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26 apply for Iowa’s top education job

IOWA EDUCATION: Candidates to lead Iowa's Department of Education include leaders from both the public and private sectors. The successful candidate will replace Jason Glass, who left the state last month to become superintendent of Eagle County Schools in Colorado.

DepEd pursues Enhanced Basic Education info plan

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.

SA education boss quits

South Australia's education boss has quit after the release of a report critical of his department.

Giving education to a generation

"With education, you can be anything. It's a way out of poverty. Because of it, I was given an opportunity to be a member of the Black Eyed Peas and now that I have the resources, I could give back."

Family planning, higher education are priorities globally, reveals survey

Family planning, higher education and quality time with loved ones are priorities for people around the world, according to a new global Nielsen survey focusing on lifestyle values released yesterday. The Nielsen poll of more than 29,000 people in 58 countries also showed that most people think women should have a say in important household ...        

READER SUBMITTED: Education Pioneers Expands To Connecticut

Education Pioneers, a national nonprofit with a network of education leaders, managers, and analysts announced today the expansion of its program to Connecticut. The organization's first group of Fellows will begin this summer in the city of Bridgeport.