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What kind of school in France is best for my kids?

Examples of these schools are the Ecole Massillon, a Catholic school in Paris which has British and German sections that run all the way from the last year of nursery through to the end of the lycée, and the Ecole Active Bilingue Jeannine Manuel in Paris which also has a branch …

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‘I’m 30 and live at home with my parents’

The story of the US couple successfully winning the right to evict their 30-year-old son from their home, has prompted a number of 30-somethings to get in touch with the BBC about their experiences of living with their parents. Reasons for staying at home range from the culturally acceptable to …

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Tories’ academies policies are failing primary age children

Michael Rosen questions the success of school academies (Education, 22 May) but does not mention the worst case scenario that can occur – closure. Burnt Yates school, in north Yorkshire, a small jewel of a rural primary school with excellent buildings, fields and woodland and an active and generous trust, …

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AXA Mansard sponsors Children’s Finance Education Fair

IN commemoration of the annual Children’s Day celebration in Nigeria, AXA Mansard Insurance Plc, a member of the AXA Group and global leader in insurance and asset management has partnered with ‘Money Matters with Nimi Akinkugbe’    to host the 2nd  edition of the Annual Children’s Finance Fair. The event, …

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The Info You Need: Travel Agent Academy and Webinars

Choose from more than 50 true e-learning Travel Agent Academy courses and a series of monthly webinar programs (as new programs are added frequently, check the listings often at TravelAgentAcademy.com and TravelPulse.com/webinars). DESTINATION EDUCATION Anguilla (Coming Soon) Learn about warm and welcoming Anguilla, tucked away in the northeastern Caribbean. Embraced …

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7 pointers to help you plan for your child’s early education

Raising youngsters is largely about nurturing personal growth – kindergarten is a German word meaning “garden of children” – but not all flora flourishes under the same conditions. When creating an education plan for your child, there’s no point in planning too far ahead. The process is daunting enough without …

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89-year-old woman with 12 children graduates college

Ella Washington has accomplished a lot in her life. The 89-year-old woman born in rural North Carolina raised 12 children while working a full-time job. She put her kids through school, but had to put her own education on the back burner.  That changed a few years ago, when Washington …

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