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Author Archives: Jerry Rowe

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Landscapers' educational growth marked

Diallo Rabain, the education and workforce development minister, added: “We are looking to ensure that anyone that wants to enter this field would …

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Islamic Ministries center tries to break down barriers through education

Sheikh Faruq Post of Hagerstown said a lack of education causes fear — as people become more educated, about whatever issue, fear subsides.

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A New Collaborative Storytelling Tool for Students

February 25, 2017The popular timeline creation tool Hstry is now Sutori. This is not only a change of name but is also a change of focus, it is a ‘move away from the less flexible terminology of timeline into the story or presentation space’. Sutori is a great digital storytelling platform students can use to […]

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Educational Services

PR Newswire (press release) – Oct 25, 2016 The Cerbat Gem – Nov 30, 2016 The Newburgh Press – Nov 28, 2016 BBNS – Nov 29, 2016 The Cerbat Gem – Nov 17, 2016 Enterprise Leader – 9 hours ago Frisco Fastball – Nov 22, 2016 Press Telegraph – Nov 16, 2016 WsNews 4investors – […]

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How the Justice Department Is Trying to Dismantle Georgia's Segregated Special-Education System

Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Vanita Gupta, right, says Georgia relegated students with disabilities to “separate, segregated, and unequal settings.” Kim Hairston/The Baltimore Sun/AP Last week, the Justice Department announced it would sue the state of Georgia for running a network of schools that segregated students with disabilities from those without, denying them equal access […]

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Educational Alternatives to Pokémon Go

July 25, 2016If you haven’t heard of it yet, you may soon. Pokémon GO is a new mobile app (iOS and Android) that uses augmented reality and GPS to persuade players to physically walk around so they can collect virtual creatures called Pokémon. There are lots of pros and cons to this game, but did […]

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What should change in the educational policy?

Listen into what students have to say on what are the changes that should be made in the educational policy? The current education schemes that are being followed by the educational institutions are just based on what has to be taught, not on what the students need to learn about. Filling a container with what […]

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Product Developer (Editorial) – Educational Publishing – 12 Month FTC

A highly successful global educational publisher is looking to recruit a motivated and pro-active Project Editor to join the Higher Education department in their London office to be responsible for the editorial development of their print and digital products, both online and print. This is an excellent opportunity for a publishing professional with experience from […]

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XJTLU's 10th Anniversary Officially Commences by Exploring Higher Education Reform and …

LONDON, May 24, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — The Annual Conference for Higher Education Innovation 2016 held on the weekend at Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University was the first official event of the University’s 10th anniversary celebrations. More than 200 participants from Mainland China, Hong Kong, the United Kingdom, the United States of America, Australia and Japan attended the conference […]

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TADs boost schools, educational opportunities

School districts participating in tax allocation districts are putting money into classrooms and investing in children. TADs are one of the most effective tools available to leverage private sector investment in a community for the long-term benefit of schools and kids. A TAD offers local government entities the chance to issue municipal bonds. Investors in […]

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Early education is a worthwhile investment

A recent study from the Stanford Center for Education Policy Analysis highlights how students’ socioeconomic status and race relate to their educational development, according to an April 29 New York Times article. The study indicates that students low on the socioeconomic spectrum perform as much as three grade levels behind where they should be. It […]

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A Handy Chart Featuring Over 30 iPad Apps for Students with Special Needs

January 19, 2016Today we spent sometime going through our archive looking for special needs apps we have shared here in the past and ended up with the chart below. These are apps we would recommend for teachers and parents of kids with learning disabilities. We have arranged the apps into four main categories: apps for […]

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30 Great Books for Teachers and Educators

January 2 , 2015Since its inception last year, our Pinterest board ‘Great Books for Teachers’ have grown so much in popularity with more than 16k followers and over 170 pins. During 2015, we reviewed a number of interesting books covering different topics from project based learning to teachers professional development. Some of these titles have […]

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Some Very Good Tools and Apps to Create Educational Flashcards to Use in Class

September 28, 2015Flashcards are an important component in the teaching toolkit of teachers and more specifically primary teachers. They are an amazingly practical resource for teaching numeracy, literacy, vocabulary and many more. For those of you interested in learning more about how to use flashcards in vocabulary teaching, check out this excellent video from Macmillan […]

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