Crowdsourcing Could Lead to Better Water in Rural India

A three-continent research consortium is evaluating a novel environmental crowdsourcing technique for assessing water quality in India. The technique relies on 53-cent test kits and the nation's ubiquitous mobile phone service.

India's lost generation: A systemic risk?

Despite India's huge talent pool of graduates, few are equipped with skills to be gainfully employed.

Naperville students raise money to build school in Ghana

All it took was the announcement of a Naperville middle school's quest to raise $25,000 to build a school in Ghana for the connections to start pouring in.

Teachers believe punishing a kid is 'normal' and in Indian 'culture'

Blame education policy which gives students an upper hand in the classroom

Is Entrepreneurship Education Weakening in America?

Since 2009, fewer Americans say their schools encourage the development of entrepreneurial principles.

Brandman University School of Extended Education Announces Partnership With ASQ

Brandman University's School of Extended Education, one of five schools within Brandman University, well-recognized for its rich history of supporting adult learners, today announced its partnership with ...

Indian expatriate in Saudi Arabia wins national award back home

A principal of an Indian school in Saudi Arabia has received recognition from the Indian government for his valuable contribution to the field of education over the last 37 years, a media report said Monday.

Kareena Kapoor: I didn't enjoy going to school as I felt left out for being an average student

The 33-year-old actress said as a kid she would not get any attention from her teachers for not being a front bencher.

Teachers did not give me attention for not being a front bencher: Kareena Kapoor

Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor says she did not like going to school as she felt left out for being an average student. The 33-year-old actress, who is UNICEF's celebrity advocate for education in India, said as a kid she would not get any attention from her teachers for not being a front bencher.

Tripura to arrange for Modi's Teachers' Day address

The Left Front government in Tripura would make arrangements so that school students can listen to the live telecast of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's address to pupils on Teachers' Day, a state minister said Tuesday.