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Education system too chaotic, says David Blunkett

Former education chief says review 'will glue back together fragmented schools system' but Labour cannot turn clock back The national education system is "chaotic" and needs to be glued back together after becoming too fragmented under the coalition government, the former education secretary David Blunkett has said as he completes a review into accountability in education. Blunkett told the ...

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College of Charleston president wants campus streets to remain one-way

College of Charleston leaders are hoping there's time to reverse a plan to convert the portions of Coming and St. Philip streets that run through the downtown campus to two-way thoroughfares.

Georgia online tuition dropping for first year

Tuition for some online college courses in Georgia will drop for the first time this fall.

Students help out foodbank

Students at Oasis Academy Lister Park have collected items for two food banks in Bradford.

Students learn valuable lesson

WELLSVILLE - Two Wellsville High School students were killed Wednesday in a two-vehicle crash on Bengal Drive that also left several students injured and resulted in two being arrested.

Education notes: News from schools near you

Education notes EAST METRO -- Mounds Park Academy of Maplewood led all Class A schools with three gold medals at the state speech tournament.


Stillman College: Joseph F. Scrivner, director of the Center on Religion & Society at Stillman College,was recently inducted into the Martin Luther King Jr. Chapel's Board of Preachers, Board of Sponsors and Collegium of Scholars at Morehouse College in Atlanta.

Why only the lucky can 'lean in' | Gaby Hinsliff

Character education can teach the soft skills that lead to a better life. But if you're mired in poverty or held back by prejudice, it's not enough Seven times a day, the children of King's Science Academy in Bradford stand behind their desks and chant the words "character before knowledge". The free school's mantra, admiringly cited by Wellington headteacher Anthony Seldon, was coined to remind ...

Teacher training: Christopher Pyne rejects calls for a higher Atar cut-off

Education minister launches teacher training review and says the tertiary entrance score is a ‘blunt instrument’ Daniel Hurst

50 students help paint Hi-Crest mural

Students at Ross Elementary School and Eisenhower Middle School got the memo - the one asking them to show up Saturday morning to help paint the latest in a series of community murals on the north wall of the Avondale East CRC NetReach Center, 455 S.E.

Campus Insiders “The Seth Davis Show” Named Outstanding Webisode Series At The Cynopsis Sports Media Awards

Campus Insiders ( ), the leading digital content syndication source and online destination for college sports fans, is pleased to announce that its original series “The Seth Davis Show presented by Cadillac” earned the Outstanding Webisode Series at the 2014 Cynopsis Sports Media Awards. (PRWeb April 19, 2014) Read the full story at ...

Students’ hard work recognized by investors

DEARBORN — Twenty-two middle and high school students from the Dearborn area pitched their business ideas before a panel of six real-life investors to compete for funding at the First Annual Young Entrepreneurs Academy Investor Panel Presentation event at the Arab American National Museum. The students presented before representatives from some of the area’s biggest companies, as well as an ...

Business Forum: Why private education loans need reform

For many students, education debt nearly is a practical puzzle. This lending typically proves crucial and extends enormous utility; stickiness usually surfaces only after a student graduates and his or her loans enter repayment. While debt dollars or repayment problems may differ across academic majors and college settings, students should be reasonably able to defer their education loans ...

Students use engineering for potato gun experiment

ST. GEORGE, Utah (AP) - Students from a southern Utah technology college put their engineering skills to the test this week at a former airport runway, but it wasn't an airplane they were giving flight. Amid repeated "fwup, fwup, fwup" bursts, about a half dozen students from Dixie ...

College: Much Cheaper Than You Think

What's the most expensive college in America? Ask Google, Princeton Review, or the Chronicle of Higher Education, and you'll get the same answer: Sarah Lawrence University at $61,236. It's crazy that when we talk about price, we often only talk about tuition, a sticker shock that only 35 percent of Sarah Lawrence graduates pay in full. The Sarah Lawrence story is typical. Only a third of full ...

Michigan students march to end ‘zero tolerance’ approach to school discipline

Students, teachers and educators in Detroit will march to Michigan’s capital in Lansing to protest what they feel is an unfair “zero tolerance” discipline policy in schools. Photo by Bill Pugliano/Getty Images About 150 Michigan students, parents and educators plan to take the 90-mile trip from Detroit to the state’s capital in Lansing Monday through Wednesday to protest schools’ zero-tolerance ...

How early is too early for education?

Early childhood education - from infancy - can can have striking improvements on success and lifelong health.

College Costs are Rising, But You Still Have Options

Despite the skyrocketing cost of college, it can still be made affordable. Here's how

Students Learning Nutrition At Home and School

The seventh grade students of St. Francis de Sales School have been busy studying the human body and its many systems. Students learned about the nutrients the human body needs and what goes into making a healthy meal. Placed into groups, the students planned a “family meal” based on the USDA recommendations. Each student had to prepare a portion of the meal for a luncheon and together the ...

College of Charleston student EMS team lands national award

College of Charleston EMS volunteer Lisa Petruncio wasn't sure what she would find when she responded to a recent call about an accident in a campus laboratory.

CenturyLinkVoice: Why Creative Crowdsourcing Is Good For Business

You see it every day on your online networks... A business contact asks for recommendations for an open position. An old college buddy asks for restaurant suggestions in a popular city. A parent at your child’s school asks for summer camp reviews. There’s a name for this type of request: crowdsourcing. And [...]

What Is A College Athlete Worth?

College football may see dramatic changes in the next year. On April 15, the NCAA’s legislative council approved a proposal that allows Division I schools to provide unlimited meals and snacks to all athletes. The proposal must still be approved by the board of directors, which will meet on April [...]

A Gift for '14 College Grads: More Employers Hiring

College grads looking to enter the job market in 2014 will have an easier time than other post-recession classes, two new reports find. But that doesn’t mean the job-hiring process will be easy.

Lymphatic Education & Research Network Announces Receipt of NY State Grant

Lymphatic Education & Research Network announced today the award of a $200,000 grant as part of the New York State 2014-2015 budget. Assemblymember Linda Rosenthal and Senator Martin Golden were lead sponsors.

Matt Argall Projects Success for Others Through Investing in Education

Education is the key to building a brighter future, and Matt Argall, a successful entrepreneur, business owner and investor, understands this quite well. He also understands that not everyone has access ...

College Grads Wanted: What Employers are Looking for Now

NEW YORK ( MainStreet ) — Some 1.8 million college grads will be entering the job market soon and employers are waiting.

Students give Easter twist to dwindling Venezuela protests

By Andrew Cawthorne CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuelan students are marching barefoot, building crucifixes and planning to burn effigies of President Nicolas Maduro to try and breathe new life into their protest movement over Easter. The religious-themed demonstrations are the latest tactics in anti-government protests since early February that have convulsed the South American OPEC nation and led ...

ANN ARBOR: Newly launched ‘My WCC’ offers online convenience to students

A new online feature for Washtenaw Community College allows students manage their college life by offering a gateway to online classes, financial aid balance, course scheduling and more.

Students launch selfie campaign to protest against Immigration Bill

Students and staff at the University of Sheffield take selfies to oppose government policy on immigration Students and staff at the University of Sheffield and its Student Union are taking selfies in order to protest the government's Immigration Bill. Students have criticicised the "rushed" and "damaging" Bill , which is expected to receive royal assent by the end of spring. The Bill proposes a ...
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