The technology behind the cooking rats in “Ratatouille” and the dancing penguins in “Happy Feet” could help bridge stubborn academic gaps between deaf and hearing students.... continue reading.
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International schools in Asia have seen some of the biggest increases in international school fees, with China retaining the top spot as the most expensive location in the world.... continue reading.
If you are looking for an IB World School in Manila for your child, drop by Domuschola International School’s Open House on 8 Nov (Fri) from 9am to 11am.... continue reading.
Each session of the Parent-Coach Dialogues is led by a Family Coach, who will help you understand your current parenting challenges.... continue reading.
Cal students in the Doe Library at UC Berkeley. Photo: Alison Yin/Hechinger Report When a leading research university announces the removal of more than 20,000 course videos and podcasts from the public, in response to a U.S. Department of Justice ruling, such a move should not go... continue reading.
Education researchers caution that immersive VR, like any technology, may be perfect for some kinds of learning and superfluous, or even counterproductive, for others.... continue reading.
Consider some of these gift ideas that are more heartfelt and a little more out of the ordinary to your loved ones.... continue reading.
This article is published as part of our CSR initiatives. Count your lucky star that your child has access to a decent education. In some parts of the world, children are not so fortunate. Take Myanmar for instance. Over the past six decades, the military... continue reading.
Children under five must spend less time sitting watching screens, or restrained in prams and seats, get better quality sleep and have more time for active play.... continue reading.
Instead of letting an oversized ad banner get in the way of your browsing experience, the new design allows our content to be more discoverable.... continue reading.