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CSEDU 2011
CSEDU 2011 – International Conference on Computer Supported Education
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Education and Development Conference 5-7th March, 2011, Thailand
Sixth Annual Education and Development Conference will be held from 5th- 7th March 2011.
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CANADA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON EDUCATION 2011
The CICE is an international refereed conference dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practices in education. The CICE promotes collaborative excellence between academicians and professionals from Education.
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See what condition "The Condition of Education 2010" is in
The National Center for Education Statistics has released The Condition of Education 2010, a Congressionally mandated report to the nation on education in America. It covers all aspects of education, with 49 indicators that include findings on enrollment trends, demographics, and outcomes.
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Children at risk in failing nurseries
Thousands of children are being left in the hands of “inadequate” childminders, nurseries and crèches, according to Ofsted.
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The proper role of a public school board
Effective boards take full and final accountability for their districts. The Greek philosopher Diogenes was said to have walked about in the daylight with a lamp, seeking an honest man. If alive today, he might instead be seeking accountable school boards.
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What’s missing from Common Core standards
Daniel Willingham - The discussions regarding whether or not adopting the Common Core standards will improve education is, to me, emblematic of a larger issue. When we adopt education policies at the state or federal level, the belief that they will improve things is not based on anything much more solid than faith or hope.
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28 countries participating in Islamic nations section of Qur’an Exhibit
Tehran, Aug 13, IRNA – Some 28 countries are participating at the Qur’an and Islamic Nations culture in the ongoing 18th International Qur’an Exhibition.
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Iranian author to lecture on heritage of Persian language in Canada
TEHRAN Iranian author Erfan Nazar-Ahari will lecture on “Iranian Children and Persian Language Heritage” in Ottawa on August 14.
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Bismillah Festival to sell artwork for first time
TEHRAN The seventh edition of the Bismillah Festival will open Friday in three different locations in Tehran and Isfahan where artwork will be put on sale for the first time.
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Will National Standards Improve Education?
The case for national standards rests in part on the need to remedy the inconsistent aims and inferior quality of many state standards and tests in order to equalize academic expectations for all students. The argument also addresses the urgent need to increase academic achievement for all students.
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The Next Generation of Science Standards
As the nation prepares for common core standards in math and English language arts, a framework to guide new science standards is getting closer.
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UNFPA chief urges decision makers to listen to needs of 1.8b youth
Tehran, Aug 10, IRNA — United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Executive Director Thoraya Ahmed Obaid in her message on International Day of Youth, August 12, 2010 called on all decision makers to listen to the needs of 1.8 billion young people in the world and respond to them.
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Internet addicts more likely to self harm
Teenagers who are addicted to the internet are more likely to self-harm than their peers, a new study has claimed.
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Councils focus too much on at-risk teens
Councils are focusing too much on providing support for "at risk" children and neglecting the needs of the majority of young people, a government watchdog said.
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Beyond primary education: new estimates of out-of-school adolescents – updated
Globally, there are approximately 71 million out-of-school adolescents of lower secondary school age excluded from any level of education, according to a new paper released by the UIS. The brief also states that 70% of these adolescents are from South and West Asia (40%) and sub-Saharan Africa (30%).
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Announcing the six laureates of the 2010 UNESCO Literacy Prizes
Projects in Cape Verde, Egypt, Germany and Nepal have been awarded this year’s UNESCO International Literacy Prizes, while projects in Colombia and Malawi have received Honourable Mentions.
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Urge kids to drink water during hot weather: expert
This summers exceptionally hot weather means children are at increased risk for dehydration, a pediatric expert warns.
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Teachers’ union report: No link between academic performance and national standards
Making sure that students across the country learn the same things about the same subjects has been one of the main thrusts of the Obama administration’s education reforms. But a new report from the Great Lakes Center for Education Research and Practice pokes holes in the theory that national standards will do anything to boost academic achievement.
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Special needs is a fad that harms children
Pupils are being subjected to all manner of crank treatments in the name of helping them, says Francis Gilbert.
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