Monthly Archives: September 2013

Punjab urged to retain enrolled schoolchildren must stay in schools till matriculation level

SAHIWAL, Punjab government should now focus on evolving a workable strategy to ensure that the left-out children who are being enrolled must stay in schools till matriculation level. Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf MPA Ms Nabeela Khan said this while addressing the participants … Continue reading

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Interns Resist Working Free

Unpaid internships have been around for a long time in the United States, but the number has ballooned in recent years, said Ross Perlin, author of “Intern Nation: How to Earn Nothing and Learn Little in the Brave New Economy.” … Continue reading

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Militants Blamed After Dozens Killed at Nigerian College

The attackers drove into the campus of the Yobe State College of Agriculture, in a rural area just south of Damaturu, the state capital, survivors said. A student, Musa Aliyu, 21, said on Sunday that the attackers had entered the … Continue reading

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A Patchy Recovery in Business Masters Programs

Signs of recovery emerge for some M.B.A. programs Full-time M.B.A. programs are starting to see a revival of interest for the first time since the onset of the global financial crisis, according to a business school admissions survey released last … Continue reading

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End faith school battle urges bishop

education reporter  Bigger faith schools would take the bitterness out of the admissions debate, says Bishop Pritchard The growth of popular faith schools is often blocked because they are used as an ideological “battleground” says the Church of England’s head … Continue reading

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After Curfew: When College Is Close to Home, What Are the Boundaries?

Her mother, Maggie Wirth-Johnson, acknowledged her puzzlement, as Laura’s choices included Stanford, Barnard and the University of California at Berkeley. “But then I wondered why going away to college has become such a big deal,” Ms. Wirth-Johnson said, adding, “I … Continue reading

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Love has disappeared from state education, says private school leader

Michael Gove’s education department was dubbed ‘the office of the Supreme Goviet’ by the head of Magdalen College school. Love has disappeared from state-run education and children are suffering from the government’s “long interfering arm and dead restraining… http://pakedu.net/world-education/love-has-disappeared-from-state-education-says-private-school-leader/

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