Philanthropy Roundtable believes that every American should have the freedom to reach their unique full potential and achieve economic security. The roundtable supports organizations that break down barriers to upward mobility, expand opportunities, and reward hard work and persistence. Due to school closures amid the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of youngRead More →

Over the years, I have had the pleasure of working with high school and college students as they build their careers. Students often ask me what skills are important to bring to their first job. First of all, let me start by saying learning is cumulative. Being open to learningRead More →

Washington, DC – The India Philanthropy Alliance (IPA), an American coalition of 15 nonprofit, philanthropic and charitable organizations that run programs in India, has announced its third annual Essay Competition to recognize thought and action creative in middle school and high school. students who care about the welfare of IndiaRead More →

Leading research firm MarketsandMarkets estimates that global higher education will become a $35.8 billion (MAD 131.5 billion) industry by 2025. Meanwhile, closer to home, the UAE cabinet continues to seal its commitment to education with a federal budget of $9.6 billion allocated to industry in 2021, and youth development, digitalRead More →

A new program at Washougal High School is helping students earn school credit while connecting things they learned in their vocational and technical courses with real job skills. Fedrico Pineada, Jackson Lynch and Emma Beaudoin are three of 20 Washougal High students participating in the school’s new work-based learning programRead More →

Many teachers have provided extra support for girls during the pandemic – and meet the amazing great-grandmother who goes to school at 99. Teachers have become pandemic guides for girls Many teachers took on additional “humanitarian roles” to ensure marginalized girls did not drop out of school when the pandemicRead More →

Pioneer high school graduates from Quezon City Science High School cheer and throw off their graduation caps in April last year after commencement rites. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION PHOTO THE Department of Education (DepEd) has launched the Technology Assisted Professional Immersion Benefit or Oplan Tawid to provide secondary school (SHS) studentsRead More →

I commend the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education for identifying literacy as a crucial aspect of education and its commitment to distribute $18 million in grants to improve literacy in the State of Missouri. . Literacy plays an important role in reducing inequalities between genders, races and religionsRead More →

The skills challenge in Africa remains an obstacle to growth. In South Africa, the Human Resource Development Council (HRDC) was established in 2010 as a way to connect people to skills development and try to ‘tackling bottlenecks‘. This question was also addressed by the Labor Market Intelligence Research Programthe BusinessRead More →

2022 Summer Youth Programs This summer, we are offering in-person sessions for our ExploreAsia Culture Camps for Kids and Young Leaders Institute Summer Sessions for Teens. Learn more In a world that is more globally connected than ever, leaders need to be well-prepared with the right knowledge, attitudes, skills, andRead More →

SHELTON, Conn., November 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — To celebrate Global Education Week, BIC is honoring 10 outstanding educators around the world with the BIC Cristal Pen Awards. BIC launched the awards program in 2020 to recognize educators who embody BIC values ​​by bringing joy to the hearts of children everyRead More →

Young photo of Kwak Lands Council Executive Director Amanda Parrish uses her own backyard to troubleshoot promising strategies for environmental improvement. A Manda Parrish moved to the Interior Northwest the day after she graduated from the University of San Francisco in 2008. Work with the Coeur d’Alene Tribe in Worley,Read More →

The concept of presence of mind, as a tool of strategy, comes from one of the original authors on this subject: the Prussian general Carl von Clausewitz. In his classic book On the war, published in 1832, he named presence of mind as a critical step in creative thinking. HavingRead More →