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Education Budget Cuts, Student Aid Problems And More

National K-12 and higher ed news came fast and furious this week. Here are our highlights to help you keep on top. The president’s “skinny budget” has cuts for education The biggest story of our week happened early Thursday morning when President Trump released his budget outline, historically known as a “skinny budget” because it has few details. The U.S. ... Read More »

Our education system is failing. It’s time to give grammar schools a go

‘The high fees of private schools, unaffordable to the majority, bring social success. This is an unacceptable situation for an advanced democratic country,’ writes Tony Pitman. Photograph: Alamy Simon Jenkins (The return of the 11-plus is Theresa May’s first real Trump moment, 9 March) seems to be happy with the status quo in education, but few others are. Employers are ... Read More »

MAT EXAM: THE UNDERDOG OF MANAGEMENT EXAMS

With the rapid increase in the development of technology, we are a daily witness to innovations that were once unthinkable. The global impact of industrialization has been felt since the turn of last century. It therefore was and continues to be extremely essential to inculcate skills that helps produce economically and sustain the industry, whilst continuing to adapt to latest ... Read More »

Major education bill moves forward in Kentucky legislature

Sen. Mike Wilson, R-Bowling Green, presented SB1 Tuesday to the House Education Committee. Bud Kraft, Legislative Research Commission. The House Education Committee approved a wide-ranging public education bill Tuesday that would establish a new process for intervening in low-performing schools and would repeal the influence of the controversial Common Core in state classroom academic standards and statewide tests. The bill, ... Read More »

Former House education chair talks ESSA, accountability, responsibility to educate all

ucation policy is among the most controversial, often inspiring the most impassioned opinions of all of the federal policy areas. Few have had a front-row seat to the changes in federal education policy over the last 40 years like former Rep. George Miller, who was first sworn into the U.S. House of Representatives in 1975, and served as the chair ... Read More »

Budget 2017: Spend on education sector seen falling short

Sidhartha Shukla Moneycontrol Budget 2017-18 was billed as ‘no-nonsense’ by many, but its impact on the education sector is not yet clear. The government has allocated roughly Rs 80,000 crore for the sector, about 10 percent higher than last year. While the number may seem huge, one has to view it in proportion to the total expenditure. Compared to peers, India ... Read More »

Canara Bank signs MoU with HRD Ministry to start higher education financing agency

MUMBAI, FEB 16:   Canara Bank on Thursday said it has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) to operationalise the Higher Education Financing Agency (HEFA). In September 2016, the Union Cabinet had approved the establishment of HEFA to give a major push for the creation of high quality infrastructure/capital assets in premier educational institutions. ... Read More »

Gaining the Best Life Status with CAPM Mode of Application

This is the best module to help the beginners have better understanding of the philosophies of project management. In the course they will acquire the PDUs along with the certified associate in the genre of the project management. Once you take part in the course seriously you can gain the CAPM Certification at the best. In most cases you receive ... Read More »

All you need to know about CAT 2017

CAT stands for Computer Admission Test .CAT is conducted every year by the IIM’S (Indian Institutes of Management) for the admission into their master’s programs in Business Administration.CAT examination is considered as the basic and mandatory eligibility criteria for admission in various renowned business schools of India. CAT examination is held in the ending days of the month of November and ... Read More »

Read “Uninvested” to Take Control Back From Wall Street

I feel like I should start this book review with one of those “This is intended for mature audiences” warnings. Depending on your involvement in the financial industry, you might be disgusted. You might be insulted. You might even be dubious. Personally, I was left with this attitude of “Sure, just one more thing to be disillusioned about. “ “Uninvested” ... Read More »