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Exploring ethics in education

A few days ago I had a coincidental sitting with an old colleague, who was very keen to provide quality education to his children. Following a detailed discussion about his children’s education he took a long breath and said, “I could not find a school for my children.” Although his …

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New job for Cornerstone chief executive

Edel Harris is leaving the Scottish social care charity after 11 years to take over as the new boss of Mencap  22nd October 2019 by Gareth Jones 0 Comments A Scottish social care charity has announced its chief executive is heading for pastures new. Edel Harris has been appointed as the …

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Micro-School Network Expands Learning Options

Prenda’s vision is empowered learning. Photo: Prenda Technology has the potential to decentralize K-12 education and make it more learner-directed, upending a top-down system in favor of individual autonomy and self-determination. But the technology can’t do this alone. It requires a learning environment that fosters creativity and curiosity, using digital …

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Arts education should not be a luxury, says Julie Hesmondhalgh

Julie Hesmondhalgh, the actor and campaigner, has accused policymakers of conspiring to limit access to arts and culture for British children. Reacting to a report into school provision, Hesmondhalgh told the Observer she was dismayed that arts education was now seen as a luxury. “The idea it is not career-oriented …

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ACG School Jakarta Encourages Parental Involvement in New Kindergarten Programme

ACG School Jakarta has introduced a new early-years education initiative, in which parents are encouraged to engage in their children‘s play-based learning programme. JAKARTA, Indonesia, Oct. 17, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — With the launch of their new kindergarten programme “Let’s Investigate,” ACG School Jakarta invites parents to participate in the curriculum …

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West Orange Student Disciplined For Were All Lesbians Shirt

WEST ORANGE, NJ — West Orange’s public schools strive for a learning environment where “all are special, all are welcome and all are celebrated,” according to Superintendent Scott Cascone. And that goes for its dress code, too, he says. Cascone recently issued a message to the school community about a …

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Healthcare executives look to bring the joy back to medicine

Ascension, for one, is reworking its linear reporting structure, said Trevor Walker, vice president of human resources organizational development and learning. It’s testing out a model where interdisciplinary teams report to one leader, rather than their respective department heads. To boost recruitment, Froedtert Health is reworking its tuition reimbursement program, …

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