TROY, NY (NEWS10) — The Lansingburgh Central School District announced Friday that it will receive a grant for a 21st Century after-school program at Knickerbacker Middle School and Lansingburgh High School. Middle and high schools serve Lansingburgh’s sixth through twelfth graders. It will be funded by the New York StateRead More →

Mazen Tammar, Education Sector Manager at RCRC: “Attracting prestigious global institutions such as OWIS is a big part of how Riyadh creates a world-class education ecosystem. This is an important step in improving educational opportunities for all residents of Riyadh” Riyadh, Saudi Arabia – Singapore’s prestigious Global Schools Foundation (GSF)Read More →

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Trainocate Lanka, a leading learning and development provider, recently partnered with Alethea International School, one of the oldest private schools in the country, to facilitate the brand new RESET programme. This is the first time that the RESET program will be implemented in a school in Sri Lanka. Alethea wasRead More →

A Burundian national was remanded in custody for allegedly aggravated harm to a three and a half-year-old student. According to CP Enanga Fred, police spokesperson, the CID leadership sent Belly Kirimwimana to court last Friday. Kirimwimana is a teacher at Ambrosoli International School in Bugolobi, a suburb of Kampala. EnangaRead More →

A professor of international affairs launch a mentorship and financial aid workshop this summer for underrepresented political science students transitioning to graduate programs. Laila Sorurbakhsh, assistant professor of international affairs and principal researcher of the workshop, said the Breaking Barriers to Entry project will provide financial, academic and psychological supportRead More →