Tag: covid pandemic

Lack of adequate medical institutions forces students to go abroad: HC

Due to the lack of adequate medical institutions offering affordable and quality education to aspiring students, they are forced to leave their home countries and pursue studies abroad and this reality has become a cause for concern when ‘Due to the conflict between Ukraine and Russia, thousands of Indian medical students have been brought back […]

DOLE, SBMA take over educational assistance to Freeport stakeholders

The Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA), in partnership with the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), has resumed offering assistance to students who wish to continue their studies while working part-time in this first Freeport . SBMA President and Trustee Rolen Paulino expressed his appreciation for the program, believing it will help less privileged but […]

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 […]

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 […]

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. […]

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. […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Quebec government offers education assistance to children of single parents – Manila newsletter

News / Metro / The Quebec government offers educational assistance to children of single parents The Quebec government offers educational assistance to children of single parents On Thursday, January 13, the Quezon City Social Services Development Department (QC SSDD) handed over P 5,000 in cash to 500 children of indigent single parents registered in the […]

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 […]

How is Ed-Tech shaping the future of education?

[Vandit Kinarivala – Founder & CEO, Dweek Studios] The global electronics technology market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 19.9% ​​from 2021 to 2028. In 2021, this industry was worth $ 106.04 billion. What is the reason for the explosive growth trajectory that is envisioned for this sector? There are several reasons Ed-Tech […]

Mandatory entrance test for admission to UG courses at central universities from 2022

New Delhi: As the Central University Common Entrance Test (CUCET) is due to come into effect from the next academic session, the admission process for all undergraduate courses at most central universities will change from the next. academic session. The Ministry of Education and the University Scholarships Commission (UGC) have informed central universities about the […]

These Vancouver high school students noticed a gap in teaching coding. So they filled it

When moving from public to private school, Austin Ma noticed a striking difference: His new school offered a lot more computer classes, an education gap he found “unsettling.” . “I was able to enjoy all these really fun new coding lessons, but knowing that they weren’t available to other kids who had similar interests to […]

Texas 60×30 education plan needs update, higher education official says

In 2015, the state of Texas launched an ambitious plan to have 60% of its young adult population graduate with a higher education degree or two-year certificate by 2030. But lawmakers couldn’t predict that the COVID-19 pandemic would impact the abilities of many students to attend college. Harrison Keller, Texas’ commissioner for higher education, announced […]

Agents of change through actionable sustainability

If you’re serious about sustainability and climate change, what better place to study than in the world’s greenest city? Nestled right next to Vienna’s lush Türkenschanzpark, the BOKU University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, has consistently maintained its status as one of Europe’s leading educational centers for the study of the intersection complex […]

RN-BSN students use technology to learn skills

Listen to this article. As the COVID-19 pandemic swept across the country and universities shifted to online learning, nursing programs needed a new way to deliver clinical experiences to students. Drawing inspiration from long-standing online nursing programs like the RN at BSN, universities have turned to technology for help. What is a virtual nursing simulation? […]

STEM Education – CAC Cactus

Students often think that science, technology, engineering, or math (STEM) education is overwhelming. Common concerns involve everything from “classes for smart people” to “women don’t do that”. However, one needs to take a closer look at STEM education and career options before crossing them off the list. STEM classes often require hard work, not native […]

How Texas Advancement School Helps Reduce Unemployment

LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / December 2, 2021 / Education will never be the same after the world has been forced to go virtual in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. These unprecedented circumstances have opened up a world of possibilities to reshape and rationalize traditional modes of education. An educational institution, the Texas […]

Marquette President Mike Lovell talks about the future of the university

MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY, like other educational institutions, had to immediately and drastically change the way it educated students when the COVID-19 pandemic struck in March 2020. The most dramatic decision involved the shift from in-person classes to fully online educational programs. The return of students to campus at the end of the summer for the current […]

Underground Scholars Initiatives Expands to Host More Activities and Events for Students Affected by Incarceration

The Underground Scholars Initiative (USI) attempts to map a prison-to-school rehabilitation route through recruitment, retention and advocacy for incarcerated, formerly incarcerated and system-impacted students. In the spring of 2013, the Underground Scholars Initiative was established at UC Berkeley as a student-led organization, led by students previously incarcerated and impacted by the system. As a result, […]

SEE International Provides Critical, Transformative Eye Care and Surgery Worldwide | Good for Santa Barbara

Posted on November 17, 2021 | 15:00 It’s time to get into the holiday spirit and join in giving back to your community. Join Noozhawk this #GivingTuesday and donate to your favorite local nonprofits. Noozhawk is partnering with local associations to encourage you to participate in the International Day of Giving, which takes place on […]

3,287 students receive education aid from Siquijor government – Manila Newsletter

New / Visayas / 3,287 students benefit from educational support from the government of Siquijor 3,287 students benefit from educational support from the government of Siquijor The Siquijor provincial government headed by Vice Governor Mei Ling Quezon and Siquijor Isolated District representative Jake Vincent Villa has launched its education assistance program for 3,287 students affected […]

Local entrepreneurs team up to launch Precious Piñata children’s education program

Content of the article An educational program designed by a woman from Chatham to help children cope with life challenges such as mental health, racism and bullying now has a much needed retail presence at the Giant Tiger store in Chatham. Content of the article “It’s like a catalyst to make it known in the […]

Insurance Care Direct Celebrates Student Success in Pioneering Educational Program Delivered as a Benefit to Employees During COVID-19 Pandemic

DEERFIELD BEACH, Florida, August 26, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Insurance Care Direct (ICD), one of the nation’s leading health insurance providers, celebrates the success of students who have participated in the company’s pioneering Educational Support (ESP) program, a benefit offered to families of ICD employees during the Covid19 pandemic. This fall, students who were […]

Worcester restarts Eyes Up, Phones Down educational program

WORCESTER, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) – Worcester officials are relaunching the “Eyes Up, Phones Down” program, which aims to educate people about the dangers of distracted driving. The program was launched in February 2020, but was halted due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Speaking at a city hall press conference on Tuesday with other city officials, District […]

Bridge renews its unwavering support for the government’s education program

– Celebrates five years of its LEAP program The Liberia Education Advancement Program (LEAP), of which Bridge Liberia is the largest partner, celebrated its five-year partnership with the Ministry of Education. The LEAP program was signed in 2016, and it is an innovative public-private partnership school program designed to transform the public primary education system. […]

The legislator opens educational aid to students

NEGROS. Representative of the fifth district Marilou Arroyo. (File photo) The representative of the FIFTH District, Marilou Arroyo, confirmed the opening of requests for educational assistance to college students. Thanks to Arroyo’s initiative, college students in Negros Occidental Fifth District can now apply for education assistance to meet their financial needs for schooling. Arroyo said […]

Legislator opens educational aid for middle school students

NIGS. Fifth District Representative Marilou Arroyo. (File photo) FIFTH District representative Marilou Arroyo confirmed the opening of requests for academic aid to college students. Through Arroyo’s initiative, college students in Negros Occidental’s Fifth District can now apply for educational assistance to meet their schooling-related financial needs. Arroyo said the program is part of his office’s […]

OWWA launches educational assistance program for children of returnee OFWs – Manila bulletin

New / national / OWWA launches educational assistance program for children of returnee OFWs OWWA launches educational assistance program for children of returnee OFWs The Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) on Thursday launched a 400 million peso education assistance program for repatriated Filipino Overseas Workers (OFW) children. (EASE-OWWA / MANILA BULLETIN) The “EASE Project” or […]

COVID-19: TVRI to broadcast educational program to help students learn from home – National

Nina Loasana (The Jakarta Post) Jakarta ● Sat 11 April 2020 2020-04-11 08:51 596 fc6853813033f564188675f8bd11b9ac 1 national COVID-19, Ministry-of-Education-and-Culture, TVRI, Nadiem-Makarim, Education, COVID-19-in-Indonesia, coronavirus, virus-corona, virus-korona-indonesia To free Public broadcaster TVRI will broadcast a one-day educational program called Belajar dari Rumah (Study at Home) for three months to help students who need to study at […]

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