Rutgers and Tel Aviv Strengthen Partnership with NJ Innovation Hub Plans

Rutgers and Tel Aviv Strengthen Partnership with NJ Innovation Hub

The US institution signed a memorandum of understanding with its Israeli counterpart in Tel Aviv that will further strengthen their partnership, which was also virtually attended by New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy. The deal will see Tel Aviv collaborate with Rutgers on the New Jersey facility, which will house a new translational research facility and … Read more

SC asks the CBSE committee to re-examine the complaint of some students regarding the grades of class 12

SC asks the CBSE committee to re examine the complaint of

On Thursday, the Supreme Court asked the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) committee to re-examine complaints raised by some class 12 students from a Gujarat-based school regarding the assignment of grades. The superior court said that the interested committee of the board would examine the complaint and record the reasons for rejecting or accepting … Read more

Update Shows Undergraduate Enrollment Decline Will Increase To 3.5% This Fall

Update Shows Undergraduate Enrollment Decline Will Increase To 35 This

Dive Summary: Undergraduate enrollment plunged 3.5% this fall, according to the latest data of the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center. The figures, based on nearly three-quarters of the institutions that reported their enrollment as of October 21, largely match the organization’s figures. released last month. Overall, higher education enrollment is 2.6% below last year’s figures. … Read more

Two passions, one mission

Two passions one mission

From taking care of her sister to creating a caring society, Charmaine Ong, a second-year business student at NTU, combines her interest in business analytics with her passion for social work. Caring for a loved one living with a mental health problem can be challenging. However, for 21-year-old Charmaine Ong Chen Hui, it gave her … Read more

‘No one can say that I hid in Ofqual’s attic’

No one can say that I hid in Ofquals attic

More on this topic Recent Articles Ofqual’s new chief regulatory officer, Dr. Jo Saxton, doesn’t make it easy. After running an academic trust founded by former minister of academies Lord Nash, he created his own, Turner Schools, in Kent, from scratch. Not only that, he took over two schools in need of major rehabilitation after … Read more

International students celebrated as a foreign policy imperative during IEW

International students celebrated as a foreign policy imperative during IEW

Secretary of State Antony Blinken remembered that the United States “recognizes that international education is an integral part of building and maintaining a more democratic, secure, and prosperous world,” while fellow Undersecretary of State Wendy R. Sherman emphasized that international education is “more important today than ever “. International exchanges are essential for diplomacy, innovation, … Read more

Detroit parents weigh in on December remote instruction days

Detroit parents weigh in on December remote instruction days

Detroit parents largely voiced their support Thursday for the Detroit school district’s plan to return to remote instruction for three Fridays in December. On social media and in a conversation with Chalkbeat, the announcement sparked debate among parents, with many supporting what they saw as the district’s efforts to keep buildings safe. Others declined, saying … Read more

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