China Retail Billionaire Takes Aim At Children’s Education Market

In Child Education | on July, 24, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

News from Forbes: >>> Read the full article . Related News: . News from KRQE News 13: ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – New Mexico is once again trailing when it comes to child welfare. The annual kids count report ranks New Mexico 49th based on education, health care and poverty. The report shows 29 percent of New [...]

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College Graduates Don’t Always Out-Earn High School Grads

In High School Education | on July, 16, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

College Graduates Don’t Always Out-Earn High School GradsNews from Businessweek: One of the biggest arguments in favor of a college education is that college grads make more money than do those with only a high-school diploma or a few years of college. The difference in earning power over a lifetime—the college wage premium—has been well-documented: [...]

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Parents: Stop Taking Out Loans For Your Child’s College Education

In Child Education | on July, 14, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

News from Forbes: >>> Read the full article . Related News: . News from Yahoo!7 News: Child marriage could be eradicated if the federal government invested foreign aid money in community education, advocates say. Victorian Immigrant and Refugee Women’s Coalition executive director Melba Marginson said aid money from Australia could empower communities in developing nations. [...]

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“Teen Convinces Her High School To Drop Abstinence-Only Education Class”

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“Teen Convinces Her High School To Drop Abstinence-Only Education Class”News from ThinkProgress: By Tara Culp-Ressler July 14, 2014 at 9:01 am Updated: July 14, 2014 at 9:02 am “Teen Convinces Her High School To Drop Abstinence-Only Education Class“ Kathy and Emily Dawson, who filed a human rights complaint over an abstinence-only class at Emily’s high school [...]

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Worksop: Would reducing the summer school break benefit a child’s education?

In Child Education | on July, 10, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

News from Gainsborough Standard: >>> Read the full article . Related News: . News from IBNLive: New Delhi: Days after courting controversy over his remarks on imparting sex education in schools, Health Minister Harsh Vardhan on Thursday said it should be replaced by a format which makes people aware about child pregnancy and associated evils. [...]

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Arlington High School operator says it can no longer afford to run school

In High School Education | on July, 10, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Arlington High School operator says it can no longer afford to run schoolNews from Indianapolis Star: Eric Weddle, eric.weddle@indystar.com 11:01 p.m. EDT July 9, 2014 Ed Power, the company running Arlington High School, says it could be forced to pull out if it doesn’t receive more than than $ 2 million in additional funding or [...]

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Biggest influence on a child’s education may be the mother’s education

In Child Education | on July, 09, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

News from Washington Post: By Michael Alison Chandler July 9 at 2:28 PM It’s long been known that a mother’s education status has a sizable influence on her children’s academic lives. But a report released Wednesday enumerates many of the ways a mother’s education play……………. continues on Washington Post >>> Read the full article . [...]

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A mission to give every child a great education

In Child Education | on July, 08, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

News from Telegraph.co.uk: Our struggle has not always been easy. All of us have been opposed by vested interests determined to hold back reform, insisting that things must stay the same. We understand that change can be difficult. But it must happen. That’s why we’re bringing education reformers from across the globe to London this [...]

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Education beyond high school

In High School Education | on July, 07, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Education beyond high schoolNews from The City Wire: guest commentary from the office of Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin Today’s economy is more competitive and more complicated than it was fifty years ago. Oklahomans entering the workforce today are not just competing against Texans; they are competing against Americans in all 50 states, and workers in [...]

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Probe into crafty childcare fraud

In Child Education | on July, 07, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

News from NEWS.com.au: Both sides of politics are blaming the other for the worsening in Australia’s childcare affordability. THE federal government is investigating fresh allegations members of some ethnic communities are rorting the family daycare system to pocket generous taxpayer funded subsidies. News Corp Australia has confirmed the federal Department of Education’s compliance team is [...]

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