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Are children being given too much homework?

With some arguing that an increase in homework causes children to be stressed and anxious, and others arguing that assignments can help children learn more about their subjects, the topic has divided opinion. When it comes to the question of […]

Are children being given too much homework?

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With some arguing that an increase in homework causes children to be stressed and anxious, and others arguing that assignments can help children learn more about their subjects, the topic has divided opinion. When it comes to the question of […]

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How to Survive Continuing Professional Education – CPA CPE

All Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) are required to complete a minimum of 120 hours of Continuing Professional Education (CPE) for every 3-year reporting period. This is a regulation by

How online learning will change education

Digital learning is, in many ways, already making inroads into our education system. The internet, and everything surrounding it, has changed the way in which we can carry out

9 Tips on How to Succeed in Academics: See for Yourself

Many students are not able to finish their learning in colleges and universities with the desired results. There are also such poor fellows who cannot finish it at all.

Private Tutoring: Is it Effective in Improving Academic Performance?

When children accomplish and execute a good performance in academics, it, undoubtedly, brings a smile on their parents’ lips. However, when a child’s performance is sluggish, consequently causing a

Cheating scandal shines spotlight on Singapore study

Since its independence in 1965, education has always been a strong area of focus for Singapore. A country that lacks in natural resources, it has built its knowledge-based economy

Kirwan Commission wraps up report

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com The Kirwan Commission on Innovation and Excellence in Education wrapped up its preliminary report Monday during a sometimes contentious discussion over how much the massive $1.3 billion

Leading by Example: Christian newscaster Tim Tooten believes ‘We are all held accountable’

For almost thirty years, Dr. Tim Tooten Sr. has covered the education beat for WBAL-TV 11 News. Tooten is widely respected in the news business and has won a

Maryland lags behind some states on school spending

A meeting of the Maryland Commission on Innovation and Excellence in Education, chaired by former university chancellor Brit Kirwan. MarylandReporter.com photo By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Maryland often prides itself on how good

Stevenson’s higher education success story

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com On Wednesday, Maryland’s Board of Public Works is scheduled to vote on transferring 117 acres of the old Rosewood State Hospital property to Stevenson University. It

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