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Everything You Need To Know About Universal Credit Claim Loans

Posted by on Feb 22, 2019 in Business News and Commentary, Daily, Global | 0 comments

Everything You Need To Know About Universal Credit Claim Loans

Budgeting loan is designed carefully to ensure that the people, who don’t earn an adequate amount to ensure their living, can easily meet their sudden financial needs. This social security system is prevalent only in the United Kingdom. Features The best part about universal credit claim loans is that they are interest-free. These loans are available to the people who claim benefits which are income-related. These loans are govt based. There should be a minimum amount of 100 pounds. The limit for the maximum amount depends on factors...

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Is it Worth Going to University Anymore?

Posted by on Feb 22, 2019 in Daily, Global, Higher Ed | 0 comments

Is it Worth Going to University Anymore?

As valuable as higher education can be, can you imagine that statistically speaking, obtaining it indebts you more than credit cards and auto loans? That’s right, student loans account for the second highest consumer debt, passed only by mortgage debt. In the U.S. alone, student loan debt amounts to the staggering $1.5 trillion, distributed between more than $44 million people, according to Make Lemonade. In 2016, the average student owed $37,172-worth in student loans. When you let those startling numbers sink in, and add to them the...

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Top-ranked Michigan school embroiled in controversy

Posted by on Feb 22, 2019 in Daily | 0 comments

Top-ranked Michigan school embroiled in controversy

Bloomfield Hills — The International Academy is used to getting attention with its ranking as one of the top public high schools in America since 2003. Just last year, the school’s Bloomfield Hills campus was ranked 30th in the top 100 schools nationwide by U.S. News & World Report. But this year, the school is getting attention for a different reason: an online petition is calling for the removal of its principal, and the school’s governing body faces allegations it has repeatedly violated the state’s open meeting...

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Career Opportunities for Introverts That Prefer Working Solo

Posted by on Feb 22, 2019 in Business News and Commentary, Daily, Global | 0 comments

Career Opportunities for Introverts That Prefer Working Solo

Being an introvert is not any psychiatric disorder. In fact, millions of people worldwide want to be known as introverts: it gives them some sense of pride. In fact, introverts are very friendly people but are fastidious about their socializing. Simultaneously, they are excellent workers since they do not waste time on useless office banter and socializing. If you are an introvert, it is quite likely you prefer working solo. Again, there is nothing wrong with this reasonable need. Understandably, you would look for jobs that highlight your...

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Reasons to bring wildlife into your schools

Posted by on Feb 22, 2019 in Blogs, Daily | 0 comments

Reasons to bring wildlife into your schools

In today’s society, kids are spending more time on electronic devices, even at school. While it has greatly increased the capacity to discover new information, it has also meant the students lose touch with the world around us. We are surrounded by many great creatures, and our natural environment is a wondrous thing. But unfortunately, schools don’t embrace it enough, and as a result, the younger generation is failing to appreciate wildlife, and the various habitats of the animals on earth. Focusing strongly on teaching children about nature...

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England’s school system is in crisis – could Labour’s National Education Service be the solution?

Posted by on Feb 21, 2019 in Daily, Featured, Global, Higher Ed | 0 comments

England’s school system is in crisis – could Labour’s National Education Service be the solution?

Alpesh Maisuria – England’s education system is reaching crisis point. A major problem is the teacher shortage – as schools struggle to recruit and retain staff. Maybe this isn’t surprising, though, given a recent survey found that many state school teachers say much of their work is meaningless – reduced to being merely about capturing metrics rather than real learning. Teachers in England’s schools are under enormous pressure to get good test results for the all-important league tables. This has led to a widespread “teach to the test”...

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Warning over cost of caring for young asylum seekers

Posted by on Feb 21, 2019 in Daily, Global | 0 comments

Warning over cost of caring for young asylum seekers

The cost to councils in England of looking after rising numbers of child asylum seekers has almost doubled in four years, the Local Government Association (LGA) says. It says the annual cost of providing accommodation and care for these young asylum seekers has now risen to £152m. And councils, already under financial pressure, need more support from central government, the LGA says. The Home Office says funding arrangements are “under review”. Local authorities are legally required to care for child asylum seekers without...

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Cuts to Colleges in Alaska have Administrators Scrambling

Posted by on Feb 21, 2019 in Daily, Higher Ed | 0 comments

Cuts to Colleges in Alaska have Administrators Scrambling

Budget cuts are a part of higher education as federal and state funding have dropped off due to rising costs of running colleges and universities. The University of Alaska is now facing a proposed budget cut to the tune of $310 million from Governor Mike Dunleavy, who must bridge a $1.6 billion deficit for the state. The governor offset cuts to the public university system by proposing $20 million funding increase for the Alaskan community colleges, which are also known as “community campuses.” Dunleavy’s budget proposal is an attempt to trim...

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How to Calculate Your High School and College Grades

Posted by on Feb 21, 2019 in Blogs, Daily, Higher Ed | 0 comments

How to Calculate Your High School and College Grades

Thinking back on my K-12 and college years, I remember hearing my parents say “keep your grades up.” If it weren’t for good grades, I might not be where I am, on the second half of a purpose-filled career in the field of education. If you are a K-12 or college student looking to maintain or increase your GPA, you probably have a ton of questions, and hopefully, I will answer some of them in this article. Let’s start out by looking at how grades are calculated. How are Grades Calculated? Every teacher, professor or instructor has their own way...

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China’s social credit system shows its teeth, banning millions from taking flights, trains

Posted by on Feb 21, 2019 in Daily, Featured, Global | 0 comments

China’s social credit system shows its teeth, banning millions from taking flights, trains

Annual report shows the businesses and individuals added to trustworthiness blacklist as use of the government system accelerates System aims to pressure citizens to avoid bad behaviour, although human rights advocates argue it does not take into account individual circumstances Millions of Chinese individuals and businesses have been labelled as untrustworthy on an official blacklist banning them from any number of activities, including accessing financial markets or travelling by air or train, as the use of the government’s social credit...

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