Aligning Education to Employability

April 12, 2019

Employability in the IT sector has been a matter of huge concern lately. While there are proposals to create a pool of 500 million job ready-workforce by 2020, now more than ever, it is necessary to acknowledge that archaic pedagogy and curricula can prove to be a significant challenge to achieve this, and this calls […]

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Existing education system does not guarantee a happy world: Dalai Lama

April 5, 2019

From kindergarten, we should educate children not only about external things, but also about internal human values. A hygiene of emotions is very necessary,” Dalai Lama said. (AP Photo/Manish Swarup) In anticipation of the global launch of the new Social, Emotional and Ethical Learning (SEEL) programme, the 14th Dalai Lama in Delhi on Thursday called […]

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How Indian schools are starting to use Cloud Computing, AI and VR

March 23, 2019

Indian schools are finally starting to use AI, VR and cloud computing as a part of the teaching and education process. In the 21st century, it is technology that rules the world. With increasing adoption of tech in almost every sphere of life, there are very few sectors that remain untouched. India as a global […]

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The Gardiner Scholarship: Is Your Child Eligible?

March 14, 2019

For eligible students, the Gardiner scholarship provides funds for approved services or products to customize their educational program. These scholarships may be used for speech, occupational therapy, instructional materials, contributions to a college prepaid account, tuition at an approved private school and more. State-approved nonprofit organizations administer it. The importance of this scholarship is that […]

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The Trump Administration Really Wants to Cut Education Funding. Congress Doesn’t.

March 12, 2019

On Monday, Donald Trump’s administration released its budget proposal for the 2020 fiscal year, and the plan isn’t pretty for the Education Department. The proposal requests a roughly $7.1 billion cut in funding for the department compared with 2019, which represents a 10 percent decrease in its budget. The proposed cut is unlikely to go […]

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2nd annual March for Education

March 3, 2019

TUCSON, Ariz. — Read Across America is a national campaign that encourages students to read. It was created to celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday and his love for reading. Here in southern Arizona, students and teachers are taking it a step forward and letting their love for learning do the talking. “We’re celebrating what we love […]

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