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Adams 14 school board member resigns

For the third time in about three years, an Adams 14 board member has resigned midterm. Regina Hurtado, elected just…

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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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