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Teacher pay bump passes as Tennessee lawmakers wrap up special session on education

Tennessee educators could get a small pay increase for the rest of the school year, even as state lawmakers who…

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‘Not how it used to be:’ How one Chicago school is confronting the challenges of reopening

Chicago’s Southside Occupational Academy reopened its campus with a painstaking safety plan, a program reimagined for the coronavirus age —…

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ILSC launches blended high school program with TVO

The ILSC High School Program is available online or in a blended format at the provider’s language school in Toronto and Vancouver in Canada,…

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Chicago Public Schools to launch employee vaccination program — but it could take months

Chicago school employees will begin receiving coronavirus vaccines in mid-February, in a process that could stretch out over months unless…

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‘Don’t hurt my children’: Memphis superintendent begs state lawmakers to reject bill threatening to cut funds if all-virtual learning continues

Superintendent Joris Ray posted a video early Friday urging state legislators to vote against a bill that could “defund public…

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Fudan University’s Hungary campus scheduled to open 2024

Sometimes erroneously referred to as China’s first overseas university campus (Xiamen University has a campus in Malaysia), the MoU for…

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UK HE must ensure quality to reach long-term targets

While surveys suggest that international students have concerns around Covid-19 safety and health issues, UK education must focus on continuing…

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How will Quebec vocational programs emerge even stronger?

Before the pandemic, Quebec had experienced a sustained increase in international registrations thanks to the work that institutions and agents…

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majority of Ontario DLIs now approved

Late in 2020, institutions were told by government that they had to put together Covid-19 readiness plans before they could…

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Tennessee strengthens third-grade retention requirements as legislature takes up flurry of education bills in special session

Tennessee lawmakers on Thursday approved new requirements that increase the likelihood of schools holding back more students who aren’t considered…

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