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Free Online Spelling Competition Improves Students' Literacy Skills by 36 Percent

Free Online Spelling Competition Improves Students' Literacy Skills by 36 Percent

Students in the United States are invited to put their spelling skills to the test in Word Mania USA, the world’s biggest online literacy competition. Created by LiteracyPlanet, an award-winning English literacy (language arts) education program, Word Mania challenges students…

The Children's Personal Conduct Campaign Launches, Giving Children Character Building Lessons Through Taekwondo

The Children's Personal Conduct Campaign Launches, Giving Children Character Building Lessons Through Taekwondo

Families will have a new gift this holiday season. The Children's Personal Conduct campaign website - CPCTKD.org - has been launched by the Global Taekwondo Industry Research Institute. The campaign is built on the belief that the practice of Taekwondo…

University of Illinois Ushering in New Frontier of Computer Science Curriculum

University of Illinois Ushering in New Frontier of Computer Science Curriculum

The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has launched a five-year initiative that will educate and certify high school teachers to teach computer science. The Illinois Secondary Teacher Education and Computer Science (I-STECS) initiative, funded through the campus’ Investment for Growth program,…

AUC Consortium, Inc. Presidents Deliver Strong Case for Investing in HBCUs in New National Tome on Workforce

AUC Consortium, Inc. Presidents Deliver Strong Case for Investing in HBCUs in New National Tome on Workforce

​Clark Atlanta President Ronald A. Johnson and Morehouse School of Medicine President and Dean Valerie Montgomery Rice provide compelling insights on how a strong American workforce needs the creativity and brain trust developed by historically Black colleges and universities. In…

Anton Anthony, Ed.S Launching Educational Reform Book, 'Loving Education' and Children's Book, 'I Don't Like School' Nov. 26

Anton Anthony, Ed.S Launching Educational Reform Book, 'Loving Education' and Children's Book, 'I Don't Like School' Nov. 26

Award-winning educator Anton Anthony, Ed. S. will be releasing his guide to educational reform, “Loving Education: Restoring the Heart of Education,” and a children's book, “I Don’t Like School,” this Monday, Nov. 26, 2018. Flowing out of his experience as…

Codemint Announces the Inclusion of Computer Science Project Topics and Research Materials in Their Online Academic Repository.

Codemint Announces the Inclusion of Computer Science Project Topics and Research Materials in Their Online Academic Repository.

Codemint, a project and research website is glad to announce the successful inclusion of computer science project topics and research materials in their online repository of undergraduate academic projects recently. This development was prior to the recent update on codemint…

International Daily Digital Newspaper ABQXO Launches, Connecting Readers With More Than 1,000 Travel-Related Articles and Videos

International Daily Digital Newspaper ABQXO Launches, Connecting Readers With More Than 1,000 Travel-Related Articles and Videos

ABQXO, an online newspaper, has launched to give travelers the best-curated content available on travel-related subjects. The site connects readers to more than 1,000 articles and videos on relevant topics related to travel in more than 70 countries. Whether it's…

Ubiquity University Appoints Special Liaison to the United Nations

Ubiquity University Appoints Special Liaison to the United Nations

Ubiquity University is pleased and honored to announce the appointment of Mr. Jamal Qaiser as the University’s “Special Liaison to the United Nations.” Mr. Qaiser is an OPM Graduate of the prestigious Harvard Business School, Post-Graduate of The Globe Business…

Interlochen Announces Successful End to Create Amazing Fundraising Campaign

Interlochen Announces Successful End to Create Amazing Fundraising Campaign

Interlochen Center for the Arts Completes Fundraising Campaign Interlochen Center for the Arts has announced the successful completion of its CREATE AMAZING comprehensive fundraising campaign as of October 31, 2018. The Campaign has focused on funding new facilities, student scholarships,…

Groundbreaking Online Fraud Prevention Course Goes Live

FP101 is like no other online e-course on the market today. It guides ordinary people toward becoming fraud aware. You will see what fraud is, what it does, and how it operates across all cultures. All this without using deep…

UEN Nominates Unicheck as a Primary Plagiarism Software for All Educational Institutions of Utah

Unicheck was selected an all-UEN qualified provider of software to detect originality in student papers for the next 5 years in the state of Utah. As a winner of Utah Educational Network tender, Unicheck is now fully available to all…

Mayors Unite to Combat Weekend Hunger for Students Across the Nation

Mayors and government officials across the U.S. filled backpacks with food for students in their communities as a part of the fifth annual “Blessings in a Backpack Day.” More than 75 city leaders joined forces with local Blessings in a…

Students in New Tech Network Continue to Outpace National High School Graduation and College Persistence Rate

New Tech Network (NTN) announced today that its students outperform national high school graduation rates for the eighth year in a row according to the 2018 School and Student Success Report. Students graduate from high school at 94%, ten percentage…

The Governor of New South Wales Hosts Official Launch of the Governor Phillip Scholarship

The Governor of New South Wales, His Excellency General The Honourable David Hurley AC DSC (Retd), officially launched the Governor Phillip Scholarship with a reception at Government House on Tuesday 18 September 2018. Governor Hurley is the first Patron of…

College Scholarship for Service Dogs and Emotional Support Animals in Therapy

TheraPetic is excited to announce that we are awarding up to 10 $500 scholarships for young adults, who have been diagnosed with any form of mental illness to help them towards school-related expenses. Applicants must be accepted or actively enrolled…

Students Don't Fail. Schools Fail Says Achievement House Cyber Charter School

A traditional school environment can limit a student’s success for several reasons. Because of this, cyber schools are becoming a more popular option for students. Last year, 32,958 students across Pennsylvania enrolled in a Cyber School for the 2017-2018 school year.[1] The primary reason for…

Study Shows Generation Z is Saving Money at a Much Younger Age Than Its Predecessors

For the last 10 years, Generation Z has watched their parents or guardians, and perhaps even older siblings, weather the Great Recession and the Student Debt Crisis. It’s clear that they feel the financial pressure of the era they were…

New Book Details How Networks Support Personalized, Project-Based Learning at Scale

This weekend, on stage in front of over 1,500 educators at the annual New Tech Conference, Tom Vander Ark, CEO of Getting Smart and Lydia Dobyns, CEO of New Tech Network, launched their new book -- "Better Together: How to…

Specialist Arabic Language Teacher Enters the Revolution of eBooks

Arabic is the fifth most widely spoken language all over the world with an estimated 450 million speakers. It is spoken, in various dialects, throughout the Middle East and North Africa. "Let's Talk Arabic", written under the pen name of…

StudyCo is Expanding Globally and Redefining International Education Opportunities

StudyCo is expanding all over the globe, continuing its commitment to the service of finding students universities that match their educational qualifications. Besides partnering with more than 200 universities, they have teams placed all over the world and they execute all…

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