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A coalition of more than 100 groups is recommending that student athletes have access to health care professionals, better-trained coaches and up-to-date equipment. The recommendations released Wednesday are included in a call to action designed to
Some 1.5 million students in primary and secondary schools who take school buses will be protected with insurance cover starting January 2013. Tan Sri Syed Hamid Albar said the scheme provides coverage for personal accident, permanent disability and
Abdul ghafour Friday 14 December 2012 Last Update 13 December 2012 11:21 pm Saudi Arabia has launched a major anti-drug awareness campaign, targeting all groups of society, specifically 5 million students. Interior Minister Prince Muhammad bin Naif
India on Thursday launched its low-cost Aakash 2 tablet PC at the United Nations in the presence of UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and other member nations in an event. Datawind, the company which was assigned to design, develop and manufacture the
The material that is sifted and categorized and released from this 1960s [...] When you wander the halls of the Khan Academy headquarters, it is hard to believe that you're in a building housing what could legitimately be called the largest school in
In 2012, adaptive learning became one of the most important and exciting trends in education technology, and in that year McGraw-Hill Education cemented its status as the adaptive learning leader, celebrating a number of milestones for McGraw-Hill
The White House pressed Republicans Monday to back Democratic legislation preventing interest rates on federal student loans from doubling in July as the two parties remained deadlocked over how to pay for the move. "As the
May 6, 2012 00:07 Deputy Education Minister Khaled Al-Sabti yesterday allayed fears about the spread of drugs and narcotics in public schools, saying it is not widespread and cannot be considered a major problem.
Releases 2010-2011 Public School Enrollment Data The report shows a slight increase in total enrollment, but a significant decrease in staffing levels which reflected in the increasing student/teacher ratios. The National Center for Education
04/19/2012 08:02:36 PM PDT Last month, President Barack Obama hosted the White House Science Fair to celebrate students from across America who excel in the study of science, technology, engineering and math.