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Politicians book tailor-made language co...

POLITICIANS across Ireland are signing up to learn a focal cúpla in line with legal changes to boost the use of the language by official bodies. A bespoke course for local councilors, starting next month, has been booked and now a second is filling up. 3 President Michael D Higgins signed the amendment to power […]

Raising air power violation is China’s m

VSConcerns over airpower violations in Ladakh entered the military talks between India and China in early August 2022. Both sides have accused each other of breaching the 1996 agreement on confidence-building measures along the Line of Effective Control. The agreement stipulates that combat aircraft, which include fighters, bombers, reconnaissance aircraft, military training aircraft, armed helicopters […]

Storehouse Academy celebrates first grad...

In early June, The Storehouse of Collin County’s launched a program known as The Storehouse Academy. This is a pilot program offering ESL courses. On Saturday, the program held its final day of classes followed by a celebration for its first batch of graduates. “I am humbled, honored and full of joy on this […]

Great Business Leaders Have These 8 Trai...

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur the contributors are theirs. As a lifelong entrepreneur, I know firsthand the ups and downs of running a successful business. I’ve run several marketing companies, each catering to different national markets, as well as co-run a financial investment firm and several lucrative mobile app businesses. Although it hasn’t always been perfect, […]

Outbound investment screening waits in t...

A controversial proposal that would have subjected certain foreign investments by U.S. companies to review by an interagency committee failed to make it into the CHIPS and Science Act of 2022, which President Biden signed into law last week. I wrote about the details of the outbound investment screening mechanism earlier this summer and warned […]

Back-to-school purchases could cost you ...

GREEN BAY – With school starting in less than a month for most school districts in the Green Bay area, back-to-school shopping is in full swing. This year, families can expect to pay more for school supplies as record inflation drives up costs. Families with children in K-12 can expect to pay an average of […]

Goulburn Valley students commemorate Ind...

Celebration: Navya Mudaliar with the flag of India. The Shepparton classes of the Victorian School of Languages ​​gathered on Saturday August 13 to celebrate India’s Independence Day. As the holiday is commemorated on August 15, students from the school’s language classes joined Greater Shepparton Secondary College after their weekly sessions to celebrate and learn about […]

State education leaders will vote Monday...

Massachusetts Comprehensive Rating System, or MCAS started in 1998. students since 2003 To graduate, they must pass certain factors from the examinations. College students first take assessments in math, science and English in Year 10, and if they fail, they are offered alternatives to try again in later years. Below Riley’s suggested adjustments, students must […]

China European game | CEPA

Slow, and rarely surely The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is patient and powerful. But that doesn’t make him invincible. The lesson of its activities in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) is that it succeeds mainly because of Western weakness, rather than thanks to its own genius. A new series of reports for the Center for […]

Nation of Wonders and Missteps

What are the strengths that have so far served India well and how could they be leveraged in the future? Could we point out what we did right and where we went wrong during our 75-year journey? And then see what we must do well and avoid on the road to 2047? Show full picture […]

Education in Cincinnati has a richer his...

Back to school has arrived. But we cannot move forward without looking at our past. As students and teachers prepare to step into the books, we’ve put together the ABCs of various instructors and institutions who have left a lasting impact on education in Cincinnati. A is for the arts. There are many major art […]

Week in Review: KISD Safety, Golf Course...

KISD discusses safety, traffic and the Safe Place partnership at Friday’s press conference Killeen ISD held a press conference Friday morning to announce its partnership with Safe Place, a national youth outreach program, for the upcoming school year and beyond. The district also responded to community concerns about school safety, the continued shortage of teachers, […]

A four-decade journey to discover the re...

It took over 40 years, and a chance encounter, for a Victorian woman to find out what her surname really is. Heather Ahpee’s husband’s great-grandfather, Robert, moved from China to Victoria during the gold rush era. “My last name is Ahpee, which is a Chinese bastard,” she said. “Like so many Chinese names in Australia, […]

The Runner | KPU Nursing Instructor Run...

Balbir Gurm, KPU nursing instructor and founder of the NEVR program, is a Surrey School Board candidate. (Submitted) 🔊 Listen to the message Dr Balbir Gurm, NEVR founder and nursing instructor at Kwantlen Polytechnic University, is running for Surrey School Board Trustee this fall. The launch of the campaign for TEAM Surrey Schools took place […]

SCENE SETTER: Learning the beauty of “bo

Studio House Barrie Presents Body Language – All Bodies are Beautiful Bodies Event at Barrie Curling Club on August 20 Waiting backstage or backstage before going on stage is a feeling that can only be accurately described by those who have experienced it. A swirling combination of excitement, anxiety, tension and, above all, promise. The […]

Genshin Impact development stream for Su...

Summer is almost over but it’s okay because a giant Genshin Impact the update is on the horizon. The big 3.0 update will launch a new region called Sumeru and add an elemental, grass-based type called Dendro. The game will be packed to the brim with new content, so the developers are hosting a stream […]

$7 million for international studies at ...

uh student learns Palauan thatching techniques The University of Hawaii in Mānoa received seven titles VII International Education Grants totaling $7 million over a four-year grant cycle from the U.S. Department of Education, keeping the campus among an elite group of U.S. universities with a dominant presence in international studies, particularly in the Asia and […]

Derby School Board rejects strategic pla...

DERBY, Kan. (KWCH) – The Derby School District is considering its next steps after a proposed five-year strategic plan was not adopted by the school board on Monday night. Four of the seven board members voted against the plan, citing concerns about certain terms relating to diversity and inclusion. Since February, 40 teachers, students, parents […]

Pop-up summer concerts bring diversity t...

BC Chinese Ensemble performers Dailin Hsieh and Bruce Bai spread love through their music at this year’s summer pop-up concert series in Mount Pleasant Park. “Once you overcome the one-inch-high subtitle barrier, you’ll discover great movies.” These words, uttered by Korean writer-director Bong Joon-Ho in a moving Oscar speech, eloquently highlight the power of art […]

James H. Porter Elementary School Launch...

We are celebrating a school right here in Bibb County this week. This is Porter Elementary’s second year with Spanish in their special class rotations. MACON, Ga. — There are plenty of reasons to be excited about a new school year, and one of them is the “School of the Week” segment, where we highlight […]

Ontario Junior Canadian Rangers impress ...

Junior Ranger McCartney Botelho takes aim with an air rifle during a national leadership training course. credit Sergeant Steven Botelho, Canadian Rangers By Peter Moon The hunting and outdoor survival skills of five Junior Canadian Rangers from Northern Ontario impressed Junior Rangers from across Canada at a national leadership training event in Quebec. “Their outdoor […]

Modern Sinophone Australia – Faculty of

“Modern Sinophone Australia” is an innovative research project designed to map the cultural productions of Chinese-speaking populations in modern Australia. It aims to shed light on a large and poorly documented body of Chinese-language resources produced in Australia and beyond that bear witness to the cultural life and presence of Chinese-speaking Australians in modern times. […]

Two Horizons advisers confirmed without ...

Nicholas McBride / Stuff Many people who are already members of the Horizons Regional Council are running for re-election. Two candidates running for the Horizons Regional Council were spared campaign signs and mayoral debates because they were the only ones standing in their electorate. All other seats, however, are up for grabs after nominations close […]

Faculty departures spark hiring spurt in...

The Greensburg Salem School Board completed a round of teacher hires this week and announced additional positions – as the panel agreed to the retirement of two teachers and the resignation of four others, with the start of the school in a few weeks. The board also filled a vacant college administrative position and approved […]

What do you want to know

In December 2018, a 53-year-old woman presented to a hospital in China with flu-like symptoms. She was infected with a henipavirus, a class that includes some dangerous pathogens like the Nipah virus, which has a mortality rate of 40% to 75%. But the virus infecting the patient was genetically distinct from other henipaviruses scientists had […]

Paso School Board waits to change langua...

“Hitting, punching, shoving, kicking.” All were forms of aggression that LGBTQ-plus youth reported experiencing, according to the California Healthy Kids Survey. Approximately 63% of gay/lesbian/bisexual students in SLO County reported being bullied and/or harassed in 2021-22. Additionally, nearly 50% said they had “seriously considered suicide,” Dusty Colyer-Worth told the Paso Robles Co-ed School District Board […]

Redland College opens in Elmore County

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) – It’s been a busy and exciting week for schools in Elmore County as the district welcomed back students and opened a brand new middle school. Redland Middle School serves students in grades five through eight. “We have 555 students as of yesterday afternoon,” said Chad Walls, principal of Redland Middle School. […]

Navigate with AI in hiring to land your ...

Artificial intelligence is not just about self-driving cars and Silicon Valley. AI has found its way into nearly every job — and even getting that job in the first place. Artificially intelligent programs now systematically screen applications, often before a human hiring manager sees a single CV. Companies are also increasingly turning to AI job […]

MCC’s Upcoming “Experts & Insights” Expl

Can a series of simple movements improve everything from flexibility and strength to your balance, breathing, posture and relaxation? Learn how you can integrate tai chi principles to do all this and more in the latest “Experts & Insights” from McHenry County College. The educational speaker series continues Thursday, August 18 with “Tai Chi for […]

Kelowna Museums offers introductory Syil...

Local Journalism Initiative/The Discourse reporter Aaron Hemens – August 10, 2022 / 4:00 | History: 379508 Photo: Local Journalism Initiative reporter Aaron Hemens xatma sqilx, Westbank First Nation (WFN) member and syilx knowledge holder Jasmine Peone holds a copy of the nsyilxcn alphabet outside the Kelowna Museums Outdoor Classroom in Laurel Square at ki? l?wna? […]

Solomon Islands Prime Minister insists h...

Solomon Islands Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare has assured that any changes to the constitution to extend his term will be a one-time decision, Australia’s Pacific Minister said. Sogavare decided to amend the constitution to extend his term in government until after the Pacific Games in November 2023. Opposition figures in the Solomon Islands called the […]

South Washington County voters reject sc...

South Washington County voters rejected a membership referendum for a 10-year, $462 million facilities plan — the costliest schools referendum in state history. Around 10 p.m., the results arrived in 93% of the constituencies. Sixty-six percent of voters voted “no” in the referendum; 34% voted to approve the referendum. The rejection of the referendum came […]

NVIDIA will evolve the universal scene d...

NVIDIA has announced a massive initiative to evolve Universal Scene Description (USD) to become the foundation for the open metaverse and the 3D Internet. NVIDIA revealed the initiative during its special SIGGRAPH keynote when it shared the upcoming updates to scale the USD. NVIDIA has announced a massive initiative to evolve Universal Scene Description (USD) […]

Eric O’Toole, Faculty Member and Exhibit

Photograph by Ron Hester Eric O’Toole has been named the new assistant dean of the Pratt Institute’s School of Design. He assumed the role on July 1, 2022. O’Toole previously served as Acting Assistant Dean from January to June of this year and is an Associate Professor in the Department of Graduate Communications Design where […]

ANALYSIS: Classes Aspiring Restructuring...

So you’ve just completed your summer associate program and received an offer to work with the Bankruptcy and Corporate Restructuring team. You may be wondering which law courses you should take in your final year of law school to help prepare you for your first year of practice. Chapter 11 practice touches on almost every […]

Fumie Nakaguki Bouvier | Obituary

Fumie Nakaguki Bouvier passed away on Friday, August 5, 2022, at her residence. She was a teacher all her life and taught English at Daviess County High School and Japanese in the Governors Scholars program at Center College. She has also led training for the Emergency Medical Technician Program as an Instructor and Instructor-Trainer, and […]

Tribal colleges and universities: what y...

Native American and Alaska Native students – who have the lowest college enrollment rate of any racial group, according to recent data from the National Center for Education Statistics – face many barriers when they are looking to get a degree. Affordability. Of those who identified as American Indian and Alaska Native in 2018, 25.4% […]

Are you having trouble learning the lang...

If you’re an English speaker planning to move to Europe in 2022, you might want to find a country where you’re likely to be understood from the start. Although learning the local language of your new home should be a priority, it does take time. As you become familiar with verb tenses and articles, it’s […]

Mark Wuebbels – Senior Officer, Consulat

Mark Wuebbels began serving as a senior officer at the U.S. Consulate General in Sapporo in August 2022. Prior to assuming this role, he served as Deputy Director of the Taiwan Coordination Office at the US Department of State in Washington, DC. Other national assignments include serving as a Pearson Fellow on the U.S. Senate […]

Mullingar’s Homecoming Fleadh ends on a

Published: Sun Aug 7 2022, 10:48 PM Last update: Sun 7 August 2022, 22:51 Joe Connaire thanks ‘dedicated team of volunteers’ Fleadh Cheoil in Mullingar comes to an end tonight, after a week of celebrations which drew over 500,000 people to the town. This important return to Westmeath has been celebrated nationally and internationally, as […]

Top 5 Best Educational Portals in 2022

This article pays tribute to educators at all levels who work tirelessly to instill in us a sense of boundless curiosity in the world around us. It’s essential to remember that each item on this list has been ranked based on a number of criteria, including audience appeal, reliability, and accessibility. We also considered the […]

Oregon Native Languages ​​Institute Cele

This story originally appeared on Highlighted news. Decades of government policies to forcibly assimilate Native Americans, guided by the notion of “kill the Indian and save the man,” have included generations of Native children torn from their families and placed in boarding schools, where to speak their language was forbidden. The cumulative result has been […]

Dropped education reform bill looms larg...

The current elections for school trustees in Manitoba would not take place if the provincial government’s proposed education reform bill had been passed. And although the province ultimately backed down from public outcry over Bill 64, which would have eliminated all English-language school boards and replaced them with a central school authority, people who show […]

China launches long-range airstrike dril...

The Chinese military’s Eastern Theater Command said around noon local time on Sunday that it had conducted live-fire drills in the waters and airspace around Taiwan “as planned.” “The drills focused on joint ground strikes and long-range air strike capabilities,” the command said in a statement posted on its official account on the Weibo social […]

Frank Pagel | Obituaries | victoriaadv...

Frank Pagel TIVOLI — Frank Pagel, 89, of Tivoli died July 25, 2022. He was born September 25, 1932 in Refugio County near Tivoli to Gus and Elenora Stanzel Pagel on the family farm purchased in 1907 by his grandparents , Ernest and Anna. Call Pagel. He graduated from Austwell-Tivoli High School in 1949 at […]

Launch of a pilot project for primary ed...

Ranchi: The state education department has introduced a new learning system called “Mother Tongue Based Multilingual Education (MTBMLE)’ as a pilot project for some primary school students in grades I-V who are studying in public schools.Students will learn in their local languages ​​including Ho, Santhali, Kurukh, Mundari and Khariya. The Jharkhand Education Project Council developed […]

The HSC student who studies four differe...

Face masks will be strongly encouraged but not required during assessments. Hand sanitizer, alcohol wipes and masks will be made available to students. About 76,000 students are working to complete their HSC program this year, and languages ​​are the first of 126 courses to be reviewed. “Learning a second language is an invaluable experience and […]

The TPS Implicit Bias Training audio was...

Audio from an implicit bias training session deemed to be in violation of a state law designed to limit instruction on race and gender is a recording of a male voice verbatim reading a text to from a visual presentation. A review of a copy obtained by the Tulsa World on Friday night shows that […]

Esgenoôpetitj’s first language camp imme

Karen Somerville of Esgenoôpetitj was teaching a table of children how to string moose hide through a wooden drum frame when a child began rhythmically clapping her hands on the table. Soon they were all joining us, small voices filling the room, singing in Mi’kmaw as they stretched wet moose hides over the drum frames. […]

Teacher and student reunited for the fir...

Elaine Wexman and Rose Glassberg saw each other for the first time since graduating from 12th grade at a Lions Gate reunion on August 2. Wexman graduated from Germantown High School in Philadelphia, where Glassberg taught for 11 years. The latter was Wexman’s 12th grade English teacher and unknowingly inspired Wexman to join the estate. […]

The summer camp brings together Latino S...

Sixteen children were lined up on a stage in Northgate Park, the boys sporting straw hats and white button-up shirts while the girls danced in floral skirts and huipiles, embroidered blouses. In two lines, the groups staggered back and forth, waving colorful bandanas reflecting the rippling movements of an iguana as dozens of parents cheered […]

SBU seniors explore international journa...

August 05, 2022 By Tyler Carro, ’22 Two senior journalism students from St. Bonaventure University have completed their fourth week of internship at Positano News in Piano di Sorrento, Italy. Marnique Olivieri-Panepento and Elizabeth Egan received their internship at the Sant’Anna Institute, where they and 11 other Bonaventure students are taking classes this summer as […]

UT Dallas helps children with hearing lo...

Camp children laugh and scream as they run through an inflatable yellow and green obstacle course. Across the court, others play with hoops and bubbles while a game of duck-duck-goose is nearby. These kids don’t just play garden games. The activities are part of therapies designed to develop their listening, speaking and language skills. Each […]

Elon University / Today in Elon / “Big A

One hundred and sixty-eight students — more than half of whom moved to North Carolina for their legal education — make up one of the largest and most diverse incoming classes ever created for Elon University Law School. More than half of the class of 2024 moved to North Carolina to attend law school, a […]

China launches secret, reusable test spa...

HELSINKI — China sent a highly classified experimental reusable spacecraft into orbit on Thursday, two years after a similar clandestine mission. A Long March 2F rocket lifted off from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in the Gobi Desert on August 4, sending a “reusable test space” into low Earth orbit, according to Chinese media Xinhua […]

LinkedIn Learning’s 20 Most Popular Cour

Millions of people are taking online courses this year to improve their goal-setting, communication and technical skills, according to LinkedIn Learning, which recently released its top 20 most popular courses from 2022 until now. The e-learning platform says some 7.3 million people have logged into the site’s top classes, almost double the audience during the […]

Teachers in England ‘fear they miss sign

Teachers in England who feel overwhelmed by pandemic catch-up and curriculum demands fear they will miss signs of far-right radicalization in classrooms and lack training to effectively challenge extremist views among pupils. Swastikas scribbled on a chemistry book, white power slogans daubed on exam papers, students quoting videos of far-right activist Tommy Robinson and hate […]

Handwriting a journal may seem old-fashi...

(The Conversation is an independent, nonprofit source of news, analysis, and commentary from academic experts.) (THE CONVERSATION) When I first taught a college course called “The London Diary” for young Americans studying abroad in 2002, each student ended up with a tangible book of memories, a handwritten record of his semester in London. But when […]

Months after the start of the war, Ukrai...

Comment this story Comment PRAGUE — Liudmyla Chudyjovych had a career as a lawyer in Ukraine and big plans for the future. That was before the Russian invasion forced the 41-year-old to put her daughter’s safety first and leave her job and home behind. Since fleeing the town of Stryj in western Ukraine in May, […]

Protecting Women’s Rights in China

Authors: Kailing Xie, University of Birmingham and Ying Huang, University of York Between December 24, 2021 and January 22, 2022, China’s Law on the Protection of Women’s Rights and Interests was opened to the public to propose amendments. This is the third round of proposed amendments since the law was passed in 1992. During that […]

Husband and Wife Linguists Produce Goldf...

Goldfields first Native-English language dictionary was published after 16 years of development. Key points: The dictionary uses the Cundeelee Wangka language, a dialect of Pitjantjatjarra It contains 3,500 words A second edition is already in development and will include an additional 8,000 words The Cundeelee Wangka-English dictionary is the first time that any of the […]

Art provides a lens for studying war, an...

In her presentation to Weiss’ class, Yavorska-Antrobius touched on important points and figures in Ukrainian history to explain that the issues behind the war have existed for centuries. She also showed current artwork illustrating and dealing with the invasion, such as photos, posters and cartoons that anonymous artists surreptitiously make and share in war-torn areas […]

Language Learning Apps Market Size | Gr...

The Global Language learning apps market The study provides a comprehensive examination of the market throughout the projection quantity. The study covers an extension of sections along with the associated analysis of events and factors that are likely to play an important long-term role. These elements, called market dynamics, encompass the drivers, restraints, options, and […]

China English Training Market to Registe...

Market driver: the increased private investment in online English training providers is driving the growth of the market. The popularity of English continues to grow China. As a result, investments in online education companies are increasing in the country. For example, in January 2020EdtechX Holdings Acquisition Corp. merged with Meten Education in China to form […]

New Online Japanese Language School Clas...

Reach Online Japanese Language School Logo Attain Online Japanese Language School Fall Semester Online Information Session Achieving Online Japanese Language School Fall Semester Enrollment Additional class time will be in the evenings after work and school in the European region, an expansion of Japanese language learners in Europe is to be expected. CHIYODA, TOKYO, JAPAN, […]

Secondary School at Home: Strategies and...

Homeschooling during the high school years can seem like a daunting proposition for many parents. Nicki Truesdell, author of “Everyone can homeschool, overcome barriers to homeschooling” and a veteran homeschool mom of five from Texas, wants parents to know that it doesn’t have to be scary and, in fact, your child can even graduate early […]

Toranomon Language School offers an inno...

Experts create a real-world method to build confidence, business skills and cultural understanding TOKYO, August 03, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Toranomon Language School (TLS) helps students overcome two key challenges to becoming bilingual with an innovative approach that also expands their networks, develops professional skills and breaks down cultural barriers. This press release is multimedia. See the full […]

The Institute of Islamic Development Ban...

Download logo The Islamic Development Bank Institute (IsDBI) (https://IsDBInstitute.org/) offers its first Arabic online course on introducing the concept of transforming conventional banks to operate in accordance with Islamic Sharia by presenting all the practical and applied aspects of the transformation process. This course is the first of its kind designed for capacity building to […]

Chinese sailors forced out of UK after w...

Chinese sailors with British wives and children were ‘forced’ onto boats leaving Liverpool after World War II as part of a ‘racially-based’ secret government scheme, the Home Office has admitted . After responding to calls to serve in the British Merchant Navy during the Battle of the Atlantic, around 2,000 Chinese sailors remained in Liverpool […]

Laurinda Steps In: “Private School Cultu

ALice Pung’s young adult novel, Laurinda, opens with a simple epigraph: “Life is nothing but high school. This quote, from American writer Kurt Vonnegut, distills a truth that confronts us: the things that happen to us in adolescence can, and often do, follow us throughout our lives. The Melbourne Theater Company’s adaptation of Laurinda, co-written […]

Urban youth learn the universal language...

For a brief moment on Friday, UMass Dartmouth The Claire T. Carney Library was a model for the future of the South Coast. Inside the hall were windmills, greenhouses and self-driving robots used by some of the brightest young minds in the area, all as part of the university. STEAM Your Way 2 College Summer […]

End of the 36th UM Portuguese language s...

MACAU, August 1 – 36e The Portuguese language summer course, organized by the Portuguese Department of the Faculty of Letters and Human Sciences of the University of Macau (UM), has ended successfully. In line with the SAR government’s efforts to prevent and control the epidemic, this year’s summer school was held online and attracted 152 […]

Live update: Italian government bonds ra...

This week, the Conservative leadership race caravan is moving from parliament to members across the country. Ballots are expected to land on the doormats of 150,000 Conservative Party members in the coming days, while runners-up Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak face off in another televised debate on Sky News on Thursday at 8pm. But have […]

Pearson expects education demand to hedg...

Pearson said he expected demand for his courses and textbooks to outweigh headwinds in the global economy as a digital shift in the FTSE 100 group showed signs of wearing his fruit, pushing its shares up 7%. The group said on Monday it expects its full-year margins to hit a mid-teens target next year, two […]

New hope for learning Indonesian in Aust...

Mukhamad Najib (The Jakarta Post) PRIME Canberra ● Mon 1 Aug 2022 “If you talk to a man in a language he understands, it goes to his head. If you speak to him in his language, it touches his heart. – Nelson Mandela Indonesian language learning in Australia could not have asked for a bigger […]

House appropriator discusses space prior...

WASHINGTON — A key House member laid out his priorities for NASA and the civilian space activities he says are necessary to participate in a new “space race” with China. Speaking at the International Conference on Space Station Research and Development on July 27, Rep. Robert Aderholt (R-Ala.) explained how he thinks NASA, working with […]

Jeep withdraws from China and accuses th...

Jeep has faced increasing interference from Chinese politicians in the country and has therefore decided to close its only manufacturing unit in China, Autoblog studies. According to the CEO of Stellantis in an interview with Bloomberg TV, the automaker is following an “asset-light” strategy within the country due to fears that escalating political tensions could […]

Oklahoma school board downgrades Tulsa p...

Comment this story Comment The Oklahoma State Board of Education voted this week to downgrade the accreditation of Tulsa public schools after a teacher allegedly complained that the school district’s training materials “shame white people.” . The board voted 4-2 to lower the status of Tulsa Public Schools to “accredited with warning” on Thursday after […]

Journey House strives to empower Milwauk...

MILWAUKEE — Cherise Myers spent much of July preparing for Journey House’s back-to-school supply drive to help students start the year with the right essentials. What do you want to know Journey House was founded in Milwaukee in 1969 The non-profit organization helps with adult education, youth athletics and leadership, workforce development and family engagement […]

Wai Lana Drops Music Video For “River Of

After watching “River of Forgiveness,” it will become clear how the message of forgiveness connects perfectly with a day centered around reconciliation and finding solace in our close friendships. Press release – Jul 30, 2022 11:34 AM PDT SAN FRANCISCO, July 30, 2022 (Newswire.com) – Wai Lana’s new music video Forgiveness River pays homage to […]

Learning to live with a broken heartbeat

I first learned to fear my heart on the slopes of an active volcano. I was visiting Costa Rica with a college class and a local doctor. Near a sign warning of unexpected eruptions, I felt a series of erratic throbs float through my chest. I was more curious than worried, but when I mentioned […]

VOX POPULI: Was the gift of ancient Chin...

The Golden Seal of the King of Na, a national treasure that Japanese schoolchildren find in history textbooks, dates from the first century. Having heard of a successful attempt to reproduce this seal with techniques employed at the time, I went to see the result at Fukuoka Prefectural High School. It was tiny but surprisingly […]

The Untold Truth of Ben Kingsley

Ben Kingsley wasn’t always Ben Kingsley. Born to a father of Ismaili and Indian Gujarati descent (by The Radio Times), and of an English and Russian Jewish mother, he was given the name Krishna Bhanji (traveler boy). However, he chose to change his name to gain more recognition in the English-speaking acting community. In an […]

Healthy HipHop program helps educate tea...

Roy Scott has brought his own twist to the world’s most influential musical genre by creating a positive learning experience for children. ATLANTA — It’s something that connects people around the world: hip-hop music. The beats are catchy and the rhythm is contagious. But it’s the words behind the music that are influential. Musician turned […]

As US defends Ukraine at UN, China warns...

UNITED NATIONS, July 29 (Reuters) – China on Friday accused the United States of double standards at the United Nations for challenging Beijing’s sovereignty over Taiwan, while insisting on the principle of Ukraine’s sovereignty after the invasion of Russian forces. A day after Chinese leader Xi Jinping warned US President Joe Biden in a phone […]

Candidates endorsed by MSEA advance to g...

And other legislative updates in this month’s Up the Street Educators rallied and secured the vote for Wes Moore ahead of the primary. THIS MONTH IN ANNAPOLIS MSEA-recommended candidates sweep primary races across the state While some votes are still being counted, it’s clear that at least 84% of MSEA-endorsed candidates were victorious in the […]

Japan and UNICEF provide education table...

CITY OF TACLOBAN, July 28, 2022 – The Government of Japan and UNICEF Philippines donated 400 educational tablets containing digital learning materials in selected native languages ​​of Eastern Visayas to support at least 800 learners in Samar and Norther Samar classified as non-readers and readers in difficulty. As young children learn more effectively in their […]

The Cronkite School takes top honors at ...

ASU’s Cronkite School placed third overall in the prestigious Hearst Journalism Awards program and placed in the top five in the writing, photojournalism, and television categories. The Hearst Journalism Awards, often called the Pulitzers of College Journalism, hold monthly competitions for writing, audio, television, photojournalism, and multimedia reporting, culminating in a national championship in those […]

Wine education program opens doors for v...

Producing wine is hard work. Every step – from planting and harvesting the grapes to barreling and aging the fruit and bottling the wine – requires specialized skills and knowledge. But many people who do this work only see one step at a time, and rarely get to enjoy the fruits of their labor. A […]

U of M Receives Funding from the U.S. De...

The University of Minnesota Center for Advanced Research in Language Acquisition (CARLA) has received its eighth round of funding from the U.S. Department of Education’s Title VI Language Resource Centers (LRC) program, totaling more than $750,000 over the next four years. The goal of the competitive Title VI LRC grant program is to establish, strengthen, […]

Latest news on the Russian-Ukrainian war...

Ukrainian soldiers in a bunker in the south of the country last week.Credit…Daniel Berehulak for The New York Times Ukraine on Thursday expressed a heightened sense of urgency over its looming counteroffensive in the south, saying Russia was rushing to bolster its forces in the region and taking further steps to cement its political grip […]

How a Compton Journalism Course Improves...

Photo courtesy of Kendra Hatchett Adrian, 10, interviews his summer teacher at Compton Unified. Photo courtesy of Kendra Hatchett Adrian, 10, interviews his summer teacher at Compton Unified. Elementary students in Kendra Hatchett’s summer class in Compton are used to being asked questions by adults. Teachers ask them questions in class and on tests; managers […]

Harlem Hosts Gun Safety Forum

BY MAL’AKIY 17 ALLAH Special for AmNews The upsurge in violence during the pandemic over the past two years has caused concern among many New York citizens. Because of this, the Fitness, Fuel and Fire outfit sponsored a very informative gun safety forum at the Adam Clayton Powell Jr. State Office Building in Harlem (163 […]

‘Redistricting on the table’ for Fairfie

FAIRFIELD — “The redistricting is on the table” in a new plan proposal for correcting a racial imbalance at McKinley Elementary School. On Tuesday evening, Acting Superintendent Stephen Tracy presented an updated version of the district’s plan to bring the McKinley Elementary School student population closer to the demographics of the district as a whole. […]

Shaheen applauds Senate passage of US Ch...

July 27, 2022 (Washington, DC) – US Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) – Chairman of the Trade, Justice, Science and Related Agencies Appropriations Subcommittee – released the following statement today after the Senate passed the Creation of useful incentives for the production of semiconductors (CHIPS) and science law of 2022. The landmark legislation expands US policy […]

Carleton graduate selected for Congress-...

The Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange (CBYX) has chosen Ava Chisholm ’22 as part of its 39th cohort of young professionals. Chisholm will spend 11 months in Germany learning German in addition to honing his skills in media production and radio broadcasting. “I found CBYX on ProFellow in the fall of my senior year and immediately started […]

Instructor-Led Language Training Market ...

New Jersey, United States, – The global instructor-led language training market is thoroughly researched and analyzed in reports to help market players improve their business tactics and ensure their long-term success. The report authors have used easy-to-understand language and simple statistical images but provided comprehensive information and detailed data on the global Instructor-Led Language Training […]

Cambridge, Oxford and Manchester reveale...

Studying is a big part of what it takes to become a full fledged linguaphile, but the other, often overlooked part is practicing our language skills regularly. It is claimed that without the possibility of using a language on a regular basis, one can forget what one has learned. Based on the world’s most spoken […]

Rowdies at Language School, Homeless Upd...

By Geoff Page Rowdies Language School The Midway area certainly has its share of problems, with homelessness being the biggest. At the regular monthly meeting of the Midway-Pacific Highway Community Planning Group on Wednesday, July 20, another less publicized issue was discussed: the rowdiness at the EF International Language School on Kenyon Street. The discussion […]

Diana Kennedy’s complicated relationship

Diana Kennedy slumped into a dimpled leather chair at the Emma Hotel in San Antonio, leaned over her glass of scotch, and told me that the real enemy of every writer is mediocrity. It was 2019, when she was 96, and decades of extensive culinary research had made her a leading authority on Mexican cuisine […]

Novakid announces healthy growth in 1H20...

Get instant alerts when news breaks on your stocks. Claim your one week free trial for StreetInsider Premium here. SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Novakid, Europe’s leading online English platform for children and an established EdTech company reinventing English as a Second Language (ESL) learning, has strengthened its presence in Asia-Pacific and delivered 2.8 million courses in the […]

Obituary: David Rentz – Portland Press H

David Rentz David Rentz 1940 – 2022 NORTH ANDOVER, Mass. David Rentz died on July 17, 2022 at the age of 82, surrounded by his family in North Andover, Mass. David was born in 1940 in Detroit, Mich. and grew up in Lakeview, Mich. He studied for two years at the University of Detroit before […]

Caribbean teachers honored with FLAG Awa...

Trinidadian descendants Joshua Modeste of The Urban Assembly School for Global Commerce in Harlem and Persephone DaCosta of Khalil Gibran International Academy in Brooklyn were recently honored with the FLAG Award for Teaching Excellence, founded by Glenn and Amanda Fuhrman. The award recognizes and celebrates extraordinary public school teachers who inspire learning through creativity, passion […]

Taiwan plans reported by Pelosi spark hi...

Advertising Representative Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, is at the center of a diplomatic storm amid reports that she plans to visit Taiwan next month. The Financial Times reported that Pelosi planned to visit Taiwan in August, making up for a trip in April that had to be canceled when […]

Former Nanaimo Elementary School Becomes...

A former elementary school in Cedar will see new life as a language learning center for learners of the Hul’q’umi’num language. On Thursday, July 21, Snuneymuxw First Nation, in partnership with Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools, officially opened the Snuneymuxw Learning Academy on the former site of Woodbank Elementary School. In 2018, it was announced that […]

After months of delay, BC researcher get...

After spending nearly six months trying to obtain it, Vancouver-based Chinese researcher Guldana Salimjan has received the Canadian travel document that will allow her to continue her research in the United States and reunite with her husband. It comes two weeks after CBC reported delays in the processing of his application by Immigration, Refugees and […]

Pope set to issue historic apology for a...

Thousands of Indigenous people converged on the small Alberta community of Maskwacis on Monday to hear Pope Francis’ long-awaited apology for generations of abuse and cultural suppression at Catholic boarding schools across Canada. François was to arrive in the middle of the morning on the site of the former Ermineskin Indian boarding school, now largely […]

EdTech Monday will focus on spreading co...

Students at Rwanda Coding Academy The July 25, 2022 episode of EdTech Monday radio will focus its discussion on the development of coding skills in the Rwandan education system. The episode under the theme “Coding For Learners In Rwanda” will be broadcast tonight on KT radio (96.7fm) from 6 p.m. and will also be broadcast […]

Analysis of the Language Learning Platfo...

Global language learning platform market from 2022 to 2028 is the title of MarketsandResearch.biz current market research, assessment of market prospects and growth opportunities. This research aims to provide background information on the global Language Learning Platforms market competition, general market trends, market potential, YOY growth and other relevant data. Throughout the projection period, this […]

Investors bet on takeover of China’s edu

President Xi Jinping’s education reforms last year erased 90% of the value of China’s largest private-sector education company, New York-listed New Oriental Education, undoing decades of hard work. its founder Yu Minhong. When Yu swore to rise again, few expected the godfather of modern Chinese private education to turn to hawking steaks, books and lipstick […]

Joplin School Board to review turf propo...

The Joplin School Board will consider a proposal from the athletics program on Tuesday to replace the artificial turf on the Joplin High School softball field. Administrators will recommend that the project be completed by Mid-America Sports Construction for $355,151. Mid-America submitted the lower of two bids for the project, according to board documents. The […]

The Forgotten Mutiny for Indian Independ...

Mon Jul 25 2022 12:00 AM Last updated on: Mon Jul 25 2022 12:00 AM A sailor arrested after the naval mutiny. “> A sailor arrested after the naval mutiny. One of the most important but underestimated events of India’s independence movement was the naval revolt of 1946, about which Indian historian Sumit Sarker wrote: […]

‘Parentese’ really is a lingua franca, a

We’ve all seen it, we’ve all cracked up on it, we’ve all done it ourselves: talk to a baby like it’s, you know, a baby. “Ooo, hello baby! you say, your voice singing like that of a very accommodating Walmart employee. Baby is completely taken aback by your unintelligible chirp and shameless smile, but “baby […]

Chicago family creates sanctuaries for m...

CHICAGO — More than a dozen images of butterflies adorn the facade of Claudia Galeno-Sanchez’s home in the Pilsen neighborhood. There are monarch butterflies spreading their wings and many other colorful butterflies dotted in between. The small house stands out from the tall buildings on the block. It’s filled with milkweed plants and other flowers […]

The University of Oslo hopes to become a...

Stockholm, July 23 (CNA) The Department of Cultural Studies and Oriental Languages ​​(IKOS) at the Norwegian University of Oslo has announced that it will offer many Taiwan-related seminar courses between 2023 and 2025, in the hope to become the Taiwanese research center. studies in Northern Europe. IKOS announced that starting in January 2023, the department […]

Premieres, Soloists, Masterpieces, Films...

A wealth of opportunities will be available to the public as the Philadelphia Orchestra returns for its traditional three-week residency at the Saratoga Performing Arts Heart from July 27 through Wednesday, August 13. Not only several premieres and two films, world-renowned soloists and conventional masterpieces, but also debuts of instrumentalists, singers and even conductor. “This […]

As war rages in Ukraine and China challe...

Ukraine’s brave defenders are hailed as fighting not just for their homeland, but for a way of life. It is a fight, we are told, for us. In this story, Ukraine is at ground zero in the battle for the 21st century. What US President Joe Biden presented as a competition between autocracy and democracy. […]

Memrise’s language-learning courses leav

Rita El Khoury / Android Authority I grew up a trilingual person, speaking Arabic natively, French almost natively, and English since I was eight years old. I was quite happy with this versatile knowledge until I met my husband and he started teaching me some basic Spanish as well. I spent a few months analyzing […]

Kansas high school students can apply fo...

A new grant from the US Russia Foundation will fund free online Russian lessons for Kansas high school students. Ani Kokobobo, a researcher at the University of Kansas, says the ongoing war in Ukraine is one reason the classes are needed. High school students who enroll will learn the basics of the Russian language but […]

The Casiano exhibition will start soon

A new exhibit filled with unique portraits by Batesville-based artist Eliseo Casiano opens Aug. 4 at the Arts & Science Center for Southeast Arkansas. The ASC will be hosting a free walk-in reception from 5-7 p.m. on August 4 to celebrate the opening of Color, Faces, People. The exhibit will be on view at the […]