education news articles 2021

Is ‘Coastal Cowgirl’ the Decorating Trend of the Summer? Experts Think So

Dotdash Meredith and Yahoo Inc. may earn commission or revenue on some items through the links below. Here’s how to pull of this rustic-meets-beachy trend Step aside, coastal grandmother—there’s a new decorating trend in town, and she’s wearing cowboy boots. Perhaps you’ve seen the “coastal cowgirl” aesthetic, with its rugged textures and country accents worthy

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Notley promises to hire teachers, education assistants if NDP wins Alberta election

Alberta’s NDP is promising to hire thousands of teachers and support workers in the public education system if the party wins the provincial election set for May 29. Leader Rachel Notley says an NDP government would add $700 million in funding for public education over the next four years. She said the money would go

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King Charles’s coronation sparked challenging conversations in the classroom, say teachers

Mentions of King Charles III’s coronation on Saturday popped up here and there in Melanie Scheuer’s senior social studies classes this week, and when it did, the British Columbia high school teacher invited students to share their thoughts and challenged them to dig deeper. “I didn’t really know what to completely expect of their thoughts

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Serbia shootings: Education minister Branko Ruzic resigns

BELGRADE, Serbia – Serbia’s education minister submitted his resignation Sunday following two mass shootings, one of them at a primary school, left 17 people dead, while the European country’s government urged citizens to turn in all unregistered weapons or run the risk of a prison sentence. Education Minister Branko Ruzic is the first Serbian official

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What Ontario’s education curriculum says about the environment

Classrooms across the province will hold Earth Day-themed events and activities to mark the annual environmental celebration. But what’s being taught about the environment during the rest of the school year? Ontario’s education curriculum lays out, in broad strokes, everything that’s supposed to be taught in schools, and includes information on environmental matters. This is

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Province announces 2,000 student spaces at new charter school hub

Article content Alberta Education has unveiled its new charter school hub near the University of Calgary, investing up to $118 million to purchase and renovate office spaces expected to house up to 2,000 students in the next few years. Article content An integral component of Budget 2023’s commitment to what the province has called choice

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