Tag Archives: Education

15Aug/20

CIEE Bolsters Revenue of American Universities by Supporting Their International Students Unable to Travel to the U.S. This Fall

As U.S. colleges and universities face unprecedented enrollment and financial challenges due to COVID-19, The Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) is using its global network of study abroad locations in 20 countries to help schools retain international students unable to travel to the United States this academic year. During the fall 2020 semester, several U.S. colleges will support their international students by delivering in-person classes at CIEE sites in Shanghai, Seoul, and Berlin. Read more

26May/20

Learning in the Age of COVID-19: How to Help Kids with Distance Learning

Many families have struggled to help their children adjust to distance learning since schools closed in March due to COVID-19. In a recent blog post from Stanford Children’s Health, experts offer ideas and advice for parents and families, including for children with special needs. Read more

09Nov/17

Threats of drug gang violence force Mexican schools to close

CHILAPA, GUERRERO, MEXICO (NOVEMBER 07, 2017) (REUTERS) – Threats by organised criminals against teachers and students have forced around 300 schools to remain closed for 48 days, in some areas of Mexico’s Guerrero state, one of the country’s states that is most plagued by drug-violence, the government has said. Continue reading

09Oct/17

Liberia’s Johnson-Sirleaf leaves mixed legacy for women as she steps down

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf was Africa’s first female president when she was elected in 2005. She came to power vowing to empower women in Liberia, whose efforts had helped end the civil war. Her rise has made her a great role model for women across the country. But as her mandate draws to a close, how much has actually changed for women in Liberia? Continue reading

29Sep/17

Slurs prompt U.S. Air Force Academy head to call for racial tolerance

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO, UNITED STATES (SEPTEMBER 28, 2017) (U.S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY) – Racial slurs were written in the dormitory of the U.S. Air Force Academy Preparatory School in Colorado Springs, Colorado, this week, prompting the head of the institution to tell students, faculty and staff that bigotry would not be tolerated.
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16May/17

Miss USA takes a stand atop the Empire State Building

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES (MAY 16, 2017) (REUTERS) – Miss USA Kara McCullough celebrated her win atop New York City’s Empire State Building on Tuesday (May 16).
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07May/17

Northern India reverberates with joyful sounds as it marks World Laughter Day

MORADABAD, UTTAR PRADESH, INDIA (MAY 06, 2017) (ANI) – A school in India’s northern Uttar Pradesh state celebrated World Laughter Day on Saturday (May 06), a day ahead of the rest of the world.
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10Apr/17

New York State passes $163 bln budget, raises criminal responsibility age

New York state passes a $163 billion state budget that includes ending imprisoning people younger than 18 with adults and a free public college tuition program.
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02Apr/17

Nigerian students in India worry about safety as hostilities loom large

The brutal attack by a mob on Nigerian nationals has turned the life of African students upside down and has forced them to live with a sense of fear and anxiety.

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