"Education" Blogs & Blog Posts

Conor's CommentaryConor's Commentary

A blog about politics, education, Ireland, culture and travel. I am Conor R...

 
Ancient DiggerAncient Digger

Learning from the past while digging in the present. A journal and educatio...

 
BryanticsBryantics

A daily comment in verse....... doggerel, lyric, juvenile, nonsense, politi...

 
DIY Devotees BlogDIY Devotees Blog

DIY Devotees Ltd provides workshops for women interested in DIY home mainte...

 
Strategy & sustainability - newsfeedStrategy & sustainability - newsfeed

A news aggregator responding to the issue: How do enterprise strategists le...

 
The TravelSphereThe TravelSphere

The TravelSphere is a new travel site introducing readers to the more uniqu...

 
Look from my eyes, feel from my heartLook from my eyes, feel from my heart

This blog revolves around the life of a simple girl who hopes to see change...

 


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Let’s take two fairly obvious data-driven conclusions from the 2016 election and see if there’s any link between them. The first conclusion: Education was almost everything in explaining the results of the race. Donald Trump substantially improve...

Yessir. The evil Republicans running the Accomack County (VA) school system have taken their clue from Donald Trump’s win and started banning books. A Virginia school has temporarily banned two American classics after a parent said her high sch...

While several recent reports have suggested that many student loan borrowers face needless hurdles when trying to reduce their monthly payments through the Department of Education’s income-driven repayment plans, a new study has found the programs...

Original Article by TechSling Weblog: Natural Progression How do you truly learn something? What’s the best way? Is it to just hit the books like … The post The Importance of Making Learning Fun first appeared on TechSling Weblog.

Thanks to fancy new upgrades like neural network learning, translation apps like Google Translate and Microsoft Translator are better than ever. They can translate almost anything you want. But you shouldn’t lean on them when you travel. In fact, I...

The OECD's 2011-2015, 33 country, 215,942-person study of computer skills paints a deceptively grim picture of the average level of computer proficiency around the world -- deceptive because it excludes over-65s, who research shows to be, on average,...

Kids are ready to learn about saving, spending, and more at fairly young ages—but they need your help to really understand. This graphic gives some great suggestions for lessons you can teach kids at each age.Read more...