Reflection on education to mark a The Hindu In School milestone

“We’re all like Alice in Wonderland, not knowing in which direction to head,” Sunita Gandhi, chief executive officer, Global Class Room, said to an audience comprising school principals and educat...

Marie Bountrogianni named dean of The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education at Ryerson University

TORONTO, April 23, 2014 /CNW/ - Provost and Vice President Academic Mohamed Lachemi today announced the appointment of Marie Bountrogianni as dean of The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education. Since her appointment in July 2013 as interim dean of The Chang School, Bountrogianni has increased national and international awareness of Ryerson's leadership in delivering quality online and ...

Etobicoke schools earn top grade for innovation in education

Six Etobicoke schools were recognized for innovation in education at this week’s 15th Annual Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB) Exemplary Practice Awards.

Research and Markets: Booming Distance Education in India Market Outlook 2014-2018

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Booming Distance Education in India Market Outlook 2018

Ryan International School, Malad awarded NABET accreditation

Mumbai, Apr 23: Ryan International School (ICSE), Malad, one of the schools of India’s largest Pvt. K12 education focused group- Ryan International Group of Institutions, was awarded the Quality School Governance Accreditation for Quality School Governance Systems by NABET (National Accreditation Board for Education and Training).

Dalit, minority kids pushed out of schools: HRW

New Delhi, April 22 : School authorities in India have persistently discriminated against children from Dalit, minority and other marginalised communities, pushing them out of education, a report by Human Rights Watch said Tuesday.

'Rampant discrimination' in India's schools

Marginalised students, including Dalits and Muslims, being denied right to education by school authorities, report says.

Marginalized children denied education in India, claims HRW report

New Delhi, Apr.22 (ANI): School authorities in India persistently discriminate against children from marginalized communities, denying them their right to education, the Human Rights Watch said in a report released on Tuesday. Four years after an ambitious education law went into effect in India, guaranteeing free schooling to every child ages 6 to 14, almost every child is enrolled, yet nearly ...

India Ink: Free Education Comes at a Cost for Marginalized Students

A Human Rights Watch report documents the discrimination at public schools experienced by children in the lowest strata of society in India.

New India School denies admission to 20 kids, Director of education hints de-recognition

Pune: In first-of-its-kind case of Right to Education (RTE) Act violation this year, New India School in Kothrud denied admission to some students who applied through the online process. The director of education (primary) has hinted de-recognition of the school.