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Ph.D. Students Are  More Prone To Experience Mental Health Concers

Children  19 April '17

Ph.D. Students Are More Prone To Psychiatric Disorders, Study Finds

A recent study found that Ph. D. students are more prone to experiencing mental disorders.

British Prime Minister Theresa May

Parenting  19 April '17

UK General Elections: A Way To Increase Education Department's Budget?

United Kingdom will hold a general election and this means possible decrease in budget in many departments.

Parents should understand the pros and cons of redshirting

School  17 April '17

Understanding The Importance Of Redshirting Preschoolers

Parents should understand the pros and cons of holding their preschoolers a year late.

North Park Elementary School

Children  15 April '17

School Shooting Leads To New Security Measures Despite Officials' Claim Children's Safety Is Not An Issue

After the San Bernardino school shooting, they increased security measures in the area.

Lullabies Help Babies Sleep Better

Parenting  14 April '17

Babies And Sleep Routines: What Lullabies Can Do For Your Babies

Lullabies not only soothe and calm babies as it's also a tool of communication for parents or caregivers.

Duarte Unified School District and VH1 Save The Music Host All-District Band Showcase

Parenting  13 April '17

Having An African-American Teacher Can Significantly Decrease Drop Out Rates Among Black Students

Researchers reveal that having a same race teacher can keep kids in school.

Governor Andrew Cuomo

Children  13 April '17

The Cons Of New York's Free Tuition For Four-Year Courses

New York became the first ever state to offer free tuition for specific students taking four-year courses in a college or a university.

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emmanuel

Parenting  11 April '17

Chicago Mayor Faces Backlash After Proposing Revised High School Graduation Requirement

Mayor Rahm Emanuel gathered negative feedback after adding a college acceptance letter as part of the HS graduation requirement.

Donald Trump

School  5 April '17

Donald Trump Vows Big Budget For Education Weeks After Proposing Cuts

President Donald Trump said in a recent statement he will have big budgets for education.

Donald Trump

School  29 March '17

Trump Administration Wants To Cut Education, Science Budgets To Support Military Budget Boost, Border Wall

Trump administration said they want to make budget cuts in education and science.

Betsy DeVos and Ivanka Trump

School  29 March '17

Ivanka Trump, Betsy DeVos Urging Teens To Consider STEM Careers? Government Intervation, School Choice Support Spark Concerns

Many Conservatives expressed their concerns when it comes to the promotion of school choice as Betsy DeVos and Ivanka Trump talked about the advantages of pursuing a STEM career.

Artificial Intelligence In Education

School  21 March '17

Artificial Intelligence In Education: How Is This Changing Classrooms And Learning?

Artificial intelligence or AI is shaping classrooms globally and enabling students to gain more knowledge as more opportunities emerge.

2015 Billboard Latin Music Awards - Show

School  11 March '17

Enrique Iglesias, Other Latin Artists Reveal Why Education Is Important

Enrique Iglesias and his fellow Latin artists recently opened up about the importance of education in the Hispanic community.

Charter schools

School  2 March '17

What Exactly Are Charter Schools? Government Orders Closure Of Four Low-Performing Charter Schools

Charter schools are privately-run but are publicly-funded.

Donald Trump

School  2 March '17

President Donald Trump's School Choice Initiative Highlighted In Congress Speech

U.S. President Donald Trump urged lawmakers to pass bills on school choice funding but didn't say where the money must come from.

Michael Dorn

Health/Nutrition  1 March '17

National Eating Disorder Awareness Week: Milton Teacher Uses Personal Experience To Educate Teens About Eating Disorder Issue

A Milton teacher lost his daughter to eating disorder and he uses that experience to let teens know more about the issue.

Chance The Rapper

School  1 March '17

Chance The Rapper, Gov. Bruce Rauner To Discuss Chicago Education: 'I'm Eager To Hear His Ideas'

The music artist grew up in Illinois and his dad has served the local government as aide to two mayors and then-Sen. Barack Obama.

Multiple Intelligences

Opinion  27 February '17

The Educational Wounding Cycle: Wounded People Wound Others

Any idea why some of our young people today seem to be lost and unmotivated to dream and pursue their dreams? This is because they have not been properly guided by their own families and their schools. Instead of encouraging the young ones to discover their natural abilities, we adults who are either older brothers or sisters, parents, schoolmates, friends or teachers are sometimes guilty of misjudging or letting them down.

Child Sexual Abuse and Child Sex Trafficking

School  21 February '17

Child Sexual Abuse, Child Sex Trafficking To Be Taught In Public Schools; State Senator Wants Prevention Education

If the Senate approves this bill, the issues will be taught among Grade 5 to Grade 12 public school students state wide.

International Students

School  20 January '17

International Students Ponder On Future In US Under Trump Administration; New Research Claims Dwindling Numbers Not Because Of New President

The number of international students studying in the United States started to decrease in the recent years and now more international students wonder about their future in the country with Donald Trump as the president.

Trump's Selection For Education Secretary Betsy DeVos Testifies During Her Senate Confirmation Hearing

School  20 January '17

Why Betsy DeVos Could Change The Education Status Quo For The Better

She faced a tough confirmation hearing this week but her supporters point out that she might just be the answer to a failing Education system.

Asylum Applicants With Uncertain Chance Of Approval Receive Orientation Course

School  16 January '17

The Effects Of Tution-Free College Education In The US

The U.S. government is providing tuition-free higher education opportunities for middle and low-income families in the country.

Key Economic And Social Issues To Be Addressed In New Zealand Budget

School  16 January '17

Why These Learning Ideas Do Not Improve Education Despite What Majority Believes

These five Ideas regarding schooling have been causing misconceptions among people as they keep believing it has a positive effect but a study suggested it has an opposite impact.

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