Veterinary Medicine professor chosen for Chinese higher education consortium

“I am very thankful to be the recipient of this prestigious award and am looking forward to continued mutually beneficial research and education activities that will strengthen our international programs and contribute to the training of the next ...

Manhattan Mercury

The University of Wyoming's College of Education May Soon Be Improved

Reports show the school's Dean of Education says the overhaul would also require one million annually in recurring funds. He says the biggest adjustment his college needs is making students better prepared to teach in Wyoming's classrooms. A major part ...and more »

KCWY 13 Where News Comes First

2018-11-13 20:31:41

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Officials: New Special Education Rules Could Overwhelm Rural Maine Districts

Some local school officials are raising concerns about proposed changes to Maine's special education laws, which they say could overwhelm their districts and may lead to conflicts with other districts. The newly proposed rules from the state Department ...and more »

Maine Public

2018-11-13 20:22:56

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Succeeding Globally Through International Education and Engagement

Each year in November, we pause to celebrate International Education Week (IEW), a joint initiative of the U.S. Departments of State and Education. This week recognizes the important role education plays in connecting us across the globe and highlights ...and more »

U.S. Department of Education (press release) (blog)

2018-11-13 19:59:57

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Lehigh Pioneering Student-Centered, 'Use-Inspired' Approach to Graduate Education

With recent NSF support, Lehigh science, engineering and education faculty will develop a new approach to graduate education centered around a stronger collaboration between academia and industry than the traditional method. (Image credit: iStock/Thea ...

Lehigh University News

2018-11-13 19:40:53

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Alternative provision schools: 'We all deserve an education'

Research by the BBC has revealed that the number of fixed-term exclusions in the most deprived areas of England has gone up by over 70% in the last four years - four times the rate of the least deprived, which has risen by 15%. Nearly 50,000 pupils are ...

BBC News

2018-11-13 19:33:59

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