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The bell rings and they can’t wait. After a long day in the classroom, kids of all ages race to open fields on the other side of the school parking lot. That’s the goal, anyway. But for many kids, daily … Continue reading
The Department of Education announced today it has accepted law firm Squire Patton Boggs as the new independent monitor for Zenith Education Group, a non-profit group that operates former Corinthian College campuses. Law firm partner Clark Kent Ervin, the former … Continue reading
Alt Title: 6 Reasons to Never Give Up Your Dream of a College Degree At one point or another, we all have dreams of obtaining a college degree. It’s a quintessential component of the American Dream. However, somewhere along the … Continue reading
Cambridge University to remain with NUS By Judith Burns Education reporter 27 May 2016 From the section Education & Family Image copyright NUS Image caption New NUS president Malia Bouattia has been accused of anti-semitism Cambridge University will remain affiliated … Continue reading
Mistake #1: Letting your contact information become out-of-date Moving away from campus? Changing your cell phone number or e-mail address? Make sure you let your loan servicer know. Their services are provided free of charge, but they can only help you … Continue reading
Child death inquiries will be overhauled, say ministers By Judith Burns Education and family reporter 27 May 2016 From the section Education & Family Image caption Serious case reviews are carried out after the child protection system has failed The … Continue reading
Scots students face ‘shocking’ university access gap 27 May 2016 From the section Scotland Image copyright Thinkstock Image caption Scots students are less likely to go straight to university, while half who go via college repeat at least one year … Continue reading
A million more youngsters to live with parents, says Aviva By Brian Milligan Personal Finance reporter 27 May 2016 From the section Business comments Image caption Jay Arkell and Charlotte Nisbet are among millions of young people living with parents … Continue reading
So much of the strength of our communities, and our country, is derived from the promise of opportunity—the idea that if you work hard, you can make of your life what you will. For that promise to be realized, we … Continue reading
Teacher-Powered Innovation: the value of and opportunity for teacher leadership in schools and policy.
When we do everything right in schools, our students move closer to that peak on Maslow’s hierarchy of needs – self-actualization. It sounds pretty awesome. I’d like to achieve self-actualization too. But when you’re a student facing poverty, racism, family … Continue reading