It’s Time To Disrupt The One-Size-Fits-All Education Model

September marks the annual ritual as almost two million Canadians head to college and university, buying into the myth that in a few short years, they will be done their

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Oklahoma education notes for Sunday, Sept. 9, 2018

Student essay contest offers cash prizes Freedom of Information Oklahoma is offering cash prizes to high school students in the annual Zach Taylor First Amendment Essay Contest. Students in grades

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The education of Betsy DeVos: Why her school choice agenda has not advanced

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos came to Washington to promote the cause of her life — school choice. Republicans controlled both the House and Senate. President Trump had promised a $20 billion

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Is Education a Fundamental Right?

Before sunrise on a morning just after Labor Day, 1977, Humberto and Jackeline Alvarez, Felix Hernandez, Rosario and Jose Robles, and Lidia and Jose Lopez huddled together in the basement

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One Nation One Education Board: SC Defers Hearing On PIL After Centre Says Similar Plea Dismissed Earlier

The Supreme Court today deferred the hearing on a PIL seeking a direction to introduce ‘One nation One Education Board’ instead of present multi-board system and a value-based education system

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Cornwall Council wants register of children ‘missing in education’

Cornwall Council has admitted it cannot keep track of numbers in homeschooling. There were 1,024 children registered as being homeschooled in March 2018, according to council figures. But some others

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‘Excitedly I rang the Dept of Education thinking our lack of funding must’ve been some oversight.’

STUDENTS ARE PRESENTLY trying to ignore the impending end of their summer holidays and pleading for the return of some sunshine. This includes students from the 731 Autism Spectrum Disorder

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Education and career: What you study is not what you are (Comment)

In India, the concepts of “higher education” and “career planning” are often conflated. Parents think of higher education choices as determinants of a child’s career, expecting a clear and direct connection between what

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Education leaders to speak in Florence at chamber breakfast

FLORENCE, S.C. – Molly Spearman, Fred Carter, Ed Bethea and Richard O’Malley are expected to be the speakers next month at the Greater Florence Chamber of Commerce education update breakfast.

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Don’t overstate the narrowing GCSE gender gap

So here we are, the last big day of this year’s examination results season on which over half a million pupils in England will collect their GCSE results. As is

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