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Archive: March, 2012

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Muhyiddin: Our education system better than advanced nations

News from Malaysia Star: Redirect Notice  The previous page is sending you to http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2012/3/31/nation/20120331141712 .  If you do not want to visit that page, you can return to the previous page. ……………. continues on Malaysia Star >>> Read the full article Related News:

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Environmental contest teaches importance of Louisiana waters

News from NOLA.com: The Louisiana Environmental Education Commission and the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries invite students to enter their Tenth Environmental Awareness Art & Language Arts Contest. Students ages 5 to 18 may enter original work in the art category and/or language arts category. The theme is “Louisiana Waters: Protect, Conserve, Enjoy!” Teachers [...]

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Education system holding Mexico back, critics say

News from USA TODAY: MEXICO CITY – Pilar López’s children have all gone to public schools, touted for decades as a singular achievement of Mexico’s early-20th-century revolution. Filmmakers of de Panzazo! Children in a rural area of Mexico’s Guerrero state take lessons via television. Infrastructure often is lacking in such areas, and when there’s no [...]

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Education debate isn’t over

News from TheDay.com: The legislature’s Education Committee dealt a serious but not fatal blow to the education reform effort by eliminating or watering down key elements of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s plan. The governor now faces the challenge of finding a path to achieve his major goals while providing cover for skittish lawmakers. We are [...]

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How important is music education in schools?

News from Fox News: Millions of children in schools enjoy music each day by singing a song during circle time, learning to play an instrument, or singing a part in a chorus. This month, musicians and music educators celebrate Music in Our Schools Month sponsored by the National Association for Music Education. Music In Our [...]

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ChinaCast Education Appoints Doug Woodrum Interim Chief Financial Officer

News from Sacramento Bee: BEIJING, March 27, 2012 – BEIJING, March 27, 2012 /PRNewswire-Asia-FirstCall/ — ChinaCast Education Corporation (“ChinaCast” or the “Company”, NASDAQ: CAST), a leading post-secondary education and e-learning services provider in China, today announced that its board of directors had appointed Doug Woodrum as interim Chief Financial Officer and Secretary, effective immediately, replacing [...]

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Higher education reforms needed

News from Bismarck Tribune: By PAUL SORUM Fargo BismarckTribune.com | Posted: Tuesday, March 27, 2012 1:30 am | One of the most important issues confronting our state’s next governor is performance of a critical review of North Dakota’s higher education system. Over the last dozen years, the people and the Legislature have lost control of [...]

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Education advocacy group says lack of college degrees keeps workers jobless

News from WRGB: WRGB-TV News Team Anchors Ed O’Brien Liz Bishop Jerry Gretzinger Greg Floyd Dori Marlin Reporters Alexandra Field Marci Natale Craig Smith continues on WRGB >>> Read the full article Related News:

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ChinaCast Education Board Removes CEO

News from Fox Business: DOW JONES NEWSWIRES ChinaCast Education Corp.’s (CAST) board removed Ron Chan Tze Ngon as the post-secondary education and e-learning services provider’s chairman and chief executive, naming one its new directors as his successor. Derek Feng, who has served on the board since January, was chosen as chairman and interim CEO, effective [...]

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Community colleges take central role in putting Americans back to work

News from Accent: U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan focused on reducing unemployment as he addressed nearly 500 attendees at a town hall meeting March 8 at Austin Community College’s Eastview Campus. According to Duncan, two million high-growth, high- paying jobs remain vacant throughout the United States despite the nation’s high unemployment rate, and community [...]

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