The International School of Rome has an immediately vacant position for a qualified and experienced candidate: FIRST YEAR CLASS TEACHER (FULL TIME) This position will suit flexible, enthusiastic, international and well-qualified candidates who educate students to be curious, enterprising and independent learners. The school is well resourced; we invest inRead More →

Alyssa Estrada, a fifth-grade student at Almond Elementary School in Fontana, works on a video project as part of the school’s Pacer Production Studios afterschool program. (Courtesy of Fontana Unified School District) Students at Almond Elementary School in Fontana are encouraged to put on their principal’s caps and shout “lights,Read More →

Ridgewood, NJ, January 29, 2022 –(PR.com)– Epitome of Soul, Inc. today announced that it has been named Best Networking or Community Organization in Education, art and culture at the inaugural Anthem Awards social impact celebration. Anthem finalists are selected by the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences. Members includeRead More →

Boston city councilors are taking steps to transition the mayoral-appointed policy-making body that oversees Boston’s public schools to an elected board. City councilors Ricardo Arroyo and Julia Mejia on Wednesday reintroduced a bylaws petition, which they originally filed last year, that would allow residents to elect school committee members. TheRead More →

Fairgreen International School is a pioneering educational community, whose mission is to embrace and promote sustainability in all its forms. Developed to give students a future-oriented education, Fairgreen aims to inspire future generations to have a positive impact on the world as ambassadors of sustainability. Fairgreen’s stimulating academic environment motivatesRead More →

Nibras Grades 2-5 students virtually connected with similar-aged students in South Africa and Thailand. They proudly talked about Nibras and shared details about their daily lives, their course structure and the projects they are working on. Teachers encouraged them to share their favorite subjects and what they aspire to whenRead More →

promotional feature Alderley Edge School for Girls has received the British Council International School Award, which celebrates the achievements of schools that create outstanding work in international education. Since 1999, Alderley Edge School for Girls has worked with the British Council’s Erasmus program to create events that immerse both highRead More →

Amid a Wednesday meeting disrupted by a small group of anti-vaccination protesters, the Boston City Council voted to consider turning the city’s mayor-appointed school board into a publicly elected body. Boston voters overwhelmingly expressed their preference for an elected school board in a nonbinding referendum in November. For change toRead More →

AUSTIN, TX, January 26, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The National Alliance for Insurance Education and Research is a proud recipient of a 2022 Spencer Educational Foundation grant to support and develop the Certified Insurance Service Representative (CISR) High School Program (HSP). The HSP is a growing initiative that anticipates the changingRead More →

Authors of a new Journal of Professional Nursing The article provides strategic steps to build an infrastructure that supports innovation. For nurses to be at the forefront of innovation in health and health care, nursing education must think strategically about the skills and knowledge required by the next generation ofRead More →

LONDON, January 20, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Nord Anglia International School Dubai has been awarded this year’s Innovation and Creativity in Learning award at the prestigious International School Awards 2022. North Anglia’s dubai The school was recognized by an independent jury of 12 international education experts for its “tailor-made curriculum whichRead More →

Early childhood education programs would be included in Nebraska’s farm-to-school program under a bill considered January 18 by the Education Committee. Senator Tom Brandt “data-image-caption=” The senator. Tom Brandt “data-medium-file=”http://update.legislature.ne.gov/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/SenBrandt_inline-200×300.jpg” data-large-file=”http://update.legislature .ne.gov/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/SenBrandt_inline.jpg” class=”size-medium wp-image-24402″ src=”http://update.legislature.ne. gov/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/xSenBrandt_inline-200×300.jpg.pagespeed.ic.HBQa3W_bOg.jpg” alt=”Sen. Tom Brandt” width=”200″ height=”300″ srcset=”http://update.legislature.ne.gov/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/xSenBrandt_inline-200×300.jpg.pagespeed.ic.HBQa3W_bOg. jpg 200w, http://update.legislature.ne.gov/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/xSenBrandt_inline.jpg.pagespeed.ic.3tSPf2nV8u.jpg 297w” sizes=”(max-width : 200px) 100vw,Read More →

The main prize was awarded in addition to 12 category winners at the organization’s International School Awards, selected from more than 260 nominations from schools from 48 countries. Other winners included the International School of Kenya, Nairobi, Rugby School Thailand, Chonburi and Nord Anglia International School Dubai, UAE. The awardsRead More →

DONNA, Texas (ValleyCentral) — The Donna Independent School District offers many programs designed to help students achieve their career goals. Omar Lucio, former Cameron County Sheriff, has died One such program that helps train students is in commercial truck driving, and in the midst of a nationwide shortage of truckers,Read More →

Serving intermediate to advanced students, the 13th Middlebury Language School will operate year-round at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies in Monterey beginning in 2022. Harnessing over a century of immersive language teaching, Middlebury Language Schools will launch their English language school in June 2022. The new program, aimed atRead More →

WEST — Concerns about the potential level of city and state financial support will weigh on the school board as it develops a proposed education budget for 2022-23. The budget-making process kicked off Wednesday with Superintendent of Schools Mark Garceau and Cindy Kirchhoff, the school district’s director of finance andRead More →

PARKERSBURG – The Highmark Foundation is accepting applications for its 2022-2023 School Grants and Scholarships Program. The rewards program will make $550,000 available for K-12 students in Pennsylvania and West Virginia. The goal of the program is to create healthier school environments that experience positive, lasting, and lastingRead More →

Jhe was from the school district *** The Framingham School Board, Administration and the Framingham Teachers Association (FTA) have reached an agreement on supporting access to education where a pupil is absent due to of documented school exposure to COVID-19, resulting in quarantine. School-based exposure is defined as exposure toRead More →

New modules will allow the monitoring and management of international student activities by agent and the processing of paths With the new modules, multifaceted international language institutions will be able to use scalable technology to automate business processes and extend functionality on a single platform. — Henry Hickman, President andRead More →

Mayor Michelle Wu today announced the appointment of Dr. Stephen Alkins to the Boston School Board, for a 4-year term. The Boston School Committee is the governing body of Boston’s public schools. “Dr. Alkins has dedicated his career to bringing about the systemic change needed in this time,” said MayorRead More →

BRAINTREE – The day the State Department of Education extended the mask-wearing requirement Inside school buildings, the Braintree School Committee postponed much of its agenda because two of its seven members were not wearing masks. The maskless members were Tom Devin, who has been on the committee for a decade,Read More →

WESTERLY — Current high school students are open-minded about sexuality and understand that the country has at times struggled with discrimination, prejudice and racism, according to the school board’s student representative. Dominick Lombard, who was appointed as student representative in December, raised the issues with the school committee at itsRead More →

Shrewsbury Paraprofessional Association chair Noreen Christie speaks at a school committee meeting on October 6.(Photo/Laura Hayes) SHREWSBURY – After months of negotiations, the Shrewsbury Paraprofessional Association (SPA) has a new three-year successor contract. The school committee unanimously ratified the agreement at its January 5 meeting. “We have a lot ofRead More →

FRAMINGHAM – On Wednesday evening, the Framingham school committee elected Priscila Sousa as its next president. The vote was historic as Sousa is the first woman of color to hold this title. It’s also historic because Sousa, like many students in the public school district, started out in a Portuguese-speakingRead More →

First published at 12:25 a.m. Last updated at 8:28 a.m. *** FRAMINGHAM – For the first time ever, the Framingham School Board has a woman of color as chairperson. The school committee elected Priscila Sousa, a member of the school committee for District 5, by an 8-0-1 vote, to beRead More →

GREEN BAY – Chappell Elementary, Washington Middle School and the Dr. Rosa Minoka-Hill High School program are switching to virtual learning on Thursday due to a “critical” staffing shortage in schools, according to a letter sent by the district to parents . Thursday will be a self-directed learning day forRead More →

WEYMOUTH – John Sullivan will be the new chairman of the Weymouth school committee. Sullivan, a Boston College High School teacher who chairs the committee’s budget subcommittee, replaces Lisa Belmarsh as chair. After more than a decade on the Weymouth School Committee, Belmarsh now holds a seat on the townRead More →

The International School of Los Angeles is an international K-12 school committed to bilingual education and academic excellence in a stimulating and intimate environment that encourages personal initiative, creativity, and curiosity. The school’s mission is to develop confident, caring, and open-minded critical thinkers who will thrive in a diverse andRead More →

The proposal, put forward by Franklin Rios, will see the school operate on three floors of 14 Hamilton Square in the city. Short-term student accommodation for those taking intensive courses at the language school will be located on the top two floors of the five-storey Grade 1 listed building. AccordingRead More →