The British International School of Kuala Lumpur (BSKL) is a warm and welcoming international community. Our commitment to fostering student happiness forms the foundation of student success and our “be ambitious” philosophy. The British International School of Kuala Lumpur (BSKL) offers an early years program with play-based learning for childrenRead More →

Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India]November 26 (ANI/NewsSee): Oakridge International School Bangalore celebrated Universal Children’s Day with a thoughtful message reaffirming the importance of children’s rights through a week of galore activities and a special assembly to highlight highlight the celebration of a student’s life. Universal Children’s Day was established in 1954 asRead More →

SAMBALPUR: The management committee of VSS panchayat high school, Bargaon, in Maneswar block of Sambalpur district, alleged that the school was inaugurated even though the works under the government’s 5T school transformation program are not not finished yet. The school was among 25 others in the district dedicated to theRead More →

Compass International School Doha, students have access to exceptional education and world-class teaching through its virtual school and on-campus learning model. Compass’ virtual school experience is specially designed for individual learning needs and draws on global best practice from across its entire Nord Anglia Education family of schools. Through itsRead More →

A grown man – described as an “anti-masker” – allegedly harassed an after-school program at Gregory Heights Elementary School on Tuesday, November 16, 2021. The King County Sheriff’s Office confirmed the report, saying officers responded just before 4:30 p.m., but the subject disappeared before deputies arrived. Reports say the manRead More →

HOPKINTON — Over the past six months, local Republicans have slammed the Chariho School Board, Chair Linda Lyall and Superintendent of Schools Gina Picard over allegations they restricted public comment and took steps to prevent non-parents to have their say. on neighborhood affairs. When Hopkinton City Council members Michael GearyRead More →

TDT | manama The Daily Tribune – www.newsofbahrain.com Al Noor International School has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Oxford University Press, which provides educational solutions as part of the school’s participation in the Oxford Quality programme. The Oxford Quality Program is an agreement between Oxford University Press and selectedRead More →

JAMAICA ESTATES, Queens (WABC) – Families and students hope their actions will help reverse a decision that threatens to close a Queens school founded eight decades ago. In a generally quiet block of Jamaica Estates, children and their parents have prepared for battle in a last-ditch effort to save theirRead More →

Ukraine’s newest and largest school for local and international students, Brookes CIL International School will open in Kyiv, Ukraine in September 2022. This truly innovative educational facility meets global best practices for safety and sustainability while practicing a holistic approach to whole child development. According to the “LB.ua” media article,Read More →

The International School of Denver’s newest academic facility, the Mary Louise Evans Building, recently celebrated its grand opening. Designed by Venture Architecture, in close coordination with the school community, the new 40,000 square foot facility will serve as a hub for the entire ISDenver community, providing a new learning centerRead More →

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) – Springfield Public School District offers before and after school classes SHINE Program. It provides educational activities for children in kindergarten to grade 8 to address learning loss among students disproportionately affected by coronavirus and school closures, including low-income students, children with disabilities , English language learners,Read 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 →

The Board and School Select Committee considered seven candidates to fill the School Committee vacancy due to the resignation of former member Andrea Prestwich effective October 20. They narrowed down the choices to six candidates, Ralph Jones, Frances Leighton, Jeffrey Liberty, Glenn Robertelli, Jung Yueh and Amy Zuccarello. After askingRead More →

To share Tweeter To share To share E-mail Click on the arrow to listen to the story: OUR GRANT OPPORTUNITIES: Youth Today’s grant listings are carefully curated for our subscribers working in youth-related industries. Subscribers will find local, state, regional and national grant opportunities. THE PURPOSE OF THIS GRANT: ChildRead More →

Lisa Redmond, special for the Millbury-Sutton Chronicle | The Millbury-Sutton Chronicle MILLBURY — In recent weeks, some anti-masker parents have lambasted the school committee, in person and online, for adhering to the state’s mandatory mask order in schools, but one Millbury parent has rebuked these remarks, calling them “shameful”. ‘TwoRead More →

In an October 19 speech inaugurating Quebec’s new parliamentary session, Premier François Legault announced that a compulsory course on Quebec culture and citizenship will be introduced into the curriculum of primary and secondary schools in the province. The new course, or more precisely course curriculum, will replace a course/program inRead 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 →

More … than two out of three voters supported Question 1, a binding referendum asking whether the city should overhaul its budget process, giving city councilors more sway over the city’s purse strings. With 94.90 percentage of boroughs reporting at 11:41 a.m., 68,495 voters said yes to the changes andRead More →

HOPKINTON — A 38-year-old education consultant, mother of four, and Navajo Nation citizen will replace Reverend David Stall on the Chariho school board. Hopkinton City Council voted 3-2 on Monday night to appoint endawnis Spears (Dine/ Ojibwe/ Chickasaw/ Choctaw) to replace Stall, who resigned from his seat after complaining aboutRead More →

MIDDLEBURY, Vt. – The Middlebury Board of Trustees approved several new programs and initiatives – an English-language school at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies, an Abenaki school, a new master’s program in teaching Korean and plans for a school in Puerto Rico – at its meeting from October 21Read More →

To foster partnerships between companies in the transportation industry and schools in their local communities, the ASE Education Foundation has launched a new Adopt-A-School program. This mutually beneficial program allows businesses to provide support to local schools while simultaneously providing those businesses with access to promising service professionals entering theRead More →

A new leadership program at the University of Hawaii’s William S. Richardson School of Law aims to increase diversity, inclusion, and representation among Hawaii’s legal professionals. This comes at a time when some have called for more diversity on Hawaiian courts. Others argue that the lack of representation is aRead More →