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  • Education
    Paving your career path with distance education courses

    Every student who plans to pursue their degree through distance education programs always has one question in their minds – to do or not to do. The concept of distance education has evolved over the years, and these days, many popular universities are offering distance education programs in India. One of the main reasons students […]

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    Countries with the best education systems in the world

    Nowadays, high-school graduates get the opportunity to choose where they want to study. It presupposes that they can choose not only the educational institution but also the country where they want to go to college or university. Due to globalization, it has become straightforward to move to another country or even another continent to get […]

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    Superstars in Education honored tonight

    Seven training applications can be honored this night at the annual Superstars in education ceremony. Superstars in training are charged with recognizing exquisite academic programs and individual achievements. The yearly event highlights excellence in revolutionary coaching, integrated study room era practices, and school-to-career pathways. It additionally serves to leverage the economic enterprise community’s funding within […]

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    Education not a priority in proposed state budget Opinion

    As a father, community member, and superintendent of Florida’s 2nd biggest public school machine, which proudly serves greater than 270,000 college students, I’m forced to speak out about the proposed state price range and its ability negative effect on our college students and dedicated employees. For the first time for that Excellent Recession, the Florida […]

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    Help young kids to improve education

    I’m always impressed with Laurie Lachance and her grasp of economic troubles. As usual, she is proper on in “Maine needs to dare to dream big” (column, April 18). She is, possibly, too mild in noting our investment too overdue in the cycle of a baby’s mastering. We’re the only industrialized state that invests so […]

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    Turning the world towards Malaysian education

    IN February, His Majesty King Salman Abdulaziz Al-Saud of Saudi Arabia turned gracious to accept honorary doctorates from the University of Malaya (UM) and the Global Islamic College Malaysia (IIUM). It became momentous and a privileged occasion, thinking about King Salman, who spent his 3 nights in Malaysia gracing our universities. On behalf of the […]