The insolent health of private higher education

FRED PÉAULT From the terrace, you overlook all of Paris. The Eiffel Tower, the Sacré-Coeur perched on its hill. “The perfect selfie spot for our Chinese students! », lance, construction helmet screwed on the head, Elian Pilvin, the director of the EM Normandie. In a few days, this business school will inaugurate its new campus … Read more

▷ FLOW starts offensive “Learn and grow personally” with editorial contributions, …

10.01.2022 – 09:25 German Media Manufactory (DMM), FLOW Hamburg / Münster (ots) In the new year, the mindfulness magazine FLOW takes readers on a special journey: Under the motto “Learn and grow personally”, 2022 is all about personal development. Scientific articles and experience reports show how crucial learning is for satisfaction in private and professional … Read more

NASA opens patent library to students for development of new business ideas

Patents owned by NASA now open for students to explore Briona Arradondo reports TAMPA, Fla. – NASA is partnering with Hillsborough Community College and the University of South Florida to allow students to view its roster of patents and see what they can turn into business models that solve real-world problems related to the environment, … Read more

Out of breath, the mother admits that she regrets having had a child: “It destroyed my physical and mental health” – Revista Crescer | education

+ A repentant mother has decided to warn other parents or people who are thinking about having children. In an anonymous forum post Mumsnet, she admitted that she regrets having her baby, would like to “be able to go back in time and do things differently”. “If you’re thinking about having a baby, don’t do … Read more

The Best New STEM Education Resources from NASA-JPL in 2021 – Edu News

In 2021, we added nearly 80 STEM education resources to our online catalog of lessons, activities, articles, and videos for educators, students, and families. The resources feature NASA’s latest missions exploring Earth, the Moon, Mars, asteroids, the Solar System and the universe beyond. Here are the 10 resources our audiences visited most this year. NASA’s … Read more

Income, education, health, gender, climate … The Covid-19 pandemic has further exacerbated global inequalities

The canteen of a textile factory in Dhaka (Bangladesh), August 17, 2021. MUNIR UZ TIME / AFP This is undoubtedly the biggest challenge of the decades to come: how to reconcile ecological transition and social justice? The French movement of “yellow vests”, triggered in November 2018 by an increase in the carbon tax, underlined the … Read more

A meeting in the “Women’s Galaxy” series. An incentive to pursue a career in science and technology

The meetings of the Galaxy of Women series are intended to encourage people to choose sciences, study engineering and plan careers in high-tech industries, especially in the space sector. Three experts invited to the meeting will refer to issues related to following passion, perseverance in pursuing a goal, as well as criteria for choosing a … Read more

School community does not agree with calendar change

About 1.2 million students (from the 1st to the 12th grade) will not return to the classroom after the Christmas break on the day foreseen in the first version of the school calendar: January 3rd. The reasons for the measure, taken by the government as a way to prevent possible covid-19 contagion, are welcomed by … Read more

Education travel destinations the whole family will enjoy

Supercharge your family’s brain power with a visit to these dynamic destinations. Here are five compelling places to consider. U.S. Space & Rocket Center, Huntsville, Ala.. Do you have what it takes to be a space explorer? Visit this other-worldly technology center to experience the Discovery Shuttle simulator, feel three times the force of gravity … Read more