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- What Makes American Public Education (APEI) a New Buy Stock
American Public Education
(APEI) might move higher on growing optimism about its earnings prospects, which is reflected by its upgrade to a Zacks Rank #2 (Buy).
Zacks. Wednesday, 11 Nov 2020.
- Leaders need education on bias to stamp out inequality: Boeing executive
Ted Colbert, CEO of Boeing Global Services, says company leaders need to look at biases and their own behavior in order to stamp out inequality.
CNBC. Wednesday, 11 Nov 2020.
- Exams SHOULD be held in 'some form' in England chair of Education Select Committee says
Mr Halfon said scrapping exams is not an option. Instead he said the Government needed to work with schools to asses how much 'lost learning' there has been for pupils and the 'catch up' needed.
Daily Mail. Wednesday, 11 Nov 2020.
- Covid-19: GCSE and A-level exams 'will go ahead in NI in 2021'
Northern Ireland's education
minister says exams will be held in the summer despite cancellation calls.
BBC News. Tuesday, 10 Nov 2020.
- Skills development in Physical AI could give birth to lifelike intelligent robots
New research suggests combining educational topics and research disciplines to help researchers breathe life into lifelike intelligent robots.
Science Daily. Tuesday, 10 Nov 2020.
- With Malice Toward None: The Role Of Civics Education In The 2020 Election
The election appears to be over, but how might the distrust and vitriol that has so infected our civic life of late recede? It turns out that history is our guide. Our history - one that is rarely taught, dissected or relished.
Forbes. Tuesday, 10 Nov 2020.
- GCSE and A-level exams in Wales cancelled for 2021
Assessments done under teacher supervision will replace exams, the education
BBC News. Tuesday, 10 Nov 2020.
- Lincoln (LINC) to Report Q3 Earnings: What's in the Cards?
Efficient distance learning programs & cost-saving moves are likely to reflect on Lincoln Educational Services' (LINC) Q3 results. Yet, challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic may have been woes.
Zacks. Tuesday, 10 Nov 2020.
- Wales scraps GCSE, AS and A-level exams for 2021 to ensure 'fairness'
Students in Wales will not take exams for their GCSEs, AS-levels or A-levels next summer, Wales's education
minister has announced.
Sky News. Tuesday, 10 Nov 2020.
- New Miss USA is Mississippi's Asya Branch
Branch was the first Black Miss Mississippi USA. In her final statement, she called for better gun safety training and education
but said, "It's important that we not ban guns."
CBS News. Tuesday, 10 Nov 2020.
- For-profit schools losing influential Education Department friends after election
For-profit colleges never had a better friend in the Cabinet than outgoing Education
Secretary Betsy DeVos. ...
Washington Times. Monday, 9 Nov 2020.
- This Military Vet-Turned-Fintech Entrepreneur Uses Education and Communication to Grow His Business
Mac Angelo credits the Army with instilling his most important management lessons.
Entrepreneur. Monday, 9 Nov 2020.
- Study finds surprising diversity in early child care
A new study of kindergarteners in one Midwestern state identified seven different pathways the children took in their early education
and care before arriving at school. ...
Science Daily. Monday, 9 Nov 2020.
- Billy Joel congratulates Joe Biden, Kamala Harris after previously saying 'I try to stay out of politics'
The musician also hopes to be able to work with the future first lady, Dr. Jill Biden, on music education
Fox News. Monday, 9 Nov 2020.
A study examined several areas that bore the brunt of the Blitz - including Coventry and Hull. It discovered a pattern of lower education
results and higher income deprivation in these areas.
Daily Mail. Saturday, 7 Nov 2020.
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