Education Ministers and education leaders from the OECD’s
top-performing countries will gather in Wellington in March to hold
a global dialogue on building and supporting teaching excellence.
The annual International Summit on the Teaching Profession (ISTP)
provides a forum for Ministers, unions and teaching leaders to
discuss educational achievements and challenges from their own
countries and ...
Students are back in Dunedin, and it seems they are bringing
noise with them.The Dunedin City Council received 382 noise
complaints last month, the highest number in a single month since
February 2010.About half of those complaints...
Local college students press profs for textbook alternatives:
Frustrated by rising textbook costs, students at the University of
Washington and Tacoma Community College are asking professors to
seek out less-expensive alternatives online. College students
typically spend up to $1,200 per year on tex
The Tennessee Education Association has filed a lawsuit
against the Knox County Board of Education saying its use of
Tennessee Value Added Assessment System estimates in high-stakes
bonus decisions is unconstitutional.
American College of Education Attends IRC’s Building Bridges
to Literacy Conference and CTA’s Good Teaching Conference South
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WASHINGTON | America's colleges and universities are quietly
shifting the burden of their big tuition increases onto low-income
students, while many higher-income families are seeing their
college costs rise more slowly, or even fall, an analysis of
federal data shows.
Filipino students scored another victory in an international
math contest when they won 63 medals with one of them getting a
perfect score. The students won 7 gold, 20 silver and 36 bronze
medals in the 3rd International Mathematics Assessments for Schools
(IMAS). John Henry Marquez of UP Integrated School got a perfect
score in the contest, according to Dr. Simon Chua, president of the
America's colleges and universities are quietly shifting the
burden of their big tuition increases onto low-income students,
while many higher-income families are seeing their college costs
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Nichols College students are busy during the spring semester
earning college credits while working in sports organizations,
educational settings, area police departments and many other
interesting places that may help them with their future
London, March 9 (IANS) Education and increasing awareness are
protecting poor women in developing nations, including India, from
the fattening effects of rising wealth, a new research shows.
Obesity levels among women in low and middle-income countries tend
to rise in line with wealth as they purchase more energy-dense
foods. The study showed that in middle-income countries, obesity
levels among ...
Ramogi Huma is the founder and president of the National
College Players Association. He is championing the battle to have
college athletes paid. FOXSports.com caught up with him as he
prepares for his appearance.
MOOCs, or massive open online courses, are quickly becoming
technology darlings. Companies like Coursera, Udacity, edX and
others provide college-caliber online courses taught by professors
from the most prestigious universities. Millions of students
interested in pursuing inexpensive post-secondary education can
take classes on anything from nutritional health to machine
learning—right from the ...
lementary, middle and high school students gathered Friday at
the University of Tennessee to show off their historical knowledge
and compete for a chance to have their research projects seen on a
state and national level during East Tennessee History Day.