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International Friendship Day Activities to Teach Empathy in Your Classroom –

In 2011, the United Nations (UN) announced the International Friendship Day, which falls on the 30th of July. It is a celebration that focuses on peace and human solidarity.   As educators, we should emphasise the importance of friendship to our students. It is a good way to build up students’ empathy towards their friends from various […]

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Affirmative Action Ruling Means Rethinking K-12 Education, Too

When my grandmother was a child, “separate but equal” was the law of the land. It meant everything was segregated — from railway cars to restaurants to buses to schools. I, on the other hand, benefited from wonderful, integrated schools with great teachers who helped me recognize and reach my potential. This dramatic shift within

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Broaden definition of education for children in care to better support their development, study urges

Credit: CC0 Public Domain The education of care-experienced children should be redefined to include a much broader range of activities to better support their development and success, a new study says. Those who have been looked after perceive education in a much wider way than other young people, including their life experiences and social skills

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In a school funding lawsuit, Edelblut avoids defining ‘adequate education’ – New Hampshire Bulletin

The latest lawsuit challenging New Hampshire’s school funding model hinges on a key question: How much must the state pay to provide a constitutionally adequate education? Testimony Tuesday by Department of Education Commissioner Frank Edelblut suggests that the answer may be hard for a judge to lock down. During more than an hour of questioning

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Learning collaboration at the primary-secondary care interface: a dual-method study to define design principles for interventions in postgraduate training programmes | BMC Medical Education

Literature review Eight articles were included in the review [36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43] (appendix 3). We identified four design principles for interventions to learn intraPC: Participatory design, work process involvement, personalised education and role models. Table 1 shows a short description of the design principles and the associated codes. Table 1 Design Principles literature review Group interviews Subsequently we

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Homeschooling on the high seas: Texas family gives new meaning to ‘real world’ education

A homeschooling mother took ‘real world learning,’ to a new level when her family sold their Texas home and bought a sailboat, committing to a life on the high seas. “My kids meet people from all over the world, different languages, different cultures,” said Renee Whitaker, a mom of five. “It’s a very global education.”

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What the DeSantis agenda means for higher education in Florida

Governor Ron Desantis has signed a new Florida higher ed law. Florida public colleges are now banned from offering general ed classes that “distort significant events” or “teach identity politics.” The law also bans state schools from using public money for diversity programs. Critics are calling it an attack on the very purpose of a

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