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Vestor Announces New Tailored Learning Solutions for Financial

Breadcrumb Trail Links Newsfile Author of the article: Published Aug 06, 2023  •  Last updated 2 days ago  •  2 minute read   Article content Bucharest, Romania–(Newsfile Corp. – August 6, 2023) – Vestor, Romania’s leading company in the field of financial education, is set to introduce a brand new educational product based on multi-year market […]

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Ministry delivering $40M funding top-up for Sask. school divisions

Breadcrumb Trail Links Saskatchewan Sask. Politics News An additional $40 million is coming to school divisions, announced just ahead of the June deadline for finalized budget submissions. Published June 01, 2023 • Last updated 1 week ago • 3 minute read Thousands gathered at the Rally for Education at the Legislature in Regina on Saturday

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USask a leader in higher education sustainability rankings – News

USask has earned a rank of 67th overall around the world, even with the addition of more than 180 universities to the THE Impact Rankings bringing the total number of participants to nearly 1,600. THE measures the performance of institutions around the world against the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set out by the United Nations.

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Powers of anglophone school councils curtailed under proposed reforms

The Higgs government is reforming how district education councils govern the province’s schools, including a potentially thorny change that will see different models for the English and French systems. In the four anglophone school districts, elected councils will lose their decision-making authority over budgets and over superintendents, and will now only play an “advisory and

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Ontario education minister wants teachers to accept private mediation

Ontario’s education minister said Monday he has called on teachers’ unions to accept private mediation in order to ensure contracts are in place before the start of the new school year, but two unions said it’s too early for that and two others said they weren’t actually asked. Stephen Lecce said parents deserve a sense

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