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‘Excitedly I rang the Dept of Education thinking our lack of funding must’ve been some oversight.’

STUDENTS ARE PRESENTLY trying to ignore the impending end of their summer holidays and pleading for the return of some sunshine. This includes students from the 731 Autism Spectrum Disorder

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Education and career: What you study is not what you are (Comment)

In India, the concepts of “higher education” and “career planning” are often conflated. Parents think of higher education choices as determinants of a child’s career, expecting a clear and direct connection between what

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Education leaders to speak in Florence at chamber breakfast

FLORENCE, S.C. – Molly Spearman, Fred Carter, Ed Bethea and Richard O’Malley are expected to be the speakers next month at the Greater Florence Chamber of Commerce education update breakfast.

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Don’t overstate the narrowing GCSE gender gap

So here we are, the last big day of this year’s examination results season on which over half a million pupils in England will collect their GCSE results. As is

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Education is a lifetime journey

For students, teachers, parents with lumps in their throats sending children off to Kindergarten or college, and anyone who must negotiate a yellow bus swarm on the way to work,

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Concerns about possible dealmaking constraints hit Chinese education stocks

Stock prices in Chinese education companies listed in Hong Kong have come under pressure after the central government issued a draft proposal that would tighten regulations. Shares in a number

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Brooke County Board of Education May Revisit School Consolidation Plan

Stacy Hooper, the board’s new vice president, has suggested the board form a committee to revisit the comprehensive educational facilities plan. “I think we’re going to have issues with the

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Our opinion: A wise choice on education

When the news broke last week that former Bennington-Rutland Supervisory Union Superintendent and Manchester resident Dan French had been appointed secretary of education, local educators and school board members were

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Children starting school ‘cannot communicate in full sentences’

More than a quarter of children starting primary school are unable to communicate in full sentences as concerns grow about the amount of time they are spending in front of

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FOCUS ON QUALITY EDUCATION, CM MAKES CALL TO TEACHERS

Making an appeal to the teachers, Chief Minister Raman Singh said that Government has fulfilled the promise and now it is the teachers to redirect their focus on improving quality

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