Manila, Philippines -- The Department of Education (DepEd) yesterday said planning, allocation of resources, and generation of performance indicators especially in public schools are expected to improve in the coming years with the implementation of the Enhanced Basic Education Information System (EBEIS) starting this school year.
It's heartening to see voters, legislators and administrators united again in support of the Master Plan. Under the leadership of Gov. Edmund G. "Pat" Brown and University of California President Clark Kerr, the 1960 Master Plan for Higher Education in California created a unique three-way collaboration between the university, the public and the state, a partnership that propelled the state to ...
* Syria worst in world for attacks affecting education * Save the Children calls for more aid for education * Report coincides with UN speech by Pakistani schoolgirl LONDON, July 12 (Reuters) - More than a fifth of Syria's schools have been destroyed or made unusable in more than two years of conflict, jeopardising the education of 2.5 million young people, Save The Children aid agency reported ...
Today the Academy of Education Arts and Sciences announced that the 2013 Bammy Awards have been expanded to include developers of education technology. The inaugural Bammy “EdTech” Awards will recognize the best-in-class education apps, teaching tools and education-related web sites.
SAN DIEGO, July 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Bridgepoint Education, Inc. (NYSE: BPI), announced today that its academic institution, Ashford University, has been granted initial accreditation for five years ...
Career Education Corporation will report second-quarter 2013 financial results on Wednesday, Aug. 7, 2013, after market close and will host a conference call Thursday, Aug.
Tasmania's catholic education sector has welcomed the state government's decision to sign up to the federal education funding changes, even though the Premier is giving priority to public schools.
Poor education is a 'security issue', says UN
"My Education" (Viking) by Susan Choi
EDUCATION officials named in the Debelle inquiry will receive "please explain letters" - the first step towards disciplinary action that could include sacking.