UNESCO’s Global Education Coalition pledged to support Ukraine’s efforts to provide e-learning and psychosocial counseling to students and teachers in the country during a meeting with the Deputy Minister of Education and ministry officials on March 15, 2022. The Global Education Coalition, created in March 2020 to maintain the continuityRead More →

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 →

At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, physicians faced unprecedented challenges. Vital supplies such as face masks and cotton swabs were in short supply. New protocols had to be developed to isolate infected patients. Treating patients remotely through telemedicine has suddenly become common practice. All of these abrupt changes haveRead More →

The number of seniors is currently estimated at over 130 million. With longevity and better health care, this number will increase to 194 million by 2031 and reach around 319 million by 2050. We cannot afford to neglect the critical needs of so many people, who represent a fifth ofRead More →

SAN FRANCISCO, March 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — New market research published by Global Industry Analysts Inc., (GIA), the leading market research firm, today released its report titled “ERP Education – Global Market Trajectory and Analysis”. The report presents new insights into the opportunities and challenges in a significantly transformed postRead More →

According to the Center for Professional Development, some employers have adapted their hiring standards to recognize perseverance in difficult times. by Taylor Haber | 03/03/22 05:05 Class of 2022 students shared positive experiences in planning for the first steps in their professional life after graduation. According to the Center forRead More →

CHICAGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–March 1, 2022–Adtalem Global Education Inc. (NYSE:ATGE), a leading health educator, today announced its intention to enter into an agreement to acquire Accelerated Share Purchase (ASR) to repurchase $150 million of Adtalem common stock, which will be funded from existing cash. In addition, the company intends to use approximatelyRead 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 →

New research on the world Educational Content Management Market 2022-2029 incorporates potential trends, business assessment, brief segmentation outlook, competitive scenarios, and forecast estimates for the coming years. It also offers advanced statistics as well as trade information associated with the precise industry. The research report emphasizes the key driving andRead More →

New research on the world Educational Data Security Market 2022-2029 incorporates potential trends, business assessment, brief segmentation outlook, competitive scenarios, and forecast estimates for the coming years. It also offers advanced statistics as well as trade information associated with the precise industry. The research report emphasizes the key driving andRead More →

New research on the world Education Gamification Market 2022-2029 incorporates potential trends, business assessment, brief segmentation outlook, competitive scenarios, and forecast estimates for the coming years. It also offers advanced statistics as well as trade information associated with the precise industry. The research report emphasizes the key driving and restrainingRead 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 →

Many ad hoc or additional coordinated processes target a specific group of children or are linked to an external funding source. These processes are often complex, redundant and even contradictory in terms of prioritization. Coordination is further compartmentalized by development, humanitarian and refugee mandates. pull in the same direction WithRead More →