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Education Chiefs Keen To Boost Technology Training

Anyone who has watched The Graduate will remember the advice that Dustin Hoffman’s character was given as he graduated“One word: plastics,” a neighbour tells him. “There’s a great future in plastics.” It will be that time of year again, as students get their results and have to decide what to do in the future. Rather than plastics a lot are ...

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A-Levels Result: More Pupils from Private Schools Making Straight-A*s

Trending today on the educational sector, the 2014 A-Levels result published a couple of days ago shows that more and more private school pupils are gaining straight-A*s. Private school pupils are expected to get their hopes high up this year at the top universities as the number of teens making straight A grades at A-Level examination soared tremendously this year. ...

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Education Chiefs Not Seeing Eye To Eye With Student Unions And The Labor Party When It Comes To Funding Of Tafes

The TAFE sector has warned both Labor and the Greens that they run the risk of being branded hypocrites if they prevent support reaching students at vocational colleges who are classed as low income. Concerns are being raised that the Senate is going to block the growth of Commonwealth subsidies that are going to students as part of budgets cuts. ...

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Is College Education Still Relevant Today?

The relative cost of completing a college degree nowadays has reached levels where it is not only considered too costly but also exceedingly expensive for most aspiring students and the cost becomes steeper depending on the course or degree program the student wants to complete. So for most incoming college students, qualifying for a student loan program either through federal ...

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Libraries in New York City Offering Free Language Courses

Residents are standing in line for many hours at the Bronx Library Center in order to take the center’s popular English as a second language courses designed for adults. About 3 million adults speak a language other than English in New York City. The service is free and open to all. The library does not ask any questions about a ...

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United States Census Department Released Annual Cost Per Student

The United States Census Department has released figures on which states spend the most on education and which states spend the least. Topping the list of states that spend the most is New York and Alaska. While the two spending the least are Utah and Idaho. Researchers thought there would be a positive correlation between the money that a state ...

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Obama Gave The Option Of Free Community Colleges!

President Obama will give the option of 2 years free education in a community college for the American civilians who are working. It is part of an effort from white house to make the community college for all people as the high schools are free for all people now days. Obama announced his option of community college in a video ...

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Resolutions Of New Year 2015: (Opinion)

Note by Editor: Ron Friedman is an author and also a known social psychologist. The opinions which are mentioned in the description are stated personally by the writer. Just do this imagination in your mind that on a schedule medical paper your doctor suddenly delivers shocking news: As a result your performance in the exam suddenly falls. Your interaction with ...

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Don’t Lose Your Eligibility To Apply For The Student Loan

According to the laws, if a student fails to maintain the passing CPA or he/she is taking it too long in order to complete the degree, then the federal financial aid will be terminated! This year, along with having concerns for the final exams, the students now will have something else also to worry about. And that is about the ...

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The Gender Gap in Education: Much worrying Sign!

The GCSE results awarded this year have showcased that there is a huge gap between the results of the boys and girls as compared to the earlier decade. It was discovered after a careful analysis and it has been released by “Save the Children” concerning the children and literacy. The claim is that the results are long lasting, as if ...

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Gender Gap In Education Worse That It Has Been For 10 Years

After careful analysis it has been discovered that the GCSE results awarded this year have shown that there is the biggest gap between the results of girls and boys than there has been for more than a decade. This is according to a report that has been released by Save the Children regarding children and literacy. The report claims that ...

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Education Chiefs Need To Rethink Funding, As Report Shows High Funding And Good Results Are Not Connected

After years of trying to bring down class sizes in the UK it is being announced that an increase will help the education budget. This comes as a result of international analysis that also insists that standards will not be affected. Recent research has shown that out of 30 countries the United Kingdom is currently ranked 11th for efficiency, and ...

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Purdue University Offering Three Years Communication Degree

College debts are something most Americans have to live with; since the day they’re born almost, students know they are going to be paying off student loans long after they graduate from college and nothing has changed that fact till now. Many universities are offering creative alternatives to help bring down the costs. And what student in the beginning of ...

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Teens Hates Low Grading In Their Exams

Teens are changing, their behavior is worsening; they are getting constantly annoyed, frequently starting an argument and sometimes getting very affected by their emotions. Teens are starting to let their grades fall and are letting themselves fall after them; they are crumbling apart all because of one reason. The school starts too early and teens are not able to get ...

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