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Improving the future of Canadian Education

“Last year, The Learning Partnership held a meeting of business, education and government leaders on the future of education in Canada. The recommendations include: increasing student engagement, better integration between post-secondary education and the K-12 system, focus on creativity, increasing … Continue reading

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“Redefine what education means to you”

“Education is the knowledge or skill obtained by a learning process. A degree or diploma conferred by a college or university verifying that the recipient has satisfactorily completed a course of study. But what does education mean to you and … Continue reading

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Promoting Education in Preschool

“The Eastern Kings Early Learning Academy is located in the old, red-brick Rollo Bay public school, on the main highway just outside the town of Souris, on the eastern shore of PEI. It’s here that many of the community’s youngest … Continue reading

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“5 Pillars of Education for the Next Decade”

“Over the next decade, it appears there are five non-negotiables that both students and their families (read: parents) want in a higher ed experience…” http://www.huffingtonpost.com/tim-elmore/five-pillars-for-education_b_4136176.html

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Salaries for Various Degrees

Check out this list of the top- and bottom-earning potential of many university degrees. http://www.workopolis.com/content/advice/article/the-highest-and-lowest-paying-university-degrees

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Benefits to Moving Education Online

“The trends that are going to be most disruptive and create the most amount of change are those that fundamentally make education more accessible and more available to more people, in smaller and more modular parts.” http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/education/students-are-wired-to-learn-differently-tech-leaders-say/article14749538/

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The Importance of Good Study Habits

“Efficient studying will help you bag good grades and free up more hours of play – so get into the habit from the start, says William Ham Bevan.” http://www.telegraph.co.uk/education/universityeducation/student-life/10339656/University-education-make-it-work-for-you.html  

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