Girl child education will help raise level of literacy in family

In Child Education | on February, 28, 2015 | by | 0 Comments

News from Daily News & Analysis: In its third successful year, dna’s ICan Marathon initiative has been lauded by one and all. From calling it a great initiative to selecting this year’s highlight, citizens say the initiative came at a very appropriate time, when leaders of the society were getting increasingly patriarchal with their mindset [...]

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Could bill banning harmful materials in the classroom harm your child’s education?

In Child Education | on February, 25, 2015 | by | 0 Comments

News from KWCH: WICHITA, Kan. – Should your child’s teacher face charges for material taught in school that some might consider harmful? That could happen under a bill pushed forward by lawmakers. “It’s really broad. Because who defines what’s harmful to children?” asked Makayla Cyphers, a senior at Wichita’s Northeast Magnet High School. “One person [...]

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UNICEF Concerned Over ISIL Using Child Education to Foster New Fighters

In Child Education | on February, 24, 2015 | by | 0 Comments

News from Sputnik International: Middle East 19:39 24.02.2015(updated 19:59 24.02.2015) 3400 © AP Photo/ Photo via militant website MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The Islamic State (ISIL) militant group uses education to foster a new generation of recruits, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) told Sputnik commenting on media reports that the ISIL opened two English-language schools for the families of foreign [...]

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Belton High School assistant principal leaves skiing behind for education

In High School Education | on February, 22, 2015 | by | 0 Comments

Belton High School assistant principal leaves skiing behind for educationNews from The Killeen Daily Herald: BELTON — It’s no surprise to Austin Crawley that he ended up with a career in education. He was raised in a family of educators. His grandfather was an English teacher at the college-level, his grandmother had been a first-grade [...]

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Minnesota lags in minorities graduating high school on time

In High School Education | on February, 20, 2015 | by | 0 Comments

Minnesota lags in minorities graduating high school on timeNews from Education Week News: Published Online: February 19, 2015 ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota continues to trail the rest of the country in on-time graduation for high school students of color. An analysis by Minnesota Public Radio News (http://bit.ly/1zQPs4k ) found fewer than 60 percent [...]

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Special education aide arrested in alleged Riverside child porn ring

In Child Education | on February, 19, 2015 | by | 0 Comments

News from Los Angeles Times: A special education teacher’s assistant and foster care provider in Riverside County was part of a child pornography ring that spanned three counties in Southern California, prosecutors said Tuesday. John David Yoder, 43, of Desert Hot Springs, who until recently worked at Desert Hot Springs High School, is charged with [...]

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5 great colleges for studying early childhood education

In Child Education | on February, 17, 2015 | by | 0 Comments

News from USA TODAY College: Teaching young children is a vital and rewarding part of their development, and given how important the subject is, it’s no surprise that early childhood education degrees are offered at many schools. While plenty of colleges can offer you teaching credentials, that doesn’t mean all schools are created equal. If [...]

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Maurice Quiroga of PNC Bank Discusses the Importance of Early Childhood …

In Child Education | on February, 16, 2015 | by | 0 Comments

News from St. Louis Public Radio: Early childhood programs have become a focus for those trying to improve the educational and social development of preschoolers. Finding what works has also been a key component in the attempts to lessen the achievement gap and other challenges some students in underserved communities experience later in life. PNC [...]

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Humans winning battle of traffic flow at Pequannock Township High School

In High School Education | on February, 16, 2015 | by | 0 Comments

Humans winning battle of traffic flow at Pequannock Township High SchoolNews from NorthJersey.com: Humans are winning battle of traffic flow at township’s H.S. In the ongoing conflict between humans and machines in front of Pequannock Township High School, humans may have been gaining some ground in the past few months as some order has come [...]

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How You Can Save 70% on Your Child’s College Education

In Child Education | on February, 15, 2015 | by | 0 Comments

News from Motley Fool: If you follow the news at all, you probably know that a college education has become considerably more expensive over the past few decades. This trend shows no sign of slowing anytime soon, meaning parents might be dreading paying the bill for sending their children to college. Fortunately, there are strategies [...]

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