Australia’s first international school in Dubai has officially opened with a pioneering educational setting, a cohort of experienced educators and a spacious, state-of-the-art campus, meeting a long-standing demand from the Australian community and beyond. for an exceptional and engaging learning experience. The advent of Australia’s curriculum framework will add immenseRead More →

WILMINGTON — At their meeting last Wednesday evening, the school committee reviewed the budget hearing and presentations from Wilmington High School student representative Angelyn Ciampa and principal Linda Peters. Briefly sharing some highlights of the proposed budget for 2023, the superintendent, Dr. Glenn Brand, referenced the projected enrollment of 2,757Read More →

TOKYO, February 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Attain Corporation, a company offering online language courses, including the Attain Online Japanese website, will open a high-quality and affordable online Japanese language school, Attain Online Japanese (AOJ) Language School “, at April 2022. This service is also available from anywhere in the world.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 →

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 →

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 →

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 →

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 →

Project description How can school design foster developmentally appropriate social independence in secondary school students, ensuring they are inspired to take initiative for their own learning and to think beyond themselves? even as they become citizens of the world? The French American International School (FAIS) has started to think aboutRead More →

Queen’s lawmakers joined parents, teachers, alumni and students outside the United Nations International School (UNIS) in Jamaica for a rally on Friday, December 10. calling on UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres to suspend the decision to close the school. The school, located at 173-53 Croydon Rd., is facing closure afterRead More →

During a two-day visit to the UM campus, the first class of students from Marygrove worked together on problem-solving and engineering projects. Image credit: Heather Nash Discussions around the fall return to in-person school after more than a year of remote learning have largely focused on the general impact onRead More →

It is commonly accepted that education does not stand still. Over time, research and a better understanding of the human brain continually informs and influences progressive education and, therefore, storytelling. “Special needs” education has made considerable progress. A term that once defined a subset that could be taken out ofRead More →

Giving children the best international education in Slovakia. Font size:A–|A+ Comments disabled QSI International School of Bratislava (QSIB) is the only American school in Slovakia offering a variety of programs for local and international students. Students have the opportunity to specialize in their studies according to their future plans andRead More →

SINGAPORE, October 19, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Stamford American International School in Singapore raised $5,000 for charity as part of this year’s Global Be Well Day, an annual celebration of mental and physical well-being. The school has partnered with the Parents’ Association and the Student Council to offer a walk-a-thon challengeRead More →

WAY OF LIFE International School of Florence: humanist values ​​and global spirit A school year at ISF October 14, 2021 – 5:03 pm to share Despiteand his young age 70 years old, the International School of Florenceone of the oldest international schools in Europe, mobilizes its humanist values ​​and itsRead More →

City officials say the new policy will allow all kindergarten students access to accelerated learning, which the mayor says will provide an equitable model for children to “realize their full potential.” The program, named Brilliant NYC, will remove the test given to 4-year-olds before they enter kindergarten to identify “giftedRead More →

SINGAPOREOct. 6, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — GESS Celebrates 50and anniversary as a nonprofit international school that has evolved alongside the 56-year-old city-state, Singaporehe calls home. logo GESS middle school students at the School Forum The beginnings of an international non-profit school The school began as a grassroots community initiative in 1971Read More →

Lincoln Middle School students struggling with reading and math are about to get a boost thanks to a new after-school education program made possible by a Jockey International partnership that has adopted the school in the purpose of cultivating success. The Jockey Being Family Foundation has contracted with the KenoshaRead More →

BROOKFIELD — From extracurricular tutoring and art projects to classes on nutrition and government, Brookfield high school students can extend their learning outside of the classroom. The school district has partnered with the Brookfield Craft Center and the YMCA to provide unique activities for teens in the city through aRead More →

Although they are among a small minority of students worldwide to physically sit their Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE) exams, Garden International School students have once again demonstrated their hard work, resilience and their determination in achieving outstanding exam results in 2021. Confirming their position as one of the leadingRead More →

In addition to providing academic and social stimulation and years of growth opportunities, a child’s education prepares them for future higher education and, eventually, a career. According to Anique Seldon, director of admissions, marketing and communications at the British International School of Chicago, South Loop (BISC-SL). “IB education is trulyRead More →

Twenty-one students inducted into Delta Epsilon Phi, National German Language Honor Society Princeton/Holmdel, NJ – During this difficult school year, the nonprofit German language school, with locations in Holmdel, Princeton and Rumson (http://www.njlearnsgerman.org)taught classes virtually. Students came together in person and via Zoom to celebrate the end of school withRead More →

UGA program helps Clarke County students develop leadership skills and career interests Since she was 2 years old, Tiffani Richardson has her sights set on becoming a healthcare professional. Whether she’s an obstetrician, registered nurse, or what she called a “baby doctor” (pediatrician) when she was younger, UGA’s Georgia PossibleRead More →

In 2021, Hibbett promised more than $500,000 and in partnership with Nike the donation was raised to $750,000 for the 86 adopted schools. The philanthropic initiative was developed as a community outreach program to help local schools and sports programs in neighborhoods that are often left behind. Sole School’s uniqueRead More →

The Costa Mesa City Council on Tuesday approved an agreement between the city and EF Education First to improve infrastructure around Trinity Broadcasting’s former headquarters to accommodate pedestrian and transit needs, paving the way for company to set up a for-profit English language program. school on the property. The 6-1Read More →