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Teaching Global Children's Literature: What to Read and How to Read
Teachers have the great responsibility of selecting children's books for particular classrooms that serve particular cultural communities.
Family Science alumnae compete in Rio Olympics
Both Witmer and Bam were members of the U.S. team at the 2015 Pan-American Games.
After the Abductions in Afghanistan
Kidnapping of two faculty members at the American University of Afghanistan renews attention on the risks.
Analysis seeks to identify universities that will challenge the global status quo in higher education.
English Learning Platform in China Raises $100m
China-based VIPKID, a platform connecting Chinese children with English teachers for one-to-one online language lessons, has raised $100m.
The Next Revolution has Begun
It is beyond any doubt that modern economies need an educated work force.
Clear Link Found between Warming Climate and Rise in Ocean-Bourne Bacterial Illnesses
A UMD-led, international study shows that there has been a clear correlation between warming of North Atlantic waters, increasing numbers of Vibrio bacteria.
Concern Over NI HE’s Post-Brexit Future Runs High
High levels of deprivation and low labour productivity could amplify the impact of Brexit in NI, Heenan said.
Smith Researchers: Zika Exposes IT Gaps
Incidents like the Zika crisis bring the issue to the forefront, says Ritu Agarwal, Robert H. Smith Dean's Chair of IS.
How Britain’s Brexit Could Benefit Universities Elsewhere
A new survey suggests that prospective international students are already reconsidering whether to study in Britain.