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edsurge | June 18, 2020
More than 70 efforts are underway around the world to use blockchain technology in education, and most set their sights on better connecting people with job opportunities, according to a new report published by the American Council on Education. The report is part of the Education Blockchain Initiative, organized by the American Council on Education and supported by $2 million from the U.S. Department of Education. The initiative aims to study whether and how decentralized digital ledgers can gi...
prnewswire | October 15, 2020
Young children in East Asia and the Pacific who attend preschool show better cognitive, language and socio-emotional development than those who don't, according to a new study by The Education University of Hong Kong, published in Early Childhood Research Quarterly. Dr Jin Sun, Associate Head and Assistant Professor at the Department of Early Childhood Education of The Education University of Hong Kong, and colleagues at The University of Hong Kong, Stanford University School of Medicine in ...
Study International | April 01, 2020
Caught up in the COVID-19 lockdown and need a few online courses to help sharpen your knowledge? That’s where these courses come in handy as they offer accessible, free and ready to use content to keep your brain buzzing during social isolation. STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics whereas STEAM refers to a curriculum where the arts are integrated. While both STEM and STEAM focus on the same scientific concepts, STEAM does it through inquiry and problem-based le...
educationdive | February 27, 2020
USC is entering into an agreement with the Ed Department to make these changes at a time when rules around Title IX are in flux. The department has proffered draft regulations on the law that critics contend weaken safegaurds for sexual assault survivors. They have often claimed that the department, and U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, generally are disregarding campus sexual violence in favor of protecting accused students. But the investigation into USC's failings — and...
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