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 →

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 →

NSW Federation of Community Language Schools CEO Michael Christodoulou AM applauded the NSW Government’s decision to allocate $10.18 million to schools and strengthen NSW’s rich mosaic of multiculturalism. Announced on Wednesday, Education and Early Learning Minister Sarah Mitchell said the 587 community language schools across the state are essential toRead More →

The Orange Academy is seeing strong interest from families for an extended summer program and is preparing to welcome around 300 students. Summer learning opportunities will be supported by federal ESSER funds – the district received $164,000 from these emergency relief funds to address the impact that COVID-19 has hadRead More →

//= do_shortcode(‘[in-content-square]’) ?> Ysgol Ysgol Llannefydd; Pictured are students Elysteg Owen-Casey, Abyan Farah, Edryd Wright, Hawys Owen-Casey, Megan and Elwen Wright with Principal Mr Gary Evans, parent Katie Farah with son Ashkir and parent Kate Wright. Photo Mandy Jones A village school struggling to survive has launched a campaign toRead More →

job description POSITION: After School Program Director REPORTS TO: Director of Sports and Activities LOCATION/TIMES: STRIVE Prep – Ruby Hill Elementary with general hours of 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. with some flexibility required. After-school programming with scholars will begin daily at 3:00 p.m. SALARY: $60,000 to $65,000 depending onRead More →

Summer doesn’t mean students’ brains have to go on vacation. Kim Wasson and others hope to keep students engaged this summer with Third Creek Middle School’s “Reading in the Real World” after-school program. She said her previous work with young people and a conversation with principal Marlene Scott motivated herRead More →

The mum of an academically brilliant Belfast boy who didn’t get a place at a grammar school – but was offered a place at an Irish-language school despite speaking no Gaelic – has warned that the children would suffer long-term damage from the transfer fiasco. Aura Moreland’s 11-year-old son Jack,Read More →

LANSING, Mich. (WILX) — Potterville Elementary School is in the spotlight after receiving national recognition for a new program that helps students develop social and emotional skills. Capturing Children’s Hearts focuses on social and emotional health, allowing them to feel more supported in the classroom. Potterville Elementary is one ofRead More →

TOKYO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The first Harrow International School in Japan is scheduled to open in August 2022. Harrow International School Appi Japan (Harrow Appi) will provide boys and girls with an exceptional educational and boarding school experience in stunning natural surroundings. Located at the foot of breathtaking Mount Ryugamori in Appi Kogen,Read More →

BLOOMINGTON — Illinois Wesleyan University is hosting its first youth esports and leadership camp this summer. The IWU Language School for Kids is also returning this summer in person after going virtual last summer due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Eddy Kimbrough, a student at Illinois Wesleyan University, right, plays “LeagueRead More →

WSiP (@WSiP_pl), Poland’s leading educational publisher and operator of the ProfiLingua language school chain, announced a five-year partnership with Sensations English (@SensationsEng), an online English learning solution leading, to support ProfiLingua’s English language students. Available online and through Apple and Android apps, Sensations English focuses on improving English skills throughRead More →

STAUNTON, Va. (WHSV) – Around the Valley, students and teachers are preparing for summer school. Administrators say this program has become especially important after a year of virtual and blended learning. “We’ve all wasted a lot of direct instructional time with students,” said Stephanie Haskins, executive director of instruction forRead More →

Founded in 1995, Chatsworth International School is a diverse international school in Singapore, catering to students from Kindergarten to Grade 13 (3-18 years old). As an IB World School since 2004, Chatsworth offers the three core programs of the International Baccalaureate program at one exceptional price. Our graduates receive theRead 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 →

FRAMINGHAM – After several months of effort led by students at Framingham Public School (FPS) in partnership with community partners, the Framingham School Committee has voted unanimously to rename Woodrow Wilson Primary School to Harmony Grove Elementary School – A Global Academy. The new name will be celebrated at theRead More →

Illinois Wesleyan University (LSK) Children’s Language School will offer classes June 14-24. May 12, 2021 BLOOMINGTON, Ill. — Children in kindergarten through fifth grade have the opportunity to learn French and Spanish language and culture this summer thanks to the Children’s Language School at Illinois Wesleyan University (LSK). LSK classesRead 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 →

An international school that focuses on preparing students for life in an ever-changing modern world. Font size:A–|A+ Comments disabled At the International School of English in Bratislava, we do more than just prepare students for exams; we prepare learners for future success and happiness by developing the following core competencies:Read More →

LUXEMBURG, Wis. (WFRV) – Demolition and construction work began this week in preparation for the Luxembourg-Casco School District’s new Ahnapee Diesel program, which begins with the start of the 2021-22 school year. According to a statement, part of the former Casco District College is being converted into a diesel andRead More →

Teaching in an international school is often an ambition for future teachers. But how does this differ from other schools? First, international schools promote international education in an international environment by adopting a different curriculum than the country in which it is located. For example, a school in India mightRead More →

Image credit: Lingoda Lingoda, a Berlin-based startup that offers online language courses, has announced that it has raised $68 million (about 57 million euros) in a new fundraising round. The round was led by global growth investor Summit Partners. In addition, existing investor Conny Boersch, founder of Mountain Partners, whoRead More →

A Berlin-based startup that has built and grown a successful online language learning platform based on live teachers and virtual classrooms is today announcing funding to continue growing its business. Lingoda, which connects students who want to learn a language – currently English, Spanish, French or German – with native-speakingRead More →

For the first time in over two decades, Santa Barbara Unified will have a bilingual immersion elementary school (DLI). McKinley Elementary was selected as the campus to launch the district’s new DLI program in the 2021-22 kindergarten school year and each year thereafter will add the next class. Left toRead More →

SPRINGFIELD — The Illinois House Social Services Committee advanced two bills on Tuesday, one allowing students with special needs to remain with a school program past their 22n/a anniversary and another allowing the use of certain federal nutritional benefits to purchase feminine hygiene products. House Bill 40, introduced by Rep.Read More →

The Australian International School is the only school in the southern hemisphere in Singapore that offers a holistic education based on the Australian curriculum for students aged 2 months to 18 years. The Australian International School (AIS) is the most popular Australian school in the world for students aged 18Read More →

Neil Kendall, ace of language. A language whiz from Inverness runs lessons which he says will make you learn a foreign language around three times faster. Neil Kendall, of Aignish Drive, Inverness, launched Neil Kendall Language School 12 months ago and despite the pandemic forcing online learning, has built upRead More →

Tongxin Foreign Language School / Atelier Apeiron – SZAD © Schran Image + 38 To share To share Facebook Twitter pinterest WhatsApp Mail Or © Schran Image Text description provided by the architects. contextThis is a low-cost reconstruction and expansion project of the old campus. Due to lack ofRead More →

TOKYO, December 3, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Human Academy Japanese Language School, the Japanese education division of an education company, Human Academy Co., Ltd., headquartered in Shinjuku, Tokyowill introduce a multi-currency credit card payment function on its latest e-commerce platform “Human Academy Japanese Language School Plus” to provide more options forRead More →

The Italian-Brazilian Rafael Tronquini, communication manager at Europass Italian Language School, talk to The Florentine on the novelties of the popular institution of Florence, including reduced class sizes, online offerings and innovative education for the coming months. The Europass Italian language school team The Florentine: Is your language school openRead More →

HANGZHOU, China, September 18, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Hailiang Education Group Inc. (Nasdaq: HLG) (“Hailiang Education,” the “Company” or “we”), a provider of primary, middle and high school education and management services in RPC today announced that the Company has signed a sponsorship transfer agreement (the “Agreement”) with its subsidiary HailiangRead More →