Education is…
The ‘Education is…’ film is built around real quotes about the power of education, being delivered by real Cambridge students. The students are people like you. They all come from UK state…… (0 comment)

Blessed Maria principal tapped as new CVCS administrator
WATERLOO — Cedar Valley Catholic Schools looked inward to find retiring chief administrator Dale Monroe’s successor. The Board of Education Thursday appointed Tom Novotney to be the school system’s new leader in a unanimous vote. Currently principal of Blessed Maria Assunta Pallotta Middle School, he will assume the new duties effective July 1. “Tom’s leadership… (0 comment)

Wyoming education officials seek $100 million more for schools
CHEYENNE – The state Department of Education is asking for about $100.8 million more in school district funding for the 2019-20 biennium. But it’s still $27.3 million less than estimates show the department may need to fund K-12 education in Wyoming’s 48 school districts. Representatives from the Wyoming Department of Education presented their budget request… (0 comment)

Zuma announces free higher education
South African President Jacob Zuma on Saturday promised free higher education next year to students from underprivileged families, one of the main claims of slingshots that have recently rocked universities in the country. “The government will introduce free higher education and training for all South African students from the poor and working classes, starting in… (0 comment)

Early Childhood Education
Early Childhood Education (ECE) is a major that leads to the Bachelor of Science degree in the College of Education and Human Development. The major is designed for students who plan on working…… (0 comment)

MKMVA welcomes SA government’s commitments to free higher education
The Umkhonto we Sizwe Military Veterans’ Association (MKMVA) has welcomed President Jacob Zuma’s announcement that government will provide free higher education to “poor and working class” South African youth. The presidency announced earlier on Saturday that government would extend fully subsidised free higher education to “poor and working class” youth from 2018. In January 2016,… (0 comment)

Gigaba: How government will fund free education to be clarified at 2018 budget
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba has left it until next year’s budget to clarify how the state will pay for the presidency’s announcement on fee-free higher education. The higher education announcement came as the ANC’s 54th elective conference got underway at Nasrec on Saturday. In a statement, President Jacob Zuma said poor students at South African… (0 comment)