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Clarke eyes greater gov’t pre-primary spend, means-based financing of tertiary education | Lead Stories

With administrators continuing to be on the edge of their seats, to see whether there will be a surge in teacher migration come August, Dr. Nigel Clarke, minister of finance and the public service, has reiterated that Jamaica spends the second highest on education among the Caribbean territories. While speaking at the closing ceremony for […]

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Opinions | The Supreme Court Has Banned Affirmative Action. What’s Next for College Admissions?

As of last week, universities face a new legal constraint: the Supreme Court has severely restricted the use of race as a factor in admissions. Nothing in its decision, however, frees universities from their moral obligation to create on-ramps for talented students from all backgrounds. Talent exists everywhere; opportunity does not. Finding it and nurturing

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5 Essential Strategies for ESL Teachers –

What can educators do to improve student learning? Here is where Culturally Responsive Teaching comes into play. Culturally Responsive Teaching is also called Culturally Relevant Teaching. Nowadays, educators aim to implement Culturally Responsive Teaching rather than Traditional Teaching Methods. Essentially, the main purpose of implementing Culturally Responsive Teaching strategies in ESL classrooms is to create

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Education Secretary Miguel Cardona refuses to answer ‘What is a woman?’

Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona repeatedly refused to offer a definition of a woman during an Appropriations Committee hearing on the Department of Education’s budget Tuesday. During the hearing, the first time Cardona was tested before the Republican-controlled House of Representatives, Rep. Andrew Clyde (R-GA) asked the secretary to define what a woman is. WATCH:

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In the quest to transform education, putting purpose at the center is key

Education systems transformation is creating buzz among educators, policy makers, researchers and families. For the first time, the UN secretary general convened the Transforming Education Summit around the subject in 2022. In tandem, UNESCO, UNESCO Institute for Statistics, UNICEF, the World Bank, and the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) co-authored “From Learning Recovery

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