LEAD

LEAD is a private institution that aims to deliver quality training courses and certificate programs in various areas in the MENA region. Our goal is to help organizations and equip individuals with adequate knowledge, attitude and skills, based on the latest modern theories, qualifications and practical methods to face different job and life challenges. The delivery approach we adopt assures the maximum gain and comfort through actual interactive training hours, trainee-centered classes and the adoption of technology.

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BETTER TESTS DON'T LEAD TO BETTER TEACHING, STUDY FINDS

usnews | November 13, 2017

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Ever since the federal government mandated annual testing for U.S. public school children in 2001, educators (and parents) have fretted over whether too much class time has been allocated to drilling and preparing students for standardized tests....

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30 UNDER 30 EDUCATION 2018: YOUNG LEADERS WHO ARE EXPANDING ACCESS AND OPPORTUNITY

forbes | November 14, 2017

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What do the 30 Under 30 Education 2018 honorees all have in common? They're not simply shaping education, they've torn a page of the entrepreneurial playbook and are creating new businesses, nonprofits and organizations. Their bottom line: open up new markets and access to lifelong, quality educational experiences....

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RESPONSIBLE FOR AS MANY AS 900 STUDENTS AND UNDER NEW LEADERSHIP, DALLAS ISD COUNSELORS FEEL THE STRESS

dallasnews | November 22, 2017

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School counselors like to describe their role as the heartbeat of the campus. But recently in Dallas ISD, that beat has come with heartburn, as the district attempts to redefine their positions. In October, the district dismantled its counseling services department, moving the district’s 352 campus counselors under the wing of a different division....

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WE DON'T SEE WOMEN AS LEADERS – AND IT'S HOLDING THEM BACK IN OUR UNIVERSITIES

theguardian | December 22, 2017

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while gender equality in the workplace has become a much-discussed topic, we still have a long way to go to achieve parity. For example, recent analysis of the Times Higher Education’s world rankings data shows that in 2016–17, 36 of the top 200 universities globally – just 18% – have a female leader. A slight increase on the previous year, when only 17% were led by women, it is nonetheless representative of the gender inequality that persists more widely in higher educat...

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BETTER TESTS DON'T LEAD TO BETTER TEACHING, STUDY FINDS

usnews | November 13, 2017

Ever since the federal government mandated annual testing for U.S. public school children in 2001, educators (and parents) have fretted over whether too much class time has been allocated to drilling and preparing students for standardized tests....

Read More
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30 UNDER 30 EDUCATION 2018: YOUNG LEADERS WHO ARE EXPANDING ACCESS AND OPPORTUNITY

forbes | November 14, 2017

What do the 30 Under 30 Education 2018 honorees all have in common? They're not simply shaping education, they've torn a page of the entrepreneurial playbook and are creating new businesses, nonprofits and organizations. Their bottom line: open up new markets and access to lifelong, quality educational experiences....

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RESPONSIBLE FOR AS MANY AS 900 STUDENTS AND UNDER NEW LEADERSHIP, DALLAS ISD COUNSELORS FEEL THE STRESS

dallasnews | November 22, 2017

School counselors like to describe their role as the heartbeat of the campus. But recently in Dallas ISD, that beat has come with heartburn, as the district attempts to redefine their positions. In October, the district dismantled its counseling services department, moving the district’s 352 campus counselors under the wing of a different division....

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WE DON'T SEE WOMEN AS LEADERS – AND IT'S HOLDING THEM BACK IN OUR UNIVERSITIES

theguardian | December 22, 2017

while gender equality in the workplace has become a much-discussed topic, we still have a long way to go to achieve parity. For example, recent analysis of the Times Higher Education’s world rankings data shows that in 2016–17, 36 of the top 200 universities globally – just 18% – have a female leader. A slight increase on the previous year, when only 17% were led by women, it is nonetheless representative of the gender inequality that persists more widely in higher educat...

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