• Virginia students plan to walk out of class today to protest Governor Glenn Youngkin’s proposal to roll back K-12 transgender inclusion policies.—WUSA9, Washington Post • Surveillance video from a Republican fundraiser doesn’t show a clear view of the altercation that led Del. Marie March to pursue an assault chargeRead More →

(This letter is part of a series from The Indian Express where we bring you the experiences of students from different overseas universities. From scholarships and loans to culinary and cultural experiences – students tell us how different life is in these countries and the things they are learning otherRead More →

MCLAUGHLIN, SD (KELO) — The South Dakota Department of Education has permanently revoked the teaching certificate of a McLaughlin teacher for having a romantic relationship with a student. An investigation revealed that an 18-year-old student stayed at Christopher E. Albert’s home on prom night last year. Albert was a teacher,Read More →

In Oregon’s first large-scale student assessment since the COVID-19 pandemic, statewide academic performance has declined significantly statewide and locally. The Oregon Department of Education released its first state assessment results since 2019 on Thursday, following a statewide testing waiver due to the coronavirus pandemic. COVID-19. Some rates have dropped byRead More →

At my medical school, students play a central role in selecting the incoming class. Trained student volunteers conduct interviews and regularly attend admissions committee meetings to provide feedback on applicants. The medical school admissions process is highly competitive, and this level of involvement may seem unconventional to those unfamiliar withRead More →

After the University of Miami announced a new zonal parking system, some students are confused, but Miami officials hope the change will help decongest lots. The changes came in early August and split commuters and residents between three outer lots: Chestnut Fields, Ditmer and West Millett. Freshmen are required toRead More →

NEW YORK, September 16, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–MyyShop, a cross-border e-commerce Software as a Service (SaaS) platform launched by DHGATE Group in 2020, is sponsoring the Yves Klein Blue Themed Cruise Boat Party in New York. Organized by Overseas Student Services Corporation (OSSC), more than a thousand guests, including international students andRead More →

Study looks to urban planning policies to meet student needs MONTREAL, September 15, 2022 /CNW Telbec/ – As the school year begins, finding affordable housing not too far from campus is a major concern for many students at Canada. What strategies are cities using to meet their housing needs? ThisRead More →

This semester, Quinnipiac University Shuttle Routes have been updated to reflect ongoing construction and new parking policies. Blue and yellow shuttle routes are now green and orange. The red, orange, and green shuttles are now used as the York Hill Express, which only runs between the Mount Carmel and YorkRead More →

(The Conversation is an independent, nonprofit source of news, analysis, and commentary from academic experts.) (THE CONVERSATION) The research summary is a brief overview of interesting scholarly work. The big idea Whenever a college or university is sanctioned by the agency providing its accreditation, fewer students enroll in that school.Read More →

By Renee Walker, September 13, 2022 California state lawmakers rallied to lower tuition for undocumented students in late August when Senate Bill 1141 passed the assembly and is now heading to Governor Newsom’s office. . The legislature effectively revised the provisions of California Assembly Bill 540, which dictates the educationalRead More →

A recent psychology graduate in Mexico could lose his license after officials at the Autonomous University of Baja California in Ensanada raised concerns about his strong defense of family and the sanctity of life during a opening speech. Christian Cortez Perez, whose top class ranking in the university’s School ofRead More →

Full-time CDD until March 2024 A key leadership opportunity within the University’s Faculty Services team Offer a competitive compensation package including 17% retirement pension About the Opportunity The Head, Faculty and Student Services provides overall program and operations management for the establishment and implementation of large-scaleRead More →

September 3—Earlier this week, Yuba College welcomed Dr. Tonia Teresh as the new Vice President of Student Services. With this new position, Teresh is now responsible for Admissions and Enrollment, Expanded Opportunity Programs and Services, CalWorks, Career Services, Counseling, Financial Aid, Outreach, Testing, Transfer , TRiO, Upward Bound and veteransRead More →

Earlier this week, Yuba College welcomed Dr. Tonia Teresh as the new Vice President of Student Services. With this new position, Teresh is now responsible for Admissions and Enrollment, Expanded Opportunity Programs and Services, CalWorks, Career Services, Counseling, Financial Aid, Outreach, Testing, Transfer , TRiO, Upward Bound and veterans servicesRead More →

Grand Island Public Schools said it supports the actions of a school resource officer who intervened when a suspected disruptive student attempted to flee Grand Island High on Monday. Part of the incident was recorded, with videos posted on social media. In a statement released early Thursday afternoon, the districtRead More →