, […]

St. Mary’s Academy – New AP Capstone Degree Program

St. Mary’s Academy is one of 2,000 schools worldwide to offer a research-focused and collaborative AP Capstone degree program at the university level. The AP Capstone™ program will provide SMA students with the skills to become collaborators, critical thinkers, and consumers of information. – Principal of St. Mary’s Academy, Mrs. Mary Rose Batungbacal LOS ANGELES, […]

Technavio’s India Test Preparation Market Report highlights key findings in the area of ​​vendor landscape, key market segments, regions, and latest trends and drivers |

NEW YORK, January 17, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Technavio’s latest report on the test preparation market in India infers that the growing number of enrollments in exam preparation courses is driving the growth of this market, resulting in market growth of $7.22 billion from 2020 to 2025. Read additional market information, Get a FREE Sample Report. […]

A new online platform offers free courses to Laois migrants and refugees

A new online platform which provides free access to education and training courses for people with a refugee and migrant background in Laois and across Ireland has been launched. SaorEd is a collaborative initiative between three Irish non-profit organisations; Dignity Partnership based in Laois, Doras and New Horizon. It is built on the Kiron e-learning […]

WNC Homeschool Program Receives Scholarship

Michelle Ketten, Vice Chair of the WNC Foundation Board By Western Nevada College Sunday, January 16, 2022 As more homeschoolers turn to Western Nevada College to align their high school curriculum with college coursework, scholarships have become available to help parents fund alternative education for their child.WNC Foundation board member Michelle Ketten and her husband, […]

How nonprofits are helping Arizonans with dementia

Arizona is known for its warmer climate appealing to workers and late-career retirees, but experts believe it will soon be known for having the largest population of people with dementia. Dementia is a rampant problem in Arizona, an aging state. Eighteen percent of the state is 65 and older. The Alzheimer’s Association estimates that approximately […]

North Country Community College to resume classes in Akwesasne | Education

AKWESASNE — North Country Community College will offer classes in Akwesasne, continuing an ongoing partnership between the school and the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe. NCCC will offer a pair of three-credit courses in business and psychology, including in-person classes at the Ionkwakiohkwaró:ron Tribal Administration Building at 71 Margaret Terrance Memorial Way, in addition to online […]

Bond Steering Committee reports findings to Klein ISD Board of Directors

A 100-member Bond Steering Committee reported its findings to the Klein ISD Board of Directors to chart the course for the district for the next seven years. Recommendations from these findings address issues such as security, technology needs, facility acquisition and capacity challenges, as well as consideration of new facilities, a Klein ISD press release […]

UGC Changes ABC Platform Rules to Bring All Institutions into Its Scope

The Academic Credit Bank will hold students’ academic credits and facilitate multiple entry and exit to and from different courses and universities The platform was launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the first anniversary of NEP 2020. (Image source: Shutterstock) NEW DELHI: The University Grants Commission has placed all higher education institutions under the […]

LDWF and LAWFF are hosting the next Becoming An Outdoors Woman Deer Mini-Workshop – Louisiana style!

BOW mini workshop on dollars and deer The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fish (LDWF) and the Louisiana Wildlife and Fish Foundation (LAWFF) will host the next Becoming an Outdoor Woman, Bucks and Does mini-workshop on March 5 at Woodworth Outdoor Education Center. This workshop will cover deer biology and management, preferred habitat, deer sign, […]

Most academics and professionals don’t think UK lessons are helping people land green jobs

A survey of over 1,800 UK-based academics and chemistry industry professionals found that most do not think the climate and environment content currently in curricula is good enough to help students further their education or related careers. Conducted by the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) last year, the survey interviewed 619 education service providers and […]

What’s next for higher education?

For nearly two years, the COVID-19 pandemic has brought unprecedented disruption to California students and the institutions they attend. The coming year will likely be filled with continued uncertainty as colleges and students seek to return to some semblance of normality. How should policy makers and higher education leaders leverage their efforts to help students […]

LifeOmic Relaunches LIFE Ascent Personal Health Optimization Program with Focus on Scientific Content for Healthier Lives and Sustainable Weight Loss

New features provide members with richer daily educational content and tools to prevent chronic disease and promote healthy aging INDIANAPOLIS, January 13, 2022 / PRNewswire / – Omic Life, the creators of VIE mobile applications, today announced the relaunch of its personal health optimization program, Ascension of LIFE. The science-based educational program provides users with […]

Sue Bryce Education (SBE) announces new name, membership features, photography classes and in-person conference for 2022

PHOENIX, AZ / ACCESSWIRE / January 12, 2022 / It is not often that an industry experiences a profound impact that an organization can have on its members. But in 2015, Sue Bryce Education was formed and portrait photographers around the world suddenly became the beneficiaries of an organization that offered comprehensive online and in-person […]

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 […]

Reinventing education – The Shillong Times

The increase in the number of Covid cases in recent times is sounding the alarm bells for officials of educational institutions, teachers, students and their parents. Everyone is worried, but the reasons are different. Parents know very well that the two years 2020-2021 are lost since their children have never really studied in the true […]

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 […]

Start the New Year on the right foot! Register now for college courses in New York

With the new year here, it’s time to consider a resolution to seek a better career through higher education. Most colleges in the New York area are still registering courses for Fall 2022 or Spring 2023. You can choose to attend in person (as long as you are vaccinated) or register for distance learning courses. […]

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