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Safe Families for Children will host a learning opportunity

Safe Families for Children is an organization that provides a temporary placement for children whose family is going through crisis. Placement with Safe Families creates an extended family–like support for those families through a community of devoted volunteers. Safe Families logo, Courtesy Facebook Currently Safe Families in Rapid City has …

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Learning Gaelic will boost children’s education, says expert

An Edinburgh-based academic has called into question a claim by a Tory MSP that children’s education could be harmed by a move to make Gaelic the main teaching language of schools in the Western Isles. Liz Smith, education spokeswoman for the Scottish Conservatives, described the new policy by Comhairle nan …

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Save the Children underscores the need for education support for children in armed conflict and disaster-prone areas – Philippines

Save the Children Philippines has called for stronger support for education for children trapped in armed conflict and frequently displaced by natural calamities. Atty. Alberto Muyot, Save the Children Philippines Chief Executive Officer, raised the call in line with the celebration of International Day of Education on January 24 with …

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Can AI Drive Education Forward?

Children together at modern school Getty This week Bett, the education show that brings together over 800 education providers, takes center stage in London. Educators, developers, and ecosystem players come together to share what is new, connect and learn. Microsoft is the worldwide partner for Bett, but most platform providers …

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Playing with learning: On status of early childhood education

The Annual Status of Education Report 2019 data on early childhood education in rural areas makes the case that the pre-school system fails to give children a strong foundation, especially in government-run facilities. Going by the findings, the percentage of girls in government schools is higher than in private institutions, …

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Childhood education focus of film screening in Menlo Park

San Mateo County officials will meet for a film screening and discussion about a problem plaguing local families – a shortfall of early childhood education options – on Wednesday, Jan. 22, at Hillview Middle School in Menlo Park. The Menlo Park City School District, Community Equity Collaborative, All Five, the …

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How not to raise a bully

You probably hate bullies. It’s not a terribly bold presumption. You don’t like the person hectoring the retail worker at the supermarket. You feel for the friend who was monstered out of a job by a domineering boss. But most of all, probably, your heart breaks when your favourite kid …

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