Irish children get free school meals, free haircuts, free internet

Students in Ireland got a free school lunch on Tuesday, while in the United States, they got free haircut and a free internet.The first two days of the school year have been free to all children, and the new school year begins on Wednesday.The new programme comes on the heels of the government’s announcement that […]

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How to get rid of your Czech school guidance and get rid on the Prague system

NEW YORK — Students and parents of children in Prague will soon be able to get the school guidance that their children need to succeed in their schools, a new system has been announced by the Czech government.The system, dubbed the Prague System, will begin rolling out nationwide on Monday and will allow parents and […]

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How to teach the next generation of IT students in the UK

As we enter the next wave of computer science graduates, it is important to remember that they will be doing so at a time of increased cybersecurity risk.In fact, it’s not just about protecting your data, but also protecting yourself and your loved ones.If you or a loved one has information on their personal and […]

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How to save $400 million in student loans in 2018

A new analysis shows that the $400 billion in student loan debt in the United States could be saved if all students were able to get a free education.Read more about Education:Teachers, administrators, and lawmakers are urging Congress to approve a bipartisan bill to help students afford a four-year degree.The bill, the First-Year Education Act, […]

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What to know about the Singapore school system

A look at the Singapore School System, which oversees over 300 schools, as well as the Singapore Civil Service.Learn more about the school system, its employees and its teachers.Singapore school systems are often named after the country’s first King Lee, who was a founding member of the nation’s founding generation.In his name, Singapore’s schools are […]

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How California Schools Work: A History of Communism in California

Posted June 12, 2019 09:11:52In this story, we explore the history of California’s school system from the dawn of the Civil War through the 1960s, the rise of the California Teachers Association, and the formation of the National Labor Relations Board.Topics:education,education-related,government-and-politics,social-policy,education,american-state-issues,united-statesFirst posted June 13, 2019 16:47:49

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Which colleges are most important to STEM graduates?

The number of STEM-specific schools and colleges has grown rapidly over the past two decades.But many of the top schools, like the University of Virginia, continue to be dominated by traditional STEM majors, according to a new report from the Center for the Study of Education.More: The University of California at Berkeley’s Engineering School was the first […]

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How to get your school system to support your children

Posted May 04, 2019 07:08:31 We’re all familiar with the phrase “kids, schools, schools.”But what if you’re in a different situation and your school doesn’t have a school system?How do you go about supporting your children in a situation like that?The answer is simple.“Kids, schools” means you can support your child in a school environment […]

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Arabic school system to reopen after six months

Arabic-speaking schools in Australia’s largest city will reopen next month after six years of delays, despite criticism that they were not adequately equipped.The Education Minister announced on Monday that the State Government would reopen the Geelong Arabic Language School, which has faced closure in the past two years.In 2015, the Geocaching School closed in a […]

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Which state is best to get a foreign school education?

The good schools are good, the bad schools are bad, and there’s a difference between good and bad, according to a new analysis by the National Governors Association.The group said that while the nation is at a disadvantage for foreign-born students because of its high-achieving and low-achiever student body, it has made strides in recent […]

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