The two Visayan State Universities have been chosen to join the Czech Republic-based Masaryk University’s online summer school program. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO Visayan State University (VSU), based in Leyte province, recently joined a European Democracy Online Summer School program focusing on Central Europe’s transition from communism to democracy . Two ofRead More →

PHILADELPHIA, Pa. (WPVI) — “I didn’t experience anything like this growing up, but I recognize the power of education,” said Keshema Davidson Nathan, executive director of Horizons at Cristo Rey Philadelphia High School. Davidson Nathan recalls having few extracurricular resources as a child, having immigrated from Jamaica to the UnitedRead More →

click on image to enlarge During one of the last breaks before #summer break, campus of the International School of Los Angeles / Lycée International Pasadena… Kindergarten students enjoyed a great drawing session. The vibrant colors and fun shapes they chose for their art were inspired by the eye-catching coverRead More →

To see what an American education looks like, head to Shattuck-St. Mary’s Forest City International School (SSM-FC). Here, the red faces explore the outdoors in their free time. Others channel their inner Picasso, conduct social studies research, or hit high notes in music class. Every SSM-FC learner strives to achieveRead More →

Binibining Pilipinas International 2021 Hannah Arnold. Picture File Hannah Arnold, newly crowned Binibining Pilipinas International 2021, expressed her gratitude to the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) for congratulating her and acknowledging her advocacy. In a virtual press conference nearly a week after winning the national competition, Arnold revealed thatRead More →

Update: The Boston school board voted unanimously in favor of the superintendent’s recommended policy shortly after 10 p.m. Wednesday night. Starting next year, Boston exam schools will consider students’ socioeconomic backgrounds — alongside their academic performance — in all admissions decisions. Boston Public Schools superintendent opposes last-minute changes to proposedRead More →

The International School of Kuala Lumpur (ISKL) recorded outstanding results in this year’s International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IBDP). The International School of Kuala Lumpur (ISKL) July 14, 2021 The results were released by the International Baccalaureate Organization on July 5, 2021. ISKL school principal Mr. Madani described the school’s resultsRead More →

HOUSTON – The Spring Independent School District has received an $8.5 million grant from the Texas Education Agency to continue its 21st Century after-school program at 10 select campuses over the next five years. The district said in a news release Tuesday that the award will allow the district toRead More →

The new campus in Riyadh is expected to welcome students from September 2021. Minister of Education: Combining the power of culture and heritage with innovation and technology to deliver exceptional student learning Minister of Investment: Riyadh’s economic growth creates unique, unprecedented and growing career opportunities RCRC President: We can contributeRead More →

Billie Thomas, director of the Gloucester County Special Services School District Migrant Education Summer School program, stands with several students from the program during one of their kickball games. (THG/Joseph F. Berenato. To purchase photos in The Gazette, call (609) 704-1940.) From now until July 23, the former St. JosephRead More →

AT Nexus International School Singapore, entrepreneurs are made, not born. From overcoming crushing setbacks to thriving in Shark Tank-like situations, no one does it better than Nexus students and graduates. These virtues explain why she is proud to have won the 2020 Junior Achievement Company of the Year award, inRead More →

When a coalition of community partners began working last year to establish the first high school recovery program in Knox County, faculty and students at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville were quick to offer their support. Tourville “If we’re going to alleviate the opioid crisis in Tennessee, we haveRead More →

TOKYO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Innovative kindergarten education provider MEES International School has announced a full-day project-based learning (PBL) elementary program starting in September 2021. MEES founder and principal Euft van den Berg explained that this new program can provide the opportunity for students in Tokyo to develop the critical thinking skills the nextRead 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 ( classes virtually. Students came together in person and via Zoom to celebrate the end of school withRead More →