Financing education, imperative for ‘peaceful, prosperous, stable societies’ – UN chief – UN News

Secretary-General António Guterres, speaking alongside his Special Envoy for Global Education, Gordon Brown, drew attention to the critical issue of innovative financing for education.

He reminded that the “world is experiencing multiple crises”, and governments, businesses and families everywhere are feeling the financial strain.

Moreover, since the COVID-19 pandemic began,…….

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Statement from US Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona on New COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility for Children Ages 5 and Younger – US Department of Education

U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona issued the following statement regarding COVID-19 vaccine eligibility for children ages 5 and younger:

“Today, parents and families of about 20 million children in America under age five received news that their babies, toddlers, and preschoolers are now eligible for COVID-19 vaccines. This is a historic milestone in our nation’s recovery f…….

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Diversifying Teacher Education: Moving Beyond Recruitment | Diverse – Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

In 2016, the United States Department of Education published a report on the State of Racial Diversity in the Educator Workforce. This report highlighted a critical need to diversify teacher education. With over 50% of the students in public education being students of color, teachers of color are clearly underrepresented at around 18% (2016, US Dept. of Ed.). While the overall numbers of…….

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California Distributes $108.6 Million to Create Regional Education-to-Career Pipelines | California Governor – Office of Governor Gavin Newsom

California’s ground-breaking K-16 Education Collaboratives Grant Program will provide new pathways to career opportunities for students in their local communities, addressing longstanding equity challenges in higher education and workforce participation

SACRAMENTO – The Department of General Services (DGS), Office of Public School Construction, and the Foundation …….

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Idaho should follow West Virginia’s Lead in education freedom – Idaho EdNews

In recent years West Virginia has gone from being a school choice laggard to one of the nation’s leading states for providing families and parents with maximum choice and opportunities for how and where students learn. This transformation has benefited from West Virginia never having passed a Blaine Amendment, which Idaho and other states have used over the decades to discriminate against r…….

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