Education Archive

Advocates Consider Changes to Connecticut’s Special Education Burden o…

In 2005, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that parents, not school districts, are required to prove that an Individualized Education Plan is unsatisfactory to a child’s needs. This federal ruling does not overturn state statutes where they exist, however, and Connecticut is currently one

Dubai Cares launches Dh7m programme in Vietnam

A delegation led by Dr. Tariq Al Gurg, Chief Executive Officer at Dubai Cares recently visited Vietnam to witness the launch of a three-year program that aims to scale-up a librarian training model that will help underserved students adopt and grow a habit of

Global Smart Education Market 2018-2022 | Continuous Focus on New Prod…

LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The global smart education market is expected to post a CAGR of nearly 16% during the period 2018-2022, according to the latest market research report by Technavio. Request a free sample report The availability of cost-effective smart education solutions will be one of

Iowa’s public universities show $11.8 billion impact on state, researc…

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National Education Union wants aggression against teachers tackled

Image copyright pinstock/Getty Images Posters should be displayed in schools warning against violence or threats to staff, a teaching conference will hear. A motion to the National Education Union (NEU) Cymru conference calls for posters to be put up in reception areas similar to

Tickets go on sale for The Future of Legal Education and Training Conf…

At Kings Place, Kings Cross, London, on Thursday 14 May 2020 Professor Richard Susskind delivering the keynote speech at The Future of Legal Education and Training Conference 2019. Super Early Bird tickets have gone on sale for Legal Cheek’s Future of Legal Education and

Former education secretaries Morgan and Greening to leave Parliament

Two former education secretaries will leave Parliament at the upcoming election. Justine Greening, who served from 2016 to early 2018, announced in September that she would not run again for her Putney seat at the next election. And last night Nicky Morgan, Greening’s predecessor

Warren’s Education Plan, and Why High-Stakes Testing Seems Here to Sta…

At one point in the 2015 negotiations, Ms. Warren voted against a version of the bill because, she later said, it lacked “minimum safeguards” and needed “stronger accountability” to ensure that federal dollars reached “those schools and students who needed them most.” It was

As Education Bill Moves To Mass. House, Questions Remain About Local I…

When the Massachusetts Senate passed its education bill this month, senators had few specific numbers to help make up their minds.    Lawmakers in the House will soon dig into a seven-year, $1.5 billion education bill. It’ll be similar to the legislation that cleared

HMCI commentary: the initial teacher education curriculum

Introduction The education inspection framework (EIF) has been underway for over a month now. Although it’s early days, first impressions are that it’s been well received by the leaders and staff at the providers we’ve inspected so far. This is down in part to