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Archive: December, 2012

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The importance of early childhood education

News from DesMoinesRegister.com: Reset your password Enter your email and we will send you a link to reset your password. Email Reset my password Cancel OK Resend Email You must have browser cookies enabled to view our site. It’s possible that your browser cookies are turned off. Read our FAQ page to find out how [...]

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Moving forward with partnerships on higher education

News from MiamiHerald.com (registration): It is fashionable these days to be critical of public education and its effectiveness. Who could forget the second presidential debate this year when the opening question to the two candidates came from a student who worried that he might not be able to find a job upon graduation? The implication: [...]

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2013: The Year in Education

News from The Atlantic: What lies ahead for U.S. grade schools and colleges? More demands on an already-strained system — and innovative solutions to meet them. Atlantic writers preview the stories, trends, and ideas to watch. See full coverage When it comes to public education, 2013 is likely to be a year of new thinking, [...]

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The importance and ownership of cloud security education

News from e27: With rising adoption of cloud deployments, users, IT managers and stakeholders will need to be better educated on cloud security standards and best practices. In cloud computing, one of the bigger concerns among users and IT managers is security. It encompasses these fundamental aspects: authorization (who is allowed to access), authentication (what [...]

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Saudi Arabia

News from Education sector ‘offers women and men equal opportunities’ – MENAFN.COM: (MENAFN – Arab News) The Deputy Minister of Education, Noura Al-Fayez, has stressed that there are equal opportunities for men and women to assume leadership positions in the ministry, pointing out that the only criterion is “efficiency.” Al-Fayez indicated that the ministry is [...]

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New faces lead Kansas legislative education panels

News from Houston Chronicle: TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Veteran conservative Kansas legislators with diverse backgrounds will be at the center of education debates during the 2013 legislative session, one that is expected to renew discussion on policy issues long relegated to the back burner. Sen. Steve Abrams and Rep. Kasha Kelle……………. continues on Houston Chronicle [...]

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Year in Review: Education

News from Texas Tribune: Public school accountability, standardized tests, $ 10,000 degrees and the changing faces of state education leadership made headlines in 2012 in the Tribune. Here’s a look back at the year’s biggest stories on public and higher education. Public education For public education in Texas, 2012 was the year of accountability. Questions [...]

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Survey: College important, but it costs too much

News from Midland Daily News: A new State of the State survey shows that although more than 95 percent of Michigan adults believe college is important, more than two-thirds find it too expensive. Regionally, 98 percent of East Central Michigan adults — which includes Midland, Gladwin and Bay counties — see the importance of a [...]

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California fails to win waivers from restrictive No Child Left Behind …

News from San Jose Mercury News: Signaling that California again is marching to its own drum — perhaps trailing the parade — the federal government has denied the state’s request for a waiver from a key U.S. education law, thus assuring that schools will have to keep striving to meet what’s generally accepted as unachievable [...]

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Education Secretary Arne Duncan grows emotional discussing the impact of gun …

News from New York Daily News: PBSNewsHour ?”This is something that I’?ve battled with and tried to understand from the time I was a little boy,” Secretary of Education Arne Duncan told PBS’ Gwen Ifill. “And I think it?s time we do something about it.”?  Education Secretary Arne Duncan nearly broke down as he discussed [...]

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