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  • Transitioning to a low-carbon, climate-resilient future requires significant investment and innovation, and the private sector has a crucial role to play. The United Nations Global Compact — the world's largest corporate sustainability initiative — has launched two hands-on e-learning courses designed to help your company take action now: Course 1: Science-based targets (30 minutes) guides […]
  • By Lea M. Baylis | Corporate Community Engagement Manager On this World Teachers Day I want to take a moment to honor the special place that teachers hold in our communities. Educators have a tremendous influence on the lives of young people, as evidenced by how well we all remember our most (and least) favorite […]
  • Glendale, CA [October 06, 2022] – Ahead of two major UK conferences for test publishers and awarding bodies, PSI is calling for increased equity for test takers and the removal of unnecessary barriers in testing while ensuring the validity and security of both in-person and online testing. The world of high stakes testing has evolved […]
  • Stans, Switzerland – 29 September 2022 – SoftwareONE, a global software and cloud technology solutions provider, and CloudSwyft, the global leader in virtual lab solutions for education, have formed a partnership to deliver scalable cloud-based virtual labs to universities, vocational colleges, K-12 and governments in over 100 countries. With growing pressure on educational institutions to […]
  • Trial at Portuguese University, Initiated by Extreme Networks, Includes 8K Video and Interactive Experiences in Classrooms and for Remote Learning London, UK, September 15th 2022: The Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) today announced a successful proof-of-concept trial of Wi-Fi 6E at a major university campus in Europe. The trial showcases the Extreme Networks AP4000 Wi-Fi 6E […]
  • SEVENmile now issues digital graduation certificates that are fraud-proof and instantly verifiable using blockchain technology. Zug, Switzerland – 8th September, 2022 – SEVENmile, an experiential learning program in Australia, that helps high-school students learn real-world skills, today announced a strategic collaboration with Dock Labs to issue digital graduation certificates that are instantly and permanently verifiable […]
  • 7 July 2022 – London, UK – Crossword Cybersecurity Plc (AIM:CCS, “Crossword”, the “Company” or the “Group”), the cybersecurity solutions company focused on cyber strategy and risk, is pleased to announce that its Identiproof verifiable credentials (VC) product has successfully achieved its first milestone at the recently held Jobs for the Future (JFF) Plugfest. The […]
  • Following staff and student feedback, D2L Brightspace was selected to support the University’s ambition for digital innovation and equitable student success LONDON, UK – 8th June, 2022 – D2L, a global learning technology company transforming the way the world learns, today announced that the University of Cape Town (UCT) has partnered with reseller Visions Consulting […]
  • 360Learning is launching in Germany and the wider DACH market to improve learning and development for businesses while tackling rising costs of upskilling German businesses spend around €14.2 billion a year on training fees and learning materials but this archaic, top-down generic approach isn’t serving the needs of modern corporations 360Learning’s platform will enable German […]
  • The initiative launched by Ethan and David Liddiard Group in collaboration with Blancco aims to improve digital inclusion by providing access to devices for Australia’s Indigenous community Australia – May, 10 2022 — Blancco Australasia PTY LTD, the industry standard in data erasure and mobile device diagnostics, today announced it has partnered with Ethan Indigenous […]
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  • by Sara Weissman
    Ibram X. Kendi Defends Boston University Center After Layoffs Sara Weissman Mon, 09/25/2023 – 03:00 AM Byline(s) Sara Weissman
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    AI Meets Med School Lauren.Coffey@… Mon, 09/25/2023 – 03:00 AM Adding to academia’s AI embrace, two institutions in the University of Texas system are jointly offering a medical degree paired with a master’s in artificial intelligence. Byline(s) Lauren Coffey
  • by Liam Knox
    Dispatch From a Post–Affirmative Action NACAC Liam Knox Mon, 09/25/2023 – 03:00 AM College admissions counselors gathered at their annual conference last week, where the end of affirmative action loomed large among a host of other issues from a tumultuous year. Byline(s) Liam Knox
  • by Susan H. Greenberg
    New Details Emerge in BC Swim Team Hazing Allegations Susan H. Greenberg Mon, 09/25/2023 – 03:00 AM Byline(s) Susan H. Greenberg
  • by Ryan Quinn
    Rutgers Senate Says It’s Lost Confidence in President Ryan Quinn Mon, 09/25/2023 – 03:00 AM After a historic, triple-union strike ended in the spring, Jonathan Holloway has continued to alienate many faculty members and other campus constituents. Byline(s) Ryan Quinn
  • by Doug Lederman
    Radically Healing Racial Trauma: Academic Minute Doug Lederman Mon, 09/25/2023 – 03:00 AM Byline(s) Doug Lederman
  • by Marjorie Valbrun
    Tennessee Community College President Dies Marjorie Valbrun Mon, 09/25/2023 – 03:00 AM Byline(s) Marjorie Valbrun
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    Federal Judge Upholds Texas University Drag Show Ban Marjorie Valbrun Mon, 09/25/2023 – 03:00 AM Byline(s) Marjorie Valbrun
  • by Marjorie Valbrun
    Fired New England College Chancellor Files Lawsuit Marjorie Valbrun Mon, 09/25/2023 – 03:00 AM Byline(s) Marjorie Valbrun
  • by Doug Lederman
    2 Ontario Colleges Plan to Merge Doug Lederman Mon, 09/25/2023 – 03:00 AM Byline(s) Doug Lederman
  • by U.S. Department of Education
    By: Montserrat Garibay, Assistant Deputy Secretary and Director, Office of English Language Acquisition  I clearly remember my first day of middle school as a newly arrived student from Mexico in Austin, Texas, I didn’t speak a word of English and was nervous to start a new life with my mother and sister.  My first class […]
  • by U.S. Department of Education
    The ED Games Expo is the annual public showcase of game-changing forms of education technology created through more than 50 programs at the U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, and across government.   The 9th annual Expo is this week from September 19 through 22, 2023 at the Kennedy Center REACH and locations across […]
  • by U.S. Department of Education
    By: Office of Elementary and Secondary Education National and State data sets released over the past several weeks underscore the need for urgent, collective action to improve regular school attendance. While the latest data reflect the 2021-22 school year, when impacts of the pandemic were much more acute, it is important to note that rates […]
  • by U.S. Department of Education
    The ED Games Expo is the annual public showcase of game-changing forms of education technology created through more than 50 programs at the U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, and across government. The 9th annual Expo will occur from September 19 to 22.  In addition to its many in-person events at the Kennedy […]
  • by U.S. Department of Education
    The 9th Annual ED Games Expo will occur September 19-22, 2023 in-person at the Kennedy Center REACH and locations across Washington, DC, and through a livestreamed virtual event on September 21. The ED Games Expo is the annual public showcase of game-changing education technology (EdTech) innovations created through more than 50 programs at the Institute […]
  • by U.S. Department of Education
    One-third of American schools are located in rural areas. We want to ensure rural students have every opportunity to pursue careers in their communities and local regions — as well as in our increasingly complex global labor market. To that end, ED launched the Rural Tech Project, a $600,000 challenge to advance technology education and […]
  • by U.S. Department of Education
    The 2023 Green Strides Tour in Northern & Central California will stop at ten U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools to celebrate their achievements. Students at Los Altos High School, a 2021 U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon School, work together to plant trees on their school campus. Year round, the ED Infrastructure and […]
  • by U.S. Department of Education
    By: Andrea Suarez Falken, Special Advisor for Infrastructure and Sustainability, U.S. Department of Education Before presenting this year’s awards, Deputy Secretary of Education Cindy Marten addresses the 2023 U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools (ED-GRS) at the ceremony on August 8th in Washington, D.C. On August 8, the U.S. Department of Education (ED) recognized […]
  • by U.S. Department of Education
    For far too long, there have been invisible walls between K-12, higher education, and workforce systems treated like they’re set in stone. That you need to complete one before moving on to the next. But the reality is that there’s a lot more overlap, and it’s time to Raise the Bar and reimagine high school […]
  • by U.S. Department of Education
    Parents across the country, with different lived experiences, are united by our belief that we can be the catalysts to create transformative change that benefits all children in our public education system. That change can only happen when we commit to truly embracing the power of parent participation, collaboration, and shared responsibility in creating a […]
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  • by Aaishah Khan
    In this blog post teachers at Westminster Primary School in Bradford share how they’ve reduced workload and improved teacher wellbeing through using the workload reduction toolkit. Culture eats strategy for breakfast. It's really important that managing workload in school isn’t …
  • by Jane Elsworth
    Jane Elsworth, the director and deputy headteacher of Huntington Research School, along with her colleague Julie Kettlewell, the assistant director and assistant headteacher, give us a full breakdown of their Pupil Premium strategy from start to finish. Our ways of …
  • by Nicholas Lawrence
    Nicholas Lawrence, a secondary assistant head at Bonus Pastor Catholic College in Lewisham, shares how his school welcomed a HMRC staff ambassador to deliver a lesson about the UK tax system. How did your school teach the free Tax Facts …
  • by Debi Bailey
    In this blog, staff from NEAT Academy Trust explain how they have mastered identifying complex needs of disadvantaged pupils and the resources needed to support the development of their strategy. This blog has been written by 3 authors who all …
  • by Seana Henry
    Seana Henry, headteacher at Belleville Wix Academy talks about how she grew up admiring teachers, and then became one herself.  Generations of amazing teachers   My mum was a teacher at the primary school I went to as a child, I remember going …
  • by Dr Steven Berryman
    Dr Steven Berryman, Director of creativity, music and culture at The Charter Schools Educational Trust explains their vision for music education. Our vision As the Director of creativity, music and culture across the family of schools in the Charter Trust, …
  • by Richard Lane
    Richard Lane, CEO at Mercia Primary Academy Trust, shares how his school is using CO2 monitors and Air Cleaning Units to manage ventilation for a healthier learning environment.   What has the impact of using CO2 monitors been on managing ventilation …
  • by Vanessa Davies
    Three education and local authority leads share how they work to take preventative action and intervene where necessary to help ensure the most vulnerable children and young people remain in education.
  • by Jody Clarke
      Jody Clarke is the deputy headteacher of Wood Green Academy, a secondary school in Wednesbury in the West Midlands. He shares advice for schools on optimising the benefits of tutoring by using a combination of school-led tutoring and academic …
  • by Andrea William-Jones
    Andrea William-Jones is an assistant headteacher at Winterbourne Academy, South Gloucestershire, part of the Olympus Trust. She tells us how coaching and setting positive boundaries for herself has improved her wellbeing. Wellbeing is about having the courage to do what …