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Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal had, earlier, announced that students of Government schools will be trained for competitive exams within the schools so that they can compete with the students of private schools. The coaching was to be given free
Assistant Professor (Curriculum Studies) at University of Canberra It's been a big week for education. Amidst all the confusion and politics on school funding of the last week there have been a couple of repeated mantras by the federal education
Multimedia Multimedia The Globe and Mail Editorial cartoon Standardized testing is not bad in itself...The result is a disproportionate focus on raising the average scores of students from disadvantaged backgrounds and less emphasis on producing
Around 30 students of Panjab University (PU), led by members of the Student for Society (SFS), protested outside vice-chancellor (V-C) Professor Arun Kumar Grover's office on Friday against the steep hike in fee of courses at the varsity. As per the
The revamped national curriculum in the Saudi public education system has rattled schools, with significant changes taking place over the past few years. These reforms are the biggest in education since the establishment of modern Saudi Arabia. The
Parallel processing and multi-tasking are essentials of life, not just for the job market. It's getting close to the end of the semester and students are feeling the heat. If it's any consolation, you might want to know that professors feel it too.
School days for many Baltimore County high school students will be significantly different next year when Superintendent Dallas Dance imposes a uniform, eight-class schedule in all schools...That could help transfer students who had to drop classes
We have launched a full legal investigation to determine how the common assessments came to be posted to an external website without our knowledge and to identify the individual or individuals involved. As a result, we will be using the assessments
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Educational field trips aren't just for students attending traditional schools. On Oct. 15, Bates Nut Farm hosted more than 25 students, ranging from kindergartners to fifth-graders, from Capistrano Connections Academy, a K-12 virtual public school.