Congressional support grows for Armenian Genocide Education Act

Congressional support grows for Armenian Genocide Education Act

Support continues to grow for the Armenian Genocide Education Act (HR7555). Latest supporters include Representatives Jamaal Bowman (D-NY), Judy Chu (D-CA), Veronica Escobar (D-TX), Steven Horsford (D-NV), Jared Huffman (D-CA), James Langevin (D-RI) ), Susie Lee (D-NV), Edwin Perlmutter (D-CO), Lucille Roybal-Allard (D-CA), Michelle Steel (R-CA), Haley Stevens (D-MI), and Tom Suozzi (D- NY). WASHINGTON, … Read more

MCTEA secures Workforce Education Grant aimed at propel architecture, construction students forward – Mitchell Republic

MITCHELL – Maya Gonzalez, a junior at Mitchell High School, waved a sprayer back and forth as she looked to put some finishing touches on her woodworking project. A wooden bench that doubles a storage chest is nearly complete, and she said she was happy with the results so far. “It’s going to have a … Read more

Manchester High School Educators Applaud Funding for Student Manufacturing Program – Connecticut Education Association

POSITIONS OPEN FOR NOMINATION CEA may be eligible to elect up to 30 state delegates to the NEA RA in 2020. Here are descriptions of the open positions: Category 1 At-Large / State Delegate: Fifteen Positions (Term: two years) Category 1 At-Large / Ethnic Minority Concerns: Four Positions (Term: 2 years) These categories must have … Read more

Too many first-class degrees awarded in England, the regulator says Higher education

Universities in England have been rebuked for awarding “excessive” numbers of first-class degrees during the pandemic, with ministers and regulators accusing the sector of undermining its own reputation. The Office for Students (OfS) regulator published an analysis claiming that more than half of the first-class degrees awarded in 2021 could not be explained by “observable … Read more

Central Beds Council admits time it takes to produce education health and care plans is ‘unacceptable’

Faced by ever increasing numbers, Central Bedfordshire Council completed 474 EHCPs last year. The average number in Central Bedfordshire from 2016 to 2019 was 214. An inspection in November 2019 by the Ofsted and the Care Quality Commission (CQC) found “significant areas of weakness in local special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) practice”. A written … Read more

Using education for empowerment – The Hindu

Narikuravar activist Karai R. Subramanian runs a free school for the community Narikuravar activist Karai R. Subramanian runs a free school for the community A narrow winding road from the Perambalur-Tiruchi highway leads to Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose ‘Undu Uraividapalli’ (residential school), in Malaiyappa Nagar, Karai village. This is an institution that has been educating … Read more

Education Minstry issues guidelines to combat heatwaves

The Ministry of Education has issued a list of guidelines to combat heatwaves for school-going students. Representational image HIGHLIGHTS The Ministry of Education has released guidelines for schools to avoid getting affected by heatwave Guidelines have been issued in every sector from school uniform to classroom conditions. It has been recommended to change the school … Read more

Op-Ed: California’s math education needs an update, but not the one proposed

California students’ math scores have lagged for years and only gotten worse during the pandemic. The California State Board of Education has the task of adopting K-12 curriculum frameworks in accordance with the state education code, which calls for “broad minimum standards and guidelines for educational programs.” The last math curriculum framework was adopted in … Read more