Distance Learning

A course designed for thoughtful men and women who seek an understanding of the nature of humanity and of the world in which we live, this introductory course shows how great phi

Obama Campaign Trip Focuses on Education

President Barack Obama will use a two-day campaign trip to outline his differences with Mitt Romney on education. He’ll appear Tuesday in Columbus, Ohio, and Reno, Nev., and

Embracing the value art provides

Embracing the value art provides to develop innovative ideas, design, business and healthy communities is a vital and relevant reason for every person on this planet to receive a

CTC Early Childhood Education

Have you always dreamed of owning your own daycare? Do you love working with children? If you answered yes to either of these questions then our Early Childhood Education Program

The Cronk of Higher Education

Roanoke, Virginia—For the first time in its 200-year history, Longvine University has invited its incoming freshmen to a week-long . “We found that many students were bewilde

2012 KBS K-12 Summer Science Institute Wrap-Up

By Guest Blogger and K-12 Partnership Volunteer Extraordinaire Joelyn DeLima A magical week of making movies. That is the first thing that comes to mind when I describe the days

Early Childhood Education

Strengthen ESEA With Early Childhood Education | Commentary : Roll Call Opinion

As Congress debates the reauthorization of our nations most important education legislation, the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, Im reminded of the true bipartisan effort Congress has displaye

Early Literacy

Growing Wisconsin Readers: A Gourmet Meal of Early Literacy Information!

Three course highlights: 1. The final goal of the combined courses is to train the presenter in offering early literacy information via “asides” during storytime. I’ve notice that a

Higher Education

Seven rules the Teaching Excellence Framework should follow | Higher Education Network

The proposed Tef (Teaching Excellence Framework) is often characterised as a Ref (Research Excellence Framework) for teaching. It’s a description that reminds us how much less attention university t

College-Level Learning

Dr. John Keyser receives 2014 AFS College Level Teaching Award | 02 | 09 | 2014 | News Events | College of Engineering

Dr. John Keyser, Texas A&M University computer science and engineering professor, has been honored with the 2014 Association of Former Students College Level Teaching Award. He was also presented

Special Education

Feds: Most States Failing To Meet Special Ed Obligations

Federal officials indicate that less than half of states are meeting their obligations under special education law.The U.S. Department of Education says that just 19 states qualified for the “me

K-12 Education

Senate Majority Leader Moves to Set End to ESEA-Rewrite Debate - Politics K-12 - Education

WashingtonIn an unexpected move, U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., moved to close debate on the chamber's bipartisan bill to overhaul the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, invo

Continuing Education

Adult education is being slashed and burned – this is too important to ignore | Lola Okolosie

hat poor hounded millionaire Jeremy Clarkson needlessly lost his job just for punching a colleague in the face and repeatedly shouting abuse at him. What will the BBC and, by extension, the UK, do wit

Distance Learning

Number Theory and Cryptography: A Distance Learning Course for High School Students | On Teaching and

Last year, I began offering an online Number Theory and Cryptography course for gifted high school students through Georgia Tech.  Fourteen high school seniors from metro Atlanta took the course in F

New CA Statewide Poll Results

New Poll Conducted for PACE/USC Rossier School of Education by Tulchin Research and M4 Strategies on Prop. 30 (Governor’s Tax Initiative), Prop. 38 (Munger Measure) and Other Education Issues A majority of Californians favor enacting Proposition 30, Gov. Jerry Brown’s ballot initiative that would raise taxes in order to avoid further...


A Special Tea to Raise Money for Breast Cancer

It was a tea party. If you didn’t know it by the pretty pots and cups and the table groaning with sweets, you could tell by the hats.

Especially Sylvia Tolan’s hat, a floppy, sparkly J. Lo hat from Kohls, decorated with. . .a hot pink bra. “I made it myself this morning,” said the Havertown woman with a grin. “I needed something girly.”