New school year, new leaders; familiar and serious challenges for L.A. Unified
The nation’s second-largest school system kicks off a fresh year Tuesday with dozens of first-time programs to spur student achievement and recapture enrollment. But not everything new at L.A. Unified was planned, including recent leadership turnover at the top. As for details of plans to deal...
America’s Education ‘Deserts' Show Limits of Relaxing Regulations on Colleges
The market for higher education is strongly local, with sparse options for many potential students, so merely giving them more information may not work.
Notice for 8339 teaching jobs at Kendriya Vidyalaya released, check details here
Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS) has issued a notified for recruiting 8339 Principal, TGT, PGT, PRT, Librarian and Vice-Principal posts.
How a Decades-Old Experiment Sparked a War Over the Future of Psychology
The Stanford Prison Experiment lasted just six days, and it took place 47 years ago. But it has shaped our fundamental understanding of human nature. Now many in the field are wondering: Should it have?
BYU grads help families struggling with infertility
Two BYU grads, Makayla and Braden Andrus, start their company Declan Roe with the objective to help families that struggle with infertility be able to afford IVF, adoption, and/or surrogacy. The post BYU grads help families struggling with infertility appeared first on The Daily Universe .
STEM majors way up, humanities down, among Washington college students, new data show
Students are continuing to flock to science, technology, engineering and math fields statewide in record numbers.
Watch with us: Tomorrow, state officials may approve a second for-profit private school in King County
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