More education among women helps reduce maternal and child mortality in …

In Child Education | on June, 30, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

News from The Hindu: The Hindu Bangladesh has reduced its maternal mortality by 66 per cent between 1990 and 2010. Bangladesh is a classic case of a low- and middle-income country achieving the unachievable which many others failed to. It reduced its maternal mortality by 66 per cent between 1990 and 2010; the reduction was [...]

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First local education summit to be held Tuesday at Monroe High School

In High School Education | on June, 29, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

First local education summit to be held Tuesday at Monroe High SchoolNews from The Albany Herald: Art Dunning ALBANY — In a concerted effort to expand collaborative efforts of K-16 institutions in Albany and Dougherty County, the presidents of Albany State University, Darton State College, Albany Technical College and the Dougherty County School System superintendent, [...]

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Psychology Is Weird. Child Psychology Is Weirder.

In Child Education | on June, 28, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

News from Slate Magazine: Not all kids are like this. Courtesy of Shutterstock Living in the San Francisco Bay Area for the past few years, I’ve gotten used to lots of things that would probably seem strange in other cities. Commuting on a unicycle? Sure. Rampant midday nudity? Everywhere. Vegan dinner fundraiser for your Burning [...]

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Morocco among Countries to “Show the Way Forward” in Child Education …

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News from Morocco World News: Casablanca – Child education remains an important issue for both developed and developing countries. Morocco has made significant progress in this realm, according to a report recently released by UNESCO. Published on Thursday, June 26, the Global Report on Out-of-School Children highlights alarming facts about the number of unschooled children [...]

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Lancement de la première école d’ingénieurs 100% anglophone en Tunisie

In College Education | on June, 28, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Lancement de la première école d’ingénieurs 100% anglophone en TunisieNews from Business News: *Abdel Chater Ahmed |18-06-2014 10:27 Le monde actuel a besoin de plus d’unit� pour prosp�rer, pour ce faire il a besoin d’une langue commune parl� partout dans le monde et plus cette langue est ma�tris�e par plus d’humains et plus l’id�al d’un [...]

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Leonia music director retires from high school

In High School Education | on June, 27, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Leonia music director retires from high schoolNews from NorthJersey.com: BERNADETTE MARCINIAK/STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Band director Lawrence Silverman directs the jazz band at the Leonia High School graduation on June 24. Silverman will retire this year. LEONIA — Lawrence “Larry” Silverman, the outgoing music director at Leonia High School, can pinpoint the exact moment he found his [...]

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Nutrition education program increases child’s at-home consumption of …

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News from News-Medical.net: You might find one of the following links useful: You may not be able to find the page you were after because of: An out-of-date bookmark/favorite A search engine that has an out-of-date listing for us A mis-typed address ……………. continues on News-Medical.net >>> Read the full article . Related News: . [...]

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Authorities Reiterate Stance On Child Education

In Child Education | on June, 26, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

News from AllAfrica.com: The Ministry of Basic Secondary and Education has reiterated its stance on the education of children, noting that it remains very high on their development agenda. These remarks were made by the director of Basic and Secondary Education at MoBSE Amicolley Mbaye, who deputised for the permanent secretary, Ministry of Basic and [...]

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Verona High School to eliminate midterms next year

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Verona High School to eliminate midterms next yearNews from NorthJersey.com: Thinkstock Exams may not be the most beloved part of high school life, but Verona students will have at least one less test to worry about next year. The high school will no longer distribute midterms in its classes starting with the 2014-15 school year. [...]

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We Must Better Prepare Students for College

In College Education | on June, 24, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

We Must Better Prepare Students for CollegeNews from Education Week News: Published Online: June 24, 2014 Commentary By David P. Driscoll As high school graduation ceremonies wind down across the country, the nation’s foremost yardstick for measuring progress in student achievement is telling us that we are coming up short in preparing most of our [...]

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