Education

Science Education Student Elizabeth Vanegas ’22 Gains Global Perspective Through Study Abroad Experience in Prague

Elizabeth Vanegas ’22, a science education major and good night scholar, began considering studying abroad while still in high school. She watched countless travel-related YouTube videos, and when she arrived at NC State, she applied to study abroad in Spain in the summer of 2020. Then the pandemic hit and …

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Teach One, Save One: The Unlimited Power of Peer Education

Students learning from each other is the foundation of peer learning. Peer learning covers many different practices, such as the traditional model of peers teaching other students, or more advanced models such as discussion seminars and collaborative projects. Students engaged in peer teaching can improve their academic performance by explaining …

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The Day – Groton Superintendent’s proposed education budget will go to a public hearing on Tuesday

Groton – The Superintendent of Schools has proposed an education budget of $79,793,098 for fiscal year 2023. This represents a proposed increase of $2,355,008, or 3.04% over the budget for the year in Classes. A virtual public hearing will be held at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, January 18, with Zoom …

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St. Francis-Emory Healthcare, partner of Victory Mission for monthly educational series

COLUMBUS, Ga. (WTVM) – St. Francis-Emory Healthcare is partnering with Victory Mission, of Columbus, to offer a monthly educational series. Officials say they will offer classes focused on a variety of topics ranging from nutrition, financial management, heart health, diabetes and exercise — all outside of the Healthy Communities campaign. …

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All Colleges Should Have Optional Testing Admissions Policies

I am an example of a student who took the elective test route when applying for college, and it opened many doors for me. No matter how hard I worked, I was never a good candidate. However, on other types of assignments, such as term papers, I performed better. When …

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Education will be a big part of the original 2022 Miami Beach antiques show

(PRESS RELEASE) NEW YORK – The 2022 Original Miami Beach Antique Show, to be held at the Miami Beach Convention Center from January 20-23, will provide several educational opportunities for attendees of the event. Coupled with the knowledge and wisdom of American antique dealers, these initiatives serve to provide potential …

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New Oriental sacked 60,000 workers after education crackdown, CEO says

The New Oriental Education and Technology Group, one of China’s largest private education providers, laid off tens of thousands of employees last year after an education reform policy drastically reduced labor costs. course and fees and ordered these institutions to transform into non-profit organizations. Yu Minhong, founder and CEO of …

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Arizona’s Ducey to Focus on Education, Water and the Border in 2022 | Arizona News

By BOB CHRISTIE and JONATHAN J. COOPER, Associated Press PHOENIX (AP) – Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has said he wants to focus on education, border security and water during his eighth and final legislative session, which begins Monday with his annual state of state speech. Ducey revealed little about his …

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An education faculty member retires after 53 years in office.

January 6, 2022 “I came to Brookdale the morning after the moonwalk for my interview,” said Arthur E. Marshall, professor of education at Brookdale Community College. “They were just taking the horses out of Barn A.” Professor Marshall and Chairman Dr. David Stout Professor Marshall began to make a significant …

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eLuma named in Inc.’s 2021 Best in Business list in the Education category

The 2nd annual list rewards 147 private companies that put their goal before profit LEHI, Utah, January 4, 2022 / PRNewswire / – eLuma, the leader in online therapy and special education for U.S. K-12 schools, was named to Inc. 2021 Best in Business list in the Education category. The …

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