Reports from Yaba College of Technology (Yabatech), Lagos have it that the Bakassi hostel of the institution is presently on fire. THE new principal at St Andrews University has criticised higher education authorities for mollycoddling undergrads with politically correct ‘trigger warnings’. We’ve published new information and resources as part of our recent review of health and disability in medical education and training. The Chronicle of Higher Education looks at how last week’s injunction against implementing the Obama administration’s new overtime rule is impacting colleges and universities.
Afternoon Headlines The latest local, national and international news delivered every weekday afternoon. DAILY AFTERNOON BULLETIN Receive a quick summary of the day’s biggest news at 4 p.m. It’s all here on our education page: newspaper articles on education, education blog articles, as well as in-depth coverage of the FCAT and other issues affecting schools in Florida, especially Tampa Bay area schools. It will involve rekindling the nation’s mind to recognize that the potential of education is not to teach to tests or to make students fit into neat little boxes.
U.S. Education Secretary John B. King, Jr. called for its abolishment , but it’s unclear what effect a lame-duck administration will have on policies in those states. The Chronicle of Higher Education looks at new risks for undocumented students studying abroad and The Hechinger Report highlights a new study that shows college graduation rates are once again on the rise. Join today and you can easily save your favourite articles, join in the conversation and comment, plus select which news your want direct to your inbox. Partner Offers Receive occasional updates and special offers from trusted News & Observer partners.
The education of special needs individuals has evolved from a time where handicapped children were hidden away and even jailed to a time where individualized learning plans and specialized instruction is provided to meet their needs when they cannot be met in the regular classroom.
It will depend, in our opinion, on the national revival of education as we know it. The Edvocate plans to be one of key architects of this revival, as it continues to advocate for education reform, equity, and innovation. Our award-winning journalists find the stories – big or small – that matter most to Chicagoans. The Council of Legal Education in Nigeria has punished 55 students who reportedly went against the policy of the Nigerian Law School. Utah’s public schools added 10,580 students this year, bringing the total enrollment count to 644,476, according to numbers released Thursday by the Utah State Board of Education. Afternoon Update Keep up with the latest news: Get five of the day’s top stories every weekday afternoon.