From Education Jun 18
The stunning “Bling Ring” star, Emma Watson has been confirmed to cast as lead star for “The Queen of Tearling,” dubbed as the female version of the hit TV-movie, “Game of Thrones.” Watson is said to have already signed up for the new franchise, in collaboration with former Harry Potter producer, David Heyman.
From Education May 29
Actor-director, Ben Affleck has been given an honor that could very well let him forget the great big directorial-nomination snub at The Oscars 2013 for his work on highly acclaimed film, Argo.
From Education Aug 16
Number of top grades falls, even though general pass rate rises for 30th year in a row.
From Education Aug 02
Forbes gave Princeton University the highest grade for its 2012 list of America’s Top Colleges, the magazine’s annual ranking of the nation’s higher education institutions. The list, featured in the Aug. 20, 2012 issue, is compiled for Forbes by the Center for College Affordability and Productivity.
From Education Jul 04
Queen's granddaughter shines with degree result that puts the other members of royal family to shame.
From Education May 28, 2012
Top most universities in the world are predominantly in the US, while UK takes three of the top ten slots in the Times Higher Education’s list of the world’s top universities for 2011-2012.
From Education May 17, 2012
In a ranking of the top 100 executive education programs, the Financial Times (UK) ranks the Australian Graduate School of Management (AGSM) as number one for custom solutions in Australasia. The results consolidate AGSM’s long-standing position as a leader in management education and executive business leadership development.
From Education May 15, 2012
For the fifth consecutive year, Mt Eliza Executive Education has been ranked Australia’s No. 1 provider of Executive Education, and is ranked globally at No. 40, in the prestigious Financial Times rankings released today.
From Education May 07, 2012
Today begins Teacher Appreciation Week 2012, and that means honoring your teachers with a special gift or some other token of appreciation.
From Education Jan 30, 2012
Almost every year, colleges accidentally send acceptance letters to students who never really got in. Apologies are usually immediate, but the emotional damage is already done.
From Education Jan 06, 2012
On a typical day in school, Kush Bhattacharya, 4, can disappear from his mathematics class to enjoy running on the grass barefooted. He hides from friends in a cow dung-made cave and goes back to reciting nursery rhymes in a read bus, which seems doubling up a classroom.
From Education Oct 21, 2011
University and secondary school students flooded in the Senate Headquarters during the education budget committee meeting Thursday and occupied the Senate office building Thursday for eight hours to demand a referendum on how to resolve Chile's social problems, especially education.