As the world around our children is constantly changing, play and self-expression remain essential pillars for the growth of a confident and creative individual. But creative play and social expression are different from traditional play models, and educating children, providing teachers and parents with the right resources, or creating theRead More →

Professor John Bright Kobla Aheto Professor John Bright Kobla Aheto, Board Member, Institute of Administrators (IoD) – Ghana, called for capacity building and empowerment of young people in critical and creative thinking. He said this would allow them to be well placed to participate fully in national decision-making. Professor AhetoRead More →

CHICAGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Adtalem Global Education (NYSE:ATGE), a leading healthcare educator and workforce solutions provider, today announced the appointment of John Danaher, MD, as President of Adtalem Medical, at the head of its two faculties of medicine, American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine (ASC) and Ross University School of MedicineRead More →

Children who have learned computer skills – such as coding – are more likely to be better at math, problem solving, creative thinking, time management and teamwork, than children who haven’t. haven’t taken these classes, a new study has found. The ‘Broader Benefits of Leading to Code’ report from OKdo(@LetsOKdo),Read More →

Eupheus Learning, a school-focused educational technology company, has partnered with Global Education Solutions (GES) for its proprietary MyKensho platform, which provides life skills and career development tools for holistic student development. students, in line with the NEP 2020 vision, says a statement issued today. MyKensho is a discovery platform thatRead More →

Hacking human evolution to unleash the innovation potential of our brains. The need for greater authenticity has been a common business mantra for decades. Yet authenticity, or the implementation of thoughts, feelings, and values ​​through outward actions, guarantees neither ethical behaviors nor effective leadership. Anecdotally, the glorification of authenticity ignoresRead More →

Nikki Cannon, Jordan Means and Joy Pauley are WVU’s 2021 Gilman Scholars. Recognizing the transformative potential of education abroad, three West Virginia University students have had their commitment to an international education recognized by the Benjamin A. Gilman Fellowship from the U.S. Department of State. As the COVID-19 pandemic hasRead More →

Imperial will expand experience opportunities for international students as it secures new Turing funding. The College will use funding from the UK’s new Turing programme, together with existing partnerships and Imperial’s own investments, to provide new international study opportunities and launch a STEMB Global Student Opportunities programme. The Turing programRead More →

LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Learning Age Foundation today announced the appointment of Mubuso Zamchiya as Managing Director. The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides underserved children with free access to educational resources from Age of Learning, Inc. Zamchiya will build on the Foundation’s successful first year, expanding and acceleratingRead More →

The nationwide ban on rental housing evictions finally expired on Sunday. Washington last year launched many kinds of stimulus and grants to the shattered COVID-19 economy, and a rule that tenants who hadn’t paid rent in months couldn’t be evicted. seemed popular. There was also a rental assistance pool, withRead More →