"Our problems right now in India are different to those of more developed nations. India has a poor education system. However, our society values education more than anything."
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Australia is on the Move! Professor Barry McGaw, Chair of the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA), has a brand new national curriculum to explain.
I had the pleasure of speaking further with Chancellor Spahn about his roadmap to develop world leaders.
"The Finns had a crisis," professor Tony Wagner explains. Starting with the principle that cooperation is a key pillar of success, the Finns revised their educational framework.
Educational excellence is about knowledge and skill, but it is also about the socialization of the individual, about cultivating students to have active learning interests for the rest of their lives.
The performance of U.S. students in the 2009 PISA was poor, especially when you consider that the U.S. has the biggest global economy and is among the top 10 countries in standards of living.
American educators and policy makers are trying to figure out how we, as a highly developed nation, can improve our education systems so that America can stay at the top in a rapidly changing world.
"Students should have a voice in how their own data is used." - Kelly Goodrich
A fascinating new study reveals that students want more input in th...
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