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  1. PolyU Formed University Social Responsibility Network With World...Read the original story

    Yesterday | Sys-Con Media

    The Hong Kong Polytechnic University today joined hands with eleven renowned universities around the globe to form a University Social Responsibility Network to spearhead USR with impact to make the world a better place. Serving as a global platform to connect and foster partnership among members, the USR Network shares ideas and resources to develop collaborative USR projects with varied scope and scale, advancing higher education as a catalyst for social change through education, research and community service.


  2. Education Shines Hope for Girls in Kenya's Largest SlumRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Huffington Post

    By Kennedy Odede, Founder & CEO of Shining Hope for Communities , a non-profit grassroots organisation combating extreme poverty and gender inequity in Kenya. A decade ago, with just a 20-cent soccer ball and a group of young people that demanded change, I created a movement.


  3. High-Stress High SchoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Atlantic

    Kids who go to elite private high schools enjoy lots of advantages. They have access to the most challenging academic classes at reputable institutions, with staffs that are well-equipped to help them prepare for college.


  4. New super-size secondaries plannedRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Newsday

    Councils across England are planning a new wave of "super-size" secondary schools of between 12 and 16 forms of entry for each year, a report says. At least 17 local councils will have these larger schools, the Times Educational Supplement found from freedom of information requests.


  5. BWW Review: Would You Tell Mr. Poulos Your Deepest Secrets?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    Written and directed by two New Yorkers, TELL MR. POULOS, written by Donald Wollner and directed by Page Burkholder, is having its world premiere, produced by WildTown Productions at the Dorie Theatre at the Complex in Hollywood.


  6. Fulbright program exports teaching methods to the worldRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Reporter

    Neo Tshani Mafunye is fluent in four languages. The special education secondary school teacher from Francistown, Botswana in Africa can communicate with her students in English, Kalanga, Setswana and sign language.


  7. On kids, social media and bullyingRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Star Tribune

    My daughter is 10 and just asked if she could get an Instagram account. The most surprising part of this is not that she wants one but that most of her classmates already have one, which shows how ubiquitous social media has become.


  8. Box Office Review: JazbaaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Merinews

    Jazbaa is a comeback movie of Aishwarya and she got an appropriate role to make it worth. In the role of single mother and daring lawyer 'Anuradha Varma', Aishwarya Rai Bachchan steals the show.


  9. US-based Ghanaian scientist gets best application paper awardRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | GhanaWeb

    A paper published by a Ghanaian, Dr. Ayuba Fasasi in the journal of chemometrics -J. Chemom., 2014, volume 28, pages 385-394- led to his selection as the winner of the 2015 Kowalski prize for the "Best Application Paper" in 2015.


  10. Uncovering SA's education innovatorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Bizcommunity

    The South African education system is underperforming. In Grade 4 "more than half of our students cannot read for meaning and interpretation and a third are completely illiterate in any language".


  11. New application service will improve college admissions processRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Daily Campus

    On Monday, Sept. 28, a coalition comprised of more than 80 prestigious public and private universities announced that they were designing a more streamlined college application service as an alternative to the ubiquitous Common Application currently in use.


  12. DepEd-12 starts campaign for senior high school programRead the original story

    Yesterday | MindaNews

    The Department of Education in Region 12 has launched a region-wide campaign to reach out to around 55,000 students that it aims to enlist for the start of the senior high school program next year. Dr. Allan Farnazo, DepEd Region 12 director, said he has directed the region's nine school divisions to step up the promotion of the SHS program to ensure that they would fully meet their enrolment targets.


  13. Why $15 million for trade unions?Read the original story

    Yesterday | Trinidad Guardian

    Permit me to enquire as to why 15 million of tax payers' dollars have been allocated for a few trade unions from a budget that we were told is a difficult one. As I firstly understand it, this money will not be evenly distributed to all trade unions but to a few.


  14. Quvenzhane Wallis has deal to write children's booksRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    The now 12-year-old actress known for "Beasts of the Southern Wild" has a deal with Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers for a chapter book series and a picture book.


  15. Wayne girl creates charity to aid fellow dancersRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    Isabella Galan, an 11-year-old dancer from Wayne with a wide smile, goes every day to the Dance World Academy in Passaic, a place where some girls can't afford to dance as she does. The awareness of the high costs has blossomed into an idea that she hopes will help other girls continue dancing, just as she has since she was 2 and hopes to, someday, on Broadway.


  16. Center for Educational Testing & Evaluation set to host international ...Read the original story

    Thursday | University of Kansas

    Experts in assessment and education from 35 countries will convene next week in Lawrence for the 41st annual International Association for Educational Assessment Conference. Hosted by the Center for Educational Testing & Evaluation at the University of Kansas, the gathering will bring together practitioners, researchers, policymakers and examination authorities for a global forum to share innovative ideas about educational assessment.


  17. 'People in Seahouses feel we are not being heard'Read the original story

    Thursday Sep 10 | Berwick Advertiser

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. If not quite resigned to their fate, the prevailing feeling at last night's public meeting in Seahouses, as the community fights to save its middle school, was that they will not be able to influence the decision.


  18. Concern over head teacher training costsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 10 | The Northern Scot

    With Moray Council struggling to recruit teaching staff, concerns were raised at Wednesday's meeting of the children and young people's committee that potential candidates being expected to fund part of a new course. Susan Slater, secondary school representative on the committee, said: "Given that as an authority we're actually struggling to recruit head teachers, can we look at the funding because quite clearly 1,000 for a candidate to go onto this course may be a barrier for some of our own employees.


  19. Hundreds of parents make school placement appealRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 10 | Wigan Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. ALMOST 300 Wigan parents appealed against the decision over where their children would attend school during the last admissions process.


  20. Is sexting the new first base?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WWLP

    A study by the American Academy of Pediatrics found that sexual texts are considered the new normal for young people. Watch David Ramsey square off with Candice Patton in the ultimate Guitar Hero Live challenge, October 20 during a new episode of The Flash.