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  • Discover Emerging Trends in Online Higher Education
    As online education enrollment growth slows, programs are exploring new formats to appeal to students. Below is a look at three emerging trends in online instruction through the lens of institutions that are among the leaders in their implementation: synchronous instruction, gamification and project-based learning. -- Synchronous instruction: In the online master's in social work program at the University of Southern California, students in their first semester participate in a virtual field practicum. Instead of being placed in a partner agency to do traditional field placement work with live clients, students spend four hours a week using videoconferencing and other interactive tools to receive synchronous -- or real-time -- instruction.

  • Report urges Sweden to reform failing school system
    STOCKHOLM (AP) — An international report says Sweden needs to urgently address the declining performance of its schools, a growing embarrassment for the Scandinavian welfare state.

  • Summer camps with a mission: To create cybersecurity experts

    In this July 23, 2014 photo released by Dakota State University, Josh Pauli teaches programming to high school students at the GenCyber Camp on the school's campus in Madison, S.D., It was one of six camps held nationally in 2014 that were funded by the National Science Foundation and National Security Agency. With the increased demand, the NSA and NSF are collaborating to host 43 GenCyber summer camps in around the country in the 2015. (Erica Clements/Dakota State University via AP)MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — At Vermont's Norwich University, 20 high school students will build computers they'll be able to take home. At Dakota State University in South Dakota, about 200 students will learn about programming. In Southern California, 250 middle school Girl Scouts will be given tiny computers, the chance to fly drones and earn special patches.




  • Ivory Coast says striking teachers' salaries can rise

    Ivory Coast President Alassane Ouattara, pictured here in Anyama on April 11, 2015, announced that civil servants' salaries can finally increase after more than two decadesIvory Coast President Alassane Ouattara used the May 1 Labour Day holiday Friday to announce that civil servants' salaries can finally increase after more than two decades. His announcement comes at a time when the west African nation's schools are paralysed by a teachers' strike -- they will be among the beneficiaries of the new move. "The salaries of all civil servants will be unfrozen from today," Ouattara told several hundred people at a ceremony to mark May 1. Civil servants' pay has been frozen in Ivory Coast since the mid-1980s.




  • College Students Join Freddie Gray Protests

    College Students Join Freddie Gray ProtestsThe death of Freddie Gray—the young black man who died mysteriously after being taken into police custody in Baltimore—has inspired protests in New York, Chicago, Minneapolis, and even outside the U.S. Embassy in London. College students are driving many of the protests. Thursday evening on the University of Michigan campus, for instance, hundreds of students gathered for a candlelight vigil to stand in solidarity with the protests across the country triggered by Gray’s death but also to protest police brutality in general. “It’s really important for me to show solidarity, to be active in the fight, to show that we care, and that we’re paying attention—and that we want something to change,” said Lauren Seale, a 24-year-old medical student.




  • Sentences cut for 3 ex-educators in Atlanta cheating scandal

    Fulton County Superior Court Judge Jerry Baxter holds a re-sentencing hearing in Fulton County Superior Court, Thursday, April 30, 2015 in Atlanta. Baxter reduced the sentences for Sharon Davis-Williams, Michael Pitts, Tamara Cotman, Sharon Davis-Williams. Each was given three years in prison and seven on probation. They were also fined and sentenced to community service. ( Kent D. Johnson/Atlanta Journal-Constitution via AP, Pool)ATLANTA (AP) — A judge sharply reduced the sentences Thursday for three former Atlanta public school educators who received the harshest prison terms in the trial stemming from the city's standardized test cheating scandal.




  • Judge eases prison time for three educators in Atlanta testing scandals
    By David Beasley ATLANTA (Reuters) - A judge on Thursday cut the prison sentences by more than half for three former Atlanta public school administrators who had received the harshest punishments for convictions in a widespread test-cheating scandal. Fulton County Superior Court Judge Jerry Baxter reduced the time the defendants will have to spend in prison to three years from seven, explaining in court that he was not comfortable with the harsher sentences he initially doled out. "I want to modify the sentence so I can live with it." Former area directors Tamara Cotman, Sharon Davis-Williams and Michael Pitts were the three highest-ranking school officials found guilty this month on conspiracy charges arising from a state investigation that uncovered pervasive cheating in the Georgia city's schools on 2009 standardized tests. A prosecutor said the three-year prison sentences were in line with what the district attorney's office had recommended.

  • Detroit school system to split under Michigan governor's plan
    (Reuters) - Michigan Governor Rick Snyder on Thursday proposed a dramatic restructuring of Detroit's public school system, which remains financially and academically troubled despite years of state oversight. The Detroit Public Schools, run by a state-appointed emergency manager, and its elected school board would continue to exist but only for the purpose of eliminating the district's $483 million operating deficit. A new Detroit Education District, managed by a seven-member board initially appointed by the governor and Detroit's mayor, would take operating control of the schools. "The schools will be a vital part of Detroit's continuing comeback, and this plan represents state and city leaders working together on a long-term solution," Snyder said in a statement.

  • Burundi sends college students home amid unrest

    Two men carry a suitcase past a burning barricade in Bujumbura, Burundi Thursday, April 30, 2015, after the government issued and ordered for all university campuses to close down. Bujumbura has been hit by street protests since Sunday as the security forces confront demonstrators who say a third term for President Pierre Nkurunziza would violate the country's constitution. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)BUJUMBURA, Burundi (AP) — Burundi's national university was abruptly closed on Thursday amid protests in the capital that persisted with barricades burning in some neighborhoods.




  • Learn to Teach With Scholarships for Educators
    Fortunately, to help minimize that debt, there are plenty of scholarships and other financial aid options available for those who are called to teach. The only catch is that if you receive an award, the grant commitment requires you to spend four years after you graduate teaching in a high-need field at a school serving low-income students. These awards are distributed by individual colleges and universities, so if you're going into STEM education, check with your financial aid office. Future teachers can also find plenty of private scholarships.


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