The Appeal and Power of Place-Based Learning

Education trends may come and go, but place-based education has grown in importance in recent years. While place-based education may seem like a new concept, the idea of incorporating local issues and knowledge into an educational curriculum was the way children learned before formal schools were created. Most children were taught by their families and […]

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Free Budgeting Spreadsheet For College Students

When you are creating your student budget, there are several areas that you need to consider first. The first thing you need to determine is where you stand financially in life. You do not want to be stuck in a situation in which you cannot pay for your education. If you are in good financial […]

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Can You Really Complete a Full Academic Course Online?

Is it possible to completely complete a full academic course online? Are you ready for it? While there are some academically accepted requirements which should be carried out by anyone wishing to pursue a degree online, there are more modern universities offering more flexible ways to achieve your academic goals. In fact, many students who […]

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My son and Britain’s boy crisis

25% of boys go to school without the abilities to talk in full sentences and following some primitive instructions by teachers. Girls perform much better in both tasks, so Martin Daubney decided to understand why there is this education gender gap. When I saw by 7-year old son, Sonny, walk into his first classroom the […]

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Education chiefs clash over loan scheme

The heads of the universities around the country are fighting about the benefits that may be provided to the third-level education sector with the new system. It’s called “study now, pay later”, and it can solve many troubles connected to student loans. Yesterday, the two main higher education branches came to different sides on the […]

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