To this day, an estimated 1.3 billion people do not have access to electricity. That is over a billion people who struggle to refrigerate their food and medicine, study at night to further their education, or charge their mobile phones. Show More Summary
The National Minority AIDS Council has spun off a new division, the Leadership Pipeline, which hopes to educate, train, and inspire new and existing leaders of color to fight for racial justice in order to end the HIV epidemic. Contributor: Jacob Anderson-... read more
I don’t know if you all caught this one in Politico: Scott Walker urges professors to work harder By Lucy McCalmont 1/29/15 8:15 AM EST Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, defending proposed budget cuts for higher education, took a swipe at university professors who he said could be “teaching more classes and doing more work.” Please [...]
Yesterday the State Board of Higher Education met, and in addition to selecting Terry Hjelmstad to serve as their new president, they finally dealt with their auditor problem which dates back to before Thanksgiving. In early November NDUS Chief Auditor Timothy Carlson was notified by Chief of Staff Murray Sagsveen that he was being placed...
Here’s a site you should bookmark: JebBushForPresident.com. No, we’re not suddenly endorsing antigay politicians for 2016. And neither are CJ Phillips and Charlie Rainwater, the self-identified “tech bear” couple who are manning the site. Instead the pair — who grabbed the domain way back in 2008 — plan to use the URL to educate people on the way […]
Since 1987, Mercy Learning Center of Bridgeport, Inc. (MLC) has educated and supported over 9,000 women. They provide basic literacy and life skills education to low-income, undereducated women using a holistic approach within a compassionate and supportive environment. Show More Summary
VR could enlighten and heal, not just entertain. Its immersiveness could distract us from pain, help us face our phobias, or give us first-hand training. “We have a belief that VR will disrupt every industry. And it’s global. So we made efforts to find companies in every different industry and that are global” Rothenberg Ventures’ founder Mike Rothenberg about the… Read More
It may not happen today, or tomorrow, but the coming textbook wars will be massive, if quietly so. Why? The world of educational publishing is enormous; it is much bigger than you might imagine. It dwarfs, for example, the feeble trade publishing market. At the turn of the last decade, Pearson’s educational arm alone … Read More
Here are the figures for the South Dakota Education Association. Total membership – 6,234, down 239 Total revenue – $2.2 million (73% came from member dues), down $220,000 Budget deficit – $27,000 Net assets – $1.8 million Total staff – 23 Staff salaries and benefits – $1.5 million Highest paid employee – Bryce Healy, former executive director, […]
One of the great humanitarian achievements of the Right to Life movement was the exposé of partial-birth abortion by National Right to Life. Our massive public education campaigns and our innovative laws to ban partial-birth abortion moved millions of Americans to take a second look at abortion, and millions of them switched to the pro-life […]
Jeb Bush’s staunchly conservative record as Florida governor has been overshadowed by conservative controversies surrounding his support for national education standards called Common Core and actually finding a workable solution onShow More Summary
Ready for a Crowfall update? Good, me too. ArtCraft has educated us about the Stoneborn Forgemaster archetype as well as provided some sample illustrations on how the game world's laid out. The Forgemaster is some sort of support class,...Show More Summary
America has an education problem, and it's not just the one you're thinking of.
Two years ago, The New York Times reported that China is pouring $250 billion a year into higher education, with a goal of producing 195 million college graduates by 2020. Judging by the numbers, China’s efforts are succeeding. Chinese...Show More Summary
A dad who wants the best life possible for his daughter looks out on the higher education landscape. Is college still the best answer? The post A Dad Asks, “Is College Worth It for My Daughter?” appeared first on The Good Men Projec...
Education Minister Yuan Guiren says the country's institutions of higher learning should stop using textbooks that criticize China's leaders and political system.
Microsoft has long been championing TV white space internet for use in places conventional types of connections don't reach, even in places that don't even have access to electricity. After a pilot program that brought white space broadband to some A...
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Mothers around the world want the best for their children. These hopes and dreams include wanting their kids to be healthy, educated, loved, respected and to also have productive and prosperous lives. However, for an alarming number of black mothers, these wishes won't be realized. Show More Summary
Chinese teachers should be on their guard against the infiltration of Western ideas, the country’s education minister says. Also, while they’re at it, they should stop complaining and venting their grievances in front of students as well.