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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 […]

Pupils in government schools will learn ...

Ranchi: Students in grades VI-VIII in public schools will be able to learn German starting Aug. 1, officials said Thursday. The state education department has partnered with a German language center in Patna and the initiative will be implemented as a pilot project in 15 schools.Kiran Pasi, director of the Jharkhand Education Project Council, said: […]

Growing calls for newly appointed San Fr...

SF school board member apologizes A member of the SF school board apologizes for what she said about black families in the questionnaire. SAN FRANCISCO – The San Francisco Labor Council is the latest group to call for Ann Hsu’s resignation, following the school board member’s racist response to the questionnaire disparaging black and brown […]

Support continues for Hong Kongers build...

Over 40 national and regional organizations will share £3m to deliver projects £3.6million more for Welcome Hubs across the UK Ongoing money for the English language in England Holders of Hong Kong British National (Overseas) (BN(O)) status building a new life in the UK will continue to receive vital support after the government confirmed today […]

RR’s Todorovic is a finalist for ND Teac

An English teacher from Grand Forks Red River High School is among four finalists for North Dakota’s 2023 Teacher of the Year award. Ivona Todorovic teaches students whose first language is not English. In April, she was named Grand Forks County Teacher of the Year. The other state finalists are Abby Dubord, a first-grade teacher […]

Maryland today | How AI support could c...

Think of a teacher who inspired you, made you think in new ways, or even made you want to do your algebra homework. There was probably more to their influence than just being a great person, like how they listened carefully to what students were saying in class and incorporated that into their lesson to […]

Virtual Intensive Study in China Sparks ...

CHENGDU, China, July 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — When the Mandarin Excellence Program’s (MEP) two-week virtual study trip to China drew the curtain on July 15thmore than 1,500 high school students from 64 schools across England had completed Chinese language and Chinese culture online summer camp under four themes of panda zoo, sports and modern life, […]

Commentary: Schools are the “hubs and he

Food deserts. Poor housing conditions. Lack of community investment.These challenges don’t always come to mind when people think about how to improve America’s public schools.But when my colleagues and I studied the 21st Century School Buildings Program, a $1.1 billion school building and renovation initiative in Baltimore, these were the kinds of issues that staff […]

Twenty-nine K-12 educators participate i...

Margaret Boyle (standing) with some of the visiting educators at the Bowdoin College Museum of Art Pearce is the Curriculum and Instruction Coordinator for Federal Programs at Rio Rancho Public Schools, where she supports English Language Development Coordinators and World Language Teachers in her district, which is just outside of Albuquerque. She was one of […]

Students win Boren awards for their lang...

Two Middlebury Institute students will receive Boren Fellowships, which provide up to $25,000 in scholarships for graduate students to learn “less commonly taught languages ​​in areas of the world critical to American interests” and conduct security-related research national. Joint MPA and MA student in International Education Management, Jordyn Dezago, will take intensive Mandarin lessons in […]

MSU College of Education Partners with S...

July 21, 2022 The Ernst and Sara Lane Volgenau College of Education at Morehead State University has developed an unexpected partnership with a tribal school in Waubay, South Dakota, which has resulted in a mutually beneficial relationship for students at both institutions. Enemy Swim Day School, a […]

Art on the Border will include handmade ...

Nancy McGraw, owner of Just for Pearls by Dumas, is thrilled to be back at Art on the Border after the Classic Charitable Foundation took a pandemic hiatus. McGraw said artists only need to know a little about the show and the sale to want to participate. “Fort Smith is a fantastic town,” she said. […]

School board nears decision to issue dis...

Relatively optimistic administrators [  By Kendra Walker  ] On Monday, July 18, the Gunnison Watershed School District Board of Trustees reviewed and discussed details of a potential November Ballot Bond Issue that would help fund building improvements throughout the district. The total cost of the project is $101,000,274, for a bond issue of about $89 […]

Japanese Language School Finally Holds 1...

YAMATOTAKADA, Nara — The Japanese International School of Nara, which was established in this western Japanese city in 2020 but had to be closed due to coronavirus-related border restrictions, held its first entrance ceremony on July 18. The ceremony was attended by 48 freshmen who came to Japan around May after the easing of limited […]

Self-defense training gets these women o...

“], “filter”: { “nextExceptions”: “img, blockquote, div”, “nextContainsExceptions”: “img, blockquote”} }”> Get full access to Outside Learn, our online education center with in-depth fitness, nutrition and adventure lessons and over 2,000 instructional videos when you sign up for Outside+ >”,”name”:”in -content-cta”,”type”:”link”}}”>Join Outside+ today. We all remember the first time we felt truly free outdoors. For […]

Spanish-speaking journalists translate t...

According to recent data from the Census Bureau, half of Uvalde County residents age five or older speak a language other than English at home. UVALDE, Texas — On Sunday, the Texas House committee investigating the Uvalde school shooting released a 77-page report detailing what happened at Robb Elementary School on May 24. Now, language […]

Online Language Learning Market Size, Sc...

New Jersey, United States – The Online language learning market research guides new entrants to obtain accurate market data and communicates with customers to learn about their needs and preferences. He identifies direct business opportunities and helps bring new products to market. It identifies opportunities in the market. It aims to make changes in the […]

Westfield’s extended summer special educ

WESTFIELD — Extended school year classes for special education students are underway at three locations through the end of July, said Fort Meadow Superintendent Jonathan Scagel, who oversees the program at the early childhood center. Fort Meadow childhood, Westfield Middle School and Central Baptist Church. Scagel said the programs, which are available to some students […]

This denial of tenure should make us que...

The following is a guest contribution and reflects the views of the author only. For more information on how to submit to the Opinion section, click here. Many students may not know Professor Erin Y. Huang, but we consider her one of the best instructors at Princeton University. Huang is an assistant professor in the […]

UH Group’s Will to Perpetuate ʻōlelo Haw

The Tuahine Troupe is made up of students, alumni, and teachers of the Kawaihuelani Center for Hawaiian Language. A 22-member traditional Hawaiian music group born from Kawaihuelani Center for the Hawaiian Language (KCHL) at the University of Hawaii in Mānoa opens the way to perpetuate Hawaii’s native language. Fresh off the recording of his very […]

New ties forged with Turkey during speci...

Drogheda had the honor of being the first port of call outside Dublin for the Turkish ambassador, when he paid a whirlwind visit to the city on Monday. His Excellency Mr. Mehmet Hakan Olcay was appointed to the post earlier in 2021, however, due to COVID restrictions and other duties, has been unable to travel […]

Books in translation: Three tales evokin...

The idea of ​​anti-colonial translation—choosing works and approaches to those works that resist or examine the effects of empire—has gained influence among English-language translators and publishers. This is a godsend for English-speaking readers. Consider three books – none of which are from the same continent and which not only were written in French but also […]

New Director of Cooperative Extension Ap...

Thomas L. Dyson has been appointed Catawba County Cooperative Extension Manager, effective Monday, July 18. Dyson comes to Catawba County from the Lincoln County Cooperative Extension, where he has served as extension director since 2014. Catawba County Cooperative Extension is a research-based educational outreach organization affiliated with NC State University. Aimed at empowering communities, Catawba […]

Biggest Innovation in Online Language Le...

The Global Online language learning in business Market: 2022 was recently released by the Mr Accuracy Reports. The report offers a tip on the Online language learning market for businesseswhich helps business strategists make the best investment assessment. The Corporate Online Language Learning Market industry report includes details of historical analysis of the Corporate Online […]

CCSD votes in favor of school board poli...

CHARLESTON COUNTY, SC (WCBD) – The Charleston County School District (CCSD) will conduct a policy review of its board over the next six months. The CCSD announced the decision in a vote on Monday, passing the 5-4 motion to revise 11 sections A and C through L of the policy. “This is a connection to […]

Mayor’s office takes on hands-on role wi

Documents obtained by Mission Local show that the mayor’s office oversees the finer details of new district attorney Brooke Jenkins’ office life. The mayor’s office responded to Jenkins’ press inquiries and sent out his announcements to the media. He also provided the district attorney’s spokeswoman with the text of Jenkins’ […]

TCU assert tribal sovereignty as Supreme...

Dine CollegeTribal Colleges and Universities (TCU), first established in 1968, were established with a mission: to advance Native Americans while helping to preserve their languages, cultures, and right to self-determination. In short, TCUs support and educate on issues of tribal sovereignty, the ability of each tribal nation to govern and represent itself. But the June […]

ACFA-Cashflow Explained How Language Acq...

Learning English may be difficult for non-native speakers, especially youngsters who must do so. Voss was adjusting to life in a new country and continuing their education in other disciplines. Nonetheless, education experts assert that children may make significant strides when parents and teachers work together to facilitate language development, particularly during adolescence. “Everyone needs […]

Connect with cultures through foreign la...

Fluency in another language is a vital skill in today’s diverse world. Learning a new language is a great way to introduce new ways of thinking while boosting someone’s career potential. Whether a student wants to continue learning a foreign language or learn a whole new language, JCCC offers convenient, flexible and affordable course options. […]

Log4j Software Flaw ‘Endemic’, According

New You can now listen to the Insurance Journal articles! A computer vulnerability discovered last year in ubiquitous software is an “endemic” problem that will pose security risks for potentially a decade or more, according to a new cybersecurity panel created by President Joe Biden. The Cyber ​​Safety Review Board said in an April 14 […]

Incoming Minister: We should start offer...

Lukas recognized that teachers who are constantly overworked need a break as well as extra motivation. “And they would like to see that their profession is valued,” he said on Vikerraadio’s morning show. “In the future, we could look at a year or a semester off, like in universities, in a certain amount of time, […]

A love of Latin far from grammar | Lett...

A radical new Latin coursebook is indeed a rare notice – even rarer that it survives into a fifth edition after 50 years of exposure to the rigors of the classroom. Your award for the Cambridge Latin Course (British School Latin Course revised to reflect the diversity of the Roman world, July 10) allows me […]

Wandi was asked to have double eyelid su...

After graduating from high school, Wandi Cao’s mother got a tip about her appearance. Key points: Recent controversies have swirled over some Chinese models due to the shape of their eyes Critics say ads are a caricature or adhere to a Western view Chinese government has urged TV companies to promote ‘correct aesthetics’ “My mother […]

Portland-area summer learning programs a...

With summer programs for high school students in full swing across the metro area, many school districts have shifted focus to try to spark curiosity and inspire students who have fallen behind to pursue a passion. for learning. In the North Clackamas, Beaverton, and Portland school districts in particular, there are many opportunities to explore […]

Editorial: No Way Forward for K-12

A 50% increase in K-12 English and math scores by the 2025-26 school year may seem like a stretch, until you realize where New Mexico is starting from. At last count, before the pandemic, only one in five NM students mastered math and one in three mastered reading. If these numbers were still accurate – […]

Delhi: 3 detained for collaborating with...

Three people have been arrested for allegedly working with a China-based gang to extort money from people under the guise of providing short-term loans. DCP (external) Sameer Sharma said the defendants were identified as Ravi Kumar Pankaj (28), Javed Raza Ansari (30) and Vikas Yadav (19). He said: “On June 22, a woman filed a […]

The Cambodian troupe returns to the stag...

LOWELL – After a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, during which a whole host of scheduled events were cancelled, the Angkor dance troupe will soon return to the stage for two performances as she is celebrating 35 years of traditional Cambodian arts in Lowell. Despite the long hiatus, the 50-member troupe continued to […]

DHD: Sharing stories of IMB mission work

Cheers! This week’s DHD focuses on international missions. The International Mission Council (IMB) is the primary entity that Southern Baptists support for missionary work outside the United States. The Baptist messenger regularly receives articles about IMB missionaries and their work to share the Gospel around the world. Here are six such articles that I think […]

An AI that solves math problems, transla...

The research in the area of ​​machine learning and AI, now a key technology in virtually every industry and business, is far too voluminous for anyone to read it all. This column, Perceptron, aims to bring together some of the most relevant recent discoveries and papers – particularly, but not limited to, artificial intelligence – […]

Uyghur poems from a Chinese prison

For many Uighurs, poetry is less a niche literary exercise than a vital part of daily life. Uyghur culture has become the target of Chinese government repression in the northwest province of Xinjiang, a persecution of Uyghurs and other ethnic minorities that the United States says amounts to genocide. Authorities destroyed Uyghur holy sites, censored […]

Unsung heroes: In Kodagu, a star athlete...

As sports fans around the world are hooked on the World Athletics Championships which kicked off in the United States, in Bengaluru, former Karnataka track and field athlete Ashwini Nachappa is solely focused on reviving activities from his sports academy in Kodagu after a “difficult two years”. Kodava by birth, Nachappa’s passion for athletics accelerated […]

RFA Ethanol Safety Training Programs Now...

The Renewable Fuels Association’s award-winning ethanol safety training program is now able to reach new audiences with the completion of Spanish versions of all materials, developed under the ALERT grant program from the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration. RFA works closely with TRANSCAER (a national outreach program to help communities prepare for and respond […]

Where Netflix’s Persuasion Went Wrong an

“Horrible,” “awkward and lifeless,” and “a hard sell” are just some of the ways critics have described the latest adaptation of Jane Austen’s 1817 novel “Persuasion.” Critics and Austen fans have widely criticized the film, which premieres July 15 on Netflix, for watering down Austen’s language and changing the characterization of its heroine, Anne Elliot, […]

Teachers’ union and city reach agreement

Boston Teachers Union President Jessica Tang and Mayor Michelle Wu announced this morning that they have reached an agreement on the union’s contract that will increase the number of so-called inclusion classrooms – teaching classrooms mainstream in which students with special needs are taught. The announcement, made at the American Federation of Teachers’ national rally […]

Op-Ed: Why I’m Helping Save Native Langu

The origin of my fascination with indigenous languages ​​goes back to a Finnish rock band that my brother listened to called HIM. When I, at 12, heard them being interviewed in Finnish, I found their speech strangely captivating. With a quick Google search, I came across a few basic phrases, and had fun trying to […]

Roshan Cultural Heritage Institute suppo...

The grant will fund a professorship in Iranian linguistics and graduate scholarships in Persian and Iranian studies. The Elahé Omidyar Mir-Djalali Chair of Iranian Linguistics will initially be held by linguistics professor Simin Karimi. A $2.5 million charitable grant to the University of Arizona Roshan Cultural Heritage Institute advance Persian and Iranian scholarships and support […]

Keahbone uses Native American resolve to...

Above: At the SBC annual meeting in June 2022, Mike Keahbone votes for the resolution he helped draft on religious freedom and forced conversions among Native Americans. BP file photo by Adam Covington ANADARKO (BP)—Mike Keahbone, pastor of Lawton, First, not only played a crucial role in writing a resolution denouncing the forced conversion of […]

Things to do in the Hamptons this week: ...

Get outside and stroll through the Hamptons to enjoy fun and exciting events and life-enriching activities this week, July 14-19, 2022. You can find more things to do this season with our Summer 2022 Calendar: Must-See Hamptons & North Fork events. HAMPTONS LIVE SHOWS Mike Birbiglia liveThursday to Saturday, July 14 to 16 Comedian, storyteller, […]

DMACC Celebrates Largest Ever High Schoo...

Crystal Beyers was a good student who loved math growing up in Jefferson. But her journey to graduating from high school came to an abrupt halt at age 16, when she left school to work two jobs and support her younger sister, who was pregnant and struggling with homelessness. “My mom basically told me I […]

Why were many SF hospitals once affiliat...

The French Benevolent Society established the first private hospital in San Francisco in 1851, known as the French Hospital. The Catholic Church sent a group of Irish nuns in 1854 who would eventually found the Sisters of Mercy, later known as St. Mary’s. Many immigrants to San Francisco have found comfort in receiving care that […]

Hardesty elected chairman of the State B...

CHARLESTON, W.VA. — The West Virginia Board of Education (WVBE) unanimously elected board member L. Paul Hardesty as president today at its monthly meeting. Hardesty, a Logan County resident, has a 30-year career in public service at the county and state level. Nancy White, board member, was elected vice-chair. Chairman Hardesty was appointed to the […]

Computer Science Professor Sues Univ. W...

Stuart Regès. (Photo UW) A University of Washington lecturer is suing university leaders over his free speech rights, claiming he was branded an ‘outcast’ for a statement he made about indigenous peoples in the north -western Pacific in the curriculum of a computer course. UW’s computer science department suggests that professors include an acknowledgment of […]

Projects aim to end waits for autism dia...

Months of lockdown have left a massive backlog of children who show the warning signs of autism, awaiting formal assessment for help. That’s why Megan Roberts hopes to move autism assessments out of doctor’s offices and into Zoom conferences, using staff who already regularly work with schools and early learning centers. In the process, she […]

Phillipa Soo on playing an Asian America...

Early in her career, actress Phillipa Soo was advised to change her name. Soo’s father is Chinese, his mother is white, and Soo was told his name “his[ed] too Asian,” she recalls. At the same time, industry professionals also said, “You don’t really look Chinese.” Soo didn’t change her name, and she continued to play […]

Red Sox 3B Devers trains with teammates ...

BOSTON (AP) — Red Sox star Rafael Devers works out with his teammates on and off the court. Born and raised in the Dominican Republic, the 25-year-old quickly rose through the minor ranks, becoming one of the game’s best hitters and brightest stars. He was voted the American League’s starting third baseman for the second […]

Instructure Shares Updates to the World’

New features and enhancements extend functionality and empower lifelong learners and non-traditional students SALT LAKE CITY, July 13, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Structure, the maker of Canvas, today announced enhancements to many of the solutions that make up the industry-leading Instructure learning platform, coinciding with its annual InstructureCon training event. Canvas LMS now serves as a […]

Sign language courses offered to the pub...

Sign language courses offered to the public The Sally J. Pimentel Deaf & Hard of Hearing Center will be offering weekly American Sign Language classes for beginners at various locations throughout Lee County. Fort Myers classes will begin Monday, August 20 at the Sally J. Pimentel Deaf & Hard of Hearing Center, located at 1860 […]

Power struggle with China and regional r...

When Anthony Albanese lands in Suva on Wednesday to attend his first Pacific Islands Forum, he will be heading to a regional meeting that looks good. While it was thought the forum would focus on China’s growing influence and as an opportunity for Australia to showcase its new climate credentials, Albanese will arrive in a […]

Ketchikan School Board Considers Nine Go...

The seal of the Ketchikan School District on display at the superintendent’s office. (KRBD file photo by Leila Kheiry) The Ketchikan School Board is expected to consider adopting its goals for the upcoming school year on Wednesday. A draft of the board’s priorities presents nine key points in three categories: education, trust and safety. Some […]

Niverville, Man. to address the labor s...

A Manitoba community is looking to attract more workers to fill a labor shortage, and to do so, the city council works to remove a potential barrier. Niverville Mayor Myron Dyck told Global News the city covers the cost of English lessons for potential new workers who may not be proficient enough in the language […]

“I only work 10 hours a week”

When I started my money and lifestyle blog Making sense of pennies in 2011, I had no idea what I was doing. I was a 22-year-old financial analyst making $40,000 a year and struggling to repay my student loans. But my debt was actually a big part of why I started blogging — I wanted […]

Maine is more diverse than many people r...

as we seek to provide assistance to Maine’s elderly population, diversity is certainly an important aspect to consider. We are now joined live by Community Services Manager MEREDITH Anderson, the Head of Diversity Equity and Inclusion Efforts and works at the agency’s South Zone Lead Agency on Aging ? I should say MEREDITH, first of […]

I moved to France without being able to ...

If you’ve ever been to France, you know it’s one of the friendliest, most open and welcoming countries in the world, especially for people who speak only English and not a word of the French language. Ah, I almost wrote that with a straight face. OK, maybe that’s a bit of an exaggeration. In fact, […]

Aslesen and Olson were sworn in for thre...

MITCHELL — Deb Olson and Terry Aslesen were sworn in as members of the Mitchell Board of Education on Monday night, both taking up a three-year term. Olson was also elected president of the Mitchell Board of Education and Brittni Flood was elected vice president during the board’s reorganization for the 2022-23 school year. The […]

After a decade of gains, Latino students...

register here for The 74’s daily newsletter. Donate here to support The 74’s independent journalism. After a decade of academic gains and marked increases in high school graduation and college attendance rates, Latino students suffered significant setbacks during the pandemic, as many attended underfunded schools and had access limited to internet at home, a new […]

Best Ways to Celebrate July 14 in the Bi...

From its founding fathers to its distinctive architecture, cuisine and laissez-faire attitude, New Orleans’ relationship with the beautiful France is both historical and ongoing. So, naturally, we take the opportunity to celebrate the French version of Independence Day, Bastille Day, this Thursday, July 14, with a lot of our own sense of joy of living. […]

Language Learning Platforms Market Size,...

New Jersey, United States,- The world Language Learning Platforms Market Market Research Intellect’s research contains all the market definitions, classifications, segments, applications, engagements, and market trends a user needs to succeed in the global language learning platform market. In order to define the definition, categorization, procedures, and market interactions for the Global Industry Language Learning […]

Exclusive: Myanmar junta deploys Chinese...

SINGAPORE, July 11 (Reuters) – Myanmar’s junta government is installing Chinese-made cameras with facial recognition capabilities in more cities across the country, three people with direct knowledge of the matter said. In the tenders for the purchase and installation of security cameras and facial recognition technology, the plans are described as safe city projects aimed […]

Canucks: Award pick Jonathan Lekkerimaki...

Breadcrumb Links Sports NHL Hockey The long road to achieving high expectations continues on Monday when the Canucks’ four-day development camp opens at UBC Publication date : Jul 10, 2022 • 38 minutes ago • 4 minute read • Join the conversation Jonathan Lekkerimaki poses for a portrait during the 2022 NHL Scouting Combine at […]

The United States Army’s first certified

An avid fighter, American aviation pioneer Frank P. Lahm became America’s first-ever military pilot after meeting the Wright brothers in 1907. Born November 17, 1887 in Mansfield, Ohio, Adelaide Way Purdy and Frank Samuel Lahm. He was the grandson of Ohio Congressman Samuel Lahm. Frank’s mother, died three years later during childbirth. His father had […]

Kiribati pulls out of Pacific Islands Fo...

The key Pacific diplomatic body has received a devastating blow on the eve of its first in-person meeting since the pandemic, as Kiribati announced it would withdraw from the Pacific Islands Forum (PIF). The Pacific has become a site of intense geostrategic competition, due to heightened Chinese interest, and Kiribati’s withdrawal will weaken the forum […]

You can learn a new language in these 4 ...

As an international student, it can be convenient for you to learn a new language. For instance, University of Chicago researchers have shown that thinking about your problems in a foreign language allows you to make more logical decisions because you don’t have a rich palette of words to cloud your thinking. When you learn […]

Over 11,000 new chefs expected by 2026 t...

Hideki Hayashi was not allowed to use a knife for three years during his chef training in Japan. Key points: Chefs have left Australia in droves as the pandemic hits The job has been added to the priority migration list More than 11,000 new chefs are expected to be employed by 2026 Working 15 hours […]

Could China’s COVID-zero approach usher

“In many ways, China is like a big version of the European Union,” says Lauren Johnston, associate professor at the Center for Chinese Studies at the University of Sydney. “And Beijing is an administrative center like Brussels. There are all these different languages, all these different people, all these different provinces. China is trying to […]

Tribal elders recall painful memories of...

ANADARKO, Okla. — Native American tribal elders who were once students at government-supported Indian boarding schools testified Saturday to the hardships they endured, including beatings, whippings, sexual assaults, forced haircuts and nicknames sore. They came from different states and different tribes, but they shared a common experience of having attended schools designed to strip indigenous […]