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US Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos came into the Education Department with a bold vision: that parents should be able to send...
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The films, plays and public broadcasts California now funds to enlighten students and the public about the horrors of Japanese Ame...
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Andrew Sterling thought BASIS Tucson in Arizona was a teacher’s dream when he started working there in 2008. Class sizes at the...
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There is a driven, compulsive quality to Japanese education, which emerges clearly in a report by Shukan Toyo Keizai magazine titl...
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In response to the deadline set by Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) to the School Education Department to train the u...
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In her first interview as president of the Association of Colleges, Alison Birkinshaw sets out concerns over funding The lack of i...
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Rugby league is a big deal in the Upper Hunter in regional New South Wales. But on a recent weekend, fierce competitors...
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Lawmakers raise President Rodrigo Duterte’s clenched fist salute after defunding the Commission on Human Rights and approving the...
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Education pays. According to a new report from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), adults with a co...
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This 11-year-old girl lost her left leg in a suicide attack in an internal displaced persons (IDP) site in the Lake Chad...
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