Report: Pandemic could spur new school staffing approaches

Dive Brief: Predictions that the teaching shortage will worsen due to the COVID-19 outbreak should cause school leaders to rethink how they manage teacher staffing, recommends the American Institutes for Research in a new report . Proponents say virtual learning and...

Half of Chinese university students may cancel or delay study plans

Data from a British Council survey that is yet to be published revealed that 26% of Chinese undergraduates and 27% of Chinese postgraduate respondents who had applied to study in the UK say they had either cancelled or delayed their plans, or were somewhat likely to...

Why we should rethink how we go to college

For decades, the message to students in the United States has been nearly a consensus: You need to go to college.   If you want to find a job, you need to go to college.  If you want to make good money, you need to go to college.  This message manifests...

Guard.me founders donate $1 million to Sheridan arts project

The Keith & Sharon Segal Fund for International Musical Development will be created following a donation of $1 million from guard.me International Insurance founders Keith and Sharon Segal. “Keith and Sharon Segal are outstanding philanthropists who believe in the...

Niger to reopen schools on Oct 4

Niger state government has announced the reopening of all basic and post-basic classes of private and public institutions for third term of 2019/2020 academic session on Oct. 4. Hajiya Hannatu Salihu, the Niger state Commissioner for Education, announced this during a...