If you’re a parent wondering how you’re going to be able to afford to send your child to college, this article will provide you with some useful suggestions. For most parents, though, college is considered a necessity, which is why you want to find some way to make it feasible. It’s essential, though, to be …

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For smaller colleges without the reach of bigger educational establishments like Universities, the digital age offers both a challenge and an opportunity.  There are a variety of methods that it can be used to improve both teaching and the marketing of the college across a wider market. It might seem one of the less obvious …

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If you have children and any sort of aspiration for them, then you’ve probably thought you should be saving towards paying for college for them. But the facts are showing that people are doing little about it or perhaps just trying to avoid the issue. It’s not really surprising, in the current economic climate, many …

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The world of work is changing. The dynamism of the new economy means that education and skills are essential to the UK’s continuing competitiveness in the global marketplace. Individuals and organisations need to make informed decisions about what the changes mean learning and development opportunities in order that UK business can manage the capability through …

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Posted on: July 7, 2014 | Author: dotslash
Categories: Career

There’s sweeping changes planned to academic requirements for foreigners wanting to study in a Russian college. The Education and Science Ministry are dew to publish these new requirements by the end of 2014. All international students (i.e from outside Russia) will need to spend an additional year learning Russian, Mathematics and a selection of key …

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Posted on: March 1, 2014 | Author: dotslash
Categories: College Life

One of the really difficult aspects of assessing education is there is so much conflicting information. For instance in the UK, you’ll find league tables which rate each school but also several forms of these tables – some assessing overall performance, others based on value added and yet more trying to assess the improvement in …

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It’s a position that is held by many businesses throughout the world – are students leaving higher education ready for work?  There is criticism that many education organisations are teaching a much too narrow academic syllabus that has limited value in the real world. For example to take one example, there is often an inclination …

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