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College Majors Most in Demand by Employers

As college commencement season approaches graduates might be surprised to hear they should expect improving job prospects, according to a new study released Thursday by CareerBuilder and

Letters: Education in England is already centralised, Mr Clegg

The government's education reforms do not "carry the risk" of huge centralisation of power ( Clegg calls for 'middle tier' of authority to run free schools , 25 October). That centralisation has already occurred. Michael Gove can now open, close or fund schools in England at any level he chooses and site them wherever he thinks fit. He can also tinker with the examinations system or the national ...

Students return to school hit hardest by ferry disaster

ANSAN, South Korea – Students in the city hit hardest by the South Korean ferry disaster returned to classes Thursday, their school campus a tragic landscape of yellow ribbons, chrysanthemums and photos of classmates and teachers who make up the vast majority of the more than 300 people feared dead.

Education warnings 'six years ago'

Warnings over long-term vision for education in Wales were first raised more than six years ago, BBC Wales learns.

Will NAPLAN Online Crash IT In Schools?

The Australian Government plans to conduct the National Assessment Program — Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) online from 2016. This presents a significant challenge for Australia’s 9,500 schools. More »          

Students Watch Teacher Become U.S. Citizen

STOCKTON- Students at Wilhelmina Henry School in Stockton got a civic lesson that struck close to home after one of their teachers took her U.S. citizen’s oath at a school ceremony. Substitute teacher Heidy Keller is from Columbia but moved …

Students Angry At Victory University For Refund Check Delay

Students at Victory University are ticked off at the school because they have not received the money left over from their student loans.

Students push to ban smoking on campus

Hundreds of students are pushing to outlaw any smoking, including e-cigarettes, across the University of Nebraska at Omaha campus after a two-alarm dorm fire was sparked by a cigarette.

Students from two local schools head to National Science Bowl

SAN ANTONIO — Students from Brandeis High School and Keystone Middle School have slugged their way past regional tournaments to qualify for the National Science Bowl competition in Washington, D.C. and are headed there this week. Started in 1991 by the U.S. Department of Energy, the competition covers earth science, biology, chemistry, physics and algebra. Jason Nydegger, a high school Advanced ...

Abbott, in Houston, unveils more education ideas

Education again took center stage in the Texas governor's race Wednesday as Republican candidate Greg Abbott unveiled a second round of proposals to reform the state's system. The proposal was part of a package of reforms Abbott unveiled at Northbrook High School in west Houston.

Education May Help Insulate The Brain Against Traumatic Injury

People recover better from serious brain injuries if they've had more formal education, researchers say. They're not sure why book learning gives the brain more cognitive reserve.

College players charged in beating

Two college football players were arraigned in Massachusetts Superior Court on Wednesday for allegedly kicking and beating a homeless man until a passerby shielded the victim's body with her own, the Suffolk County District Attorney's Office said.

College-Educated Brains Recover Better From Injury, Study Suggests

A college education may do a lot more than provide better job opportunities — it may also make brains more resilient to trauma, a new study suggests.

Radical education shake-up proposed

The Irish education minister has proposed a radical shake-up of the further education sector, a day after he was heckled and booed by a teachers' union.

Westwood College Partners with a Better Chicago and Crushers Club to Raise Money for Youth Programs

Westwood College recently worked with members of the Chicago-area non-profit, Crushers Club, to conceptualize and produce a music video aimed at raising awareness and funds for the organization.

Online job hunt 'a blur'

Job seekers wait to speak with employers at a job fair presented by America Works of New York at Brooklyn Borough Hall.

Smaller share of US high school grads entering college. Why?

College enrollment of a graduating high school class peaked in 2009, at 70.1 percent. Now the number is down to 65.9 percent, the Labor Department reports.

College football players accused of beating homeless man in Allston

Boston College tight end C.J. Parsons hangs on to a pass in front of Villanova's Corey Majors. (Boston Globe) Credit: Craig “CJ” Parsons, a 22-year-old senior at Boston College who was a tight end on the school’s 2013 football team, and 23-year-old Anthony Varrichione, a former Marist College quarterback, pleaded not guilty Wednesday to a January attack on a homeless man in Allston.

Online retailers seek to reach, reassure buyers face-to-face

CHICAGO — As a first-year law student with job interviews on the horizon, Huy Nguyen was in the market for a well-fitting suit that wouldn’t blow his budget.

Students Attack Teacher Accused Of Rape

Over 200 enraged uMlazi students on Tuesday attacked the car and home of a teacher who they believe raped a grade 11 boy that committed suicide after the alleged assault, reported the Daily News on Wednesday. According to the report, the boy allegedly told teachers about the incident but they did not help him. He […]

MIT Professional Education Now Offers Additive Manufacturing: From 3D Printing to the Factory Floor Course

MIT Professional Education has added Additive Manufacturing: From 3D Printing to the Factory Floor to their Short Programs offerings. Designed for US and international manufacturin

Parchment Announces College Match Tool Revealing More College Options for Students Nationwide

Parchment, a leading technology company which streamlines the request, delivery and sharing of verified credentials, has unveiled College Match, a new online tool that personalizes the application process ...

Job Postings for Non-Grads Few and Far Between Online

Less-educated Americans desperate for work may not be finding a job online for one simple reason: The job they want isn’t being posted there.

Students stand solidly behind beleaguered Xavier's principal

Two students from St Xavier's College and the Director of a management college stand solidly behind Dr Fr Frazer Mascarenhas for writing a mail to his students that has been panned by the Bharatiya Janata Party as an attempt to influence young voters.

Meet the teen aiming to breathe life into global IT education

Western IT education is broken. One 16-year-old British high-school student is taking on the UK government at its own game -- one it should be winning.

College Park leads county in water conservation challenge -- Gazette.Net

April showers are said to bring May flowers, but in College Park, residents hope they will bring environmental consciousness and perhaps some eco-friendly prizes.

College grads’ job market grows incrementally - Wed, 23 Apr 2014 PST

WASHINGTON – With college commencement ceremonies nearing, the government is offering a modest dose of good news for graduating seniors: The job market is brightening for new grads – a ...

New Georgetown Report Finds That of Four Million Job Openings Posted Online, Two Million Are for College Graduates

Three out of five online job advertisements are for white-collar professional and STEM occupations. (PRWeb April 22, 2014) Read the full story at

Students, Museum Collaborate on College Night at the Carnegie Art Museum

Camarillo, Calif., April 22, 2014 – Students in an innovative CSU Channel Islands (CI) class will stage the first College Night at the Carnegie Art Museum in Oxnard on Thursday, May 1, from 6 to 9 p.m., in an extravaganza featuring art, live sculptures, music, gourmet food trucks, workshops, tours, and prizes.

Students call for action after assaults in Wellington

Victoria University of Wellington Students’ Association President Sonya Clark sends her support to the victims of this weekend’s assaults and is calling for greater action to keep students safe on campus and around Wellington. "The recent assaults have shocked the student community, and come after years of warnings about safety issues in the area." VUWSA had raised student’s concerns about the ...
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