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Are community colleges finally 'having a moment'?

Accessibility and affordability are giving many students a more favorable view of two-year community colleges, according to a wide-ranging survey by New America.
Christian Science Monitor

About 80 Dahisar students face expulsion over fee hike

Parents had earlier opposed the close to 12 per cent hike by the school alleging that the institute 'had not provided facilities as promised and had not consented the parents before deciding on the..

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News video: 5 for Good: Students play piano at nursing homes

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Kids from the Discovery Club at Whittier Middle School have been dedicating time after school to perform at nursing homes.
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TISS asks students to submit Aadhaar details

The institute registrar, in a letter dated May 25, has asked all the students under its masters programmes to furnish these details after the semester begins in June

​Maunakea Observatories formalize STEM education partnership with state of Hawaii

The Hawaii State Department of Education and the University of Hawaii signed a memorandum of understanding with Maunakea Observatories to form an official working group for the Maunakea Scholars..

Teacher Created Materials Brings Home the Prestigious Golden Lamp Award

Educational publisher, Teacher Created Materials, is proud to be a recipient of the Association of American Publishers (AAP) 2017 Golden Lamp Award. Huntington Beach, CA (PRWEB) May 26,..

NEET has ensured merit: JP Nadda

National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test has helped curb back-door entry of students in private medical colleges, says Union Health Minister JP Nadda

Kalamazoo Valley Museum Hosts June 2-3 AniMotion Festival

This year’s AniMotion Festival at the Kalamazoo Valley Museum features dinosaurs, art, animation, and world-renown paleontologist Dr. Paul Sereno. This free two-day event starts with Art Hop on..

Judge blocks further discipline over racist Instagram posts

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A federal judge has ordered a California school district not to take any additional disciplinary action against four students over their responses to racist Instagram posts. The..
Seattle Times

Bolder Boulder program for middle school students aims to build lifelong habit of running, fitness

When Heather Maitre was a little girl, her family made an annual tradition of running a 5-mile race together on Memorial Day weekends. That's how her father instilled in her a "lifelong habit" of..
Denver Post

IPads Changing Lives For Visually Impaired Students

Ipads are making life easier for millions of Americans. Now teachers at a special city school say the technology is revolutionzing the way their students learn and interact.

College Student Graduates Alongside His Immigrant Father! Dad-orable!

College students should never be upstaged on Graduation Day — unless of course their parent is graduating along with them! Ben Jeanty thought he would be the first in his family to graduate from..
Perez Hilton

Lindsay Middle teacher uses emotional connection to help students achieve

Reginald Crawford is the ideal teacher, according to his principal, Chevese Thomas. He's dedicated and committed to his students at Lindsay Middle School — an "exemplary" and "passionate"..

San Diego schools sued over anti-Islamophobia campaign

SAN DIEGO (AP) " Six parents have sued the San Diego school district, alleging that its anti-Islamophobia campaign favors Islam over other religions and grants special protections to Muslim..
New Zealand Herald

Remembering Denis Johnson

Denis Johnson, who died on Wednesday, at the age of sixty-seven, wept easily, without embarrassment. “I just do this a lot,” he told his students at a writing seminar in St. Petersburg, Russia, in..
The New Yorker

Sask. mom concerned over cuts for vulnerable students

*By Chris Carr* A mother of four is cautioning against cuts to a program supporting some of Saskatoon's most vulnerable students.  The aboriginal student retention worker program, consisting..

TDRI urges govt to narrow education gap

Merging small schools with fewer than 20 students per class and increasing access to pre-school education are imperative if the government wants to narrow the education gap in Thailand, an academic..
Bangkok Post

How many Colorado college students work while attending school?

Think back to when you were in college. Did you work? Know any fellow classmates who did? According to a new report, 59.4 percent of Colorado college students work at least 27 weeks per year —..

Hillary Clinton rips into Trump at university address

hillary clinton rips into trump at university address
Failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has launched an aggressive attack on Donald Trump in a fiery speech at her former university.Speaking to students at Wellesley College, Massachusetts,..
New Zealand Herald

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