5 Must Read Career Development BooksJuly 21, 2021 [email protected]_84
Development is a continuous process. It shows how a person has improved in all or some spheres of life.
Some areas where development is measured or noticed include the spiritual, financial, emotional, physical, mental, and academic areas of life. Even a company’s development is measured. Need reviews about online companies? Head to Collected.Reviews.
Reading is a form of measuring development. Readers are leaders because what you read will reflect the level of development evident in your words, thoughts and actions. Books contain the thoughts and experiences of people. Search for online bookshops for your book needs and more opinions about this topic at opinions of online bookstores.
How then does a career person know what development books to read? Let’s look at 5 of them.
1. Eat That Frog
Written by Brian Tracy, an expert in the world of business, career, and self-development. The book showcases how to … Read More
WHY YOU SHOULD ADD ONLINE CERTIFICATE TO YOUR RESUMEJuly 2, 2021 [email protected]_84
When employers want to hire, they look for different things in people’s resume. Adding your skills will make you a strong potential candidate for the job. Adding your relevant online courses is a great starting point and this will open a lot of opportunities for you.
If you are opting for an online course, there are some gadgets you will need to buy. You can know more about the gadgets and their usefulness by reading computer brands list online reviews on Britainreviews.co.uk. You will get to know about first hand experiences of people who have done online courses, the gadgets they got and how useful the gadget was. In this article, we will be talking about reasons you should add your online courses to your resume.
REASON YOU SHOULD ADD ONLINE COURSES TO YOUR RESUME
- It makes for an outstanding interview
- It shows character
- Display relevant, standout skill
4 Reasons Why The US is Shifting Towards Online Learning ProgramsApril 29, 2021 [email protected]_84
Every year more parents enrol their children in online programs in the United States.
Statistics show that between 2012 and 2018, the virtual learning industry recorded significant growth.
Annual growth of 5.30% increase in the number of students in the eLearning industry was recorded yearly since 2012.
Researchers also noticed that almost all colleges in the United States had at least one online course that was fully offered virtually.
The acceptance rate of eLearning continuously grew bigger as more technological advancement was developed in the educational landscape.
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Moreso, the break of the COVID-19 virus that made governments all across the globe to impose stern regulations to curb the spread of the virus forced learning institutions to shut down.
Students were sent home and a state of uncertainty … Read More
Advantages of Online Education for Young and Old PeopleFebruary 13, 2021 [email protected]_84
Education is one key aspect of life that should never be undermined – the results of education and learning are evident in today’s world. One significant change that came to the world during this period was the global lockdown, promoting online learning.
Aside from the new norm, the world faces many people failing to see the great benefits attached to the online education system. For anyone, including both the young and adult, online education plays a better role for some students than a physical class.
The problem a lot of people face with online schooling is trust. The lack of confidence in the online schooling world causes a bridge between the school and the intending students. However, there are several advantages of online education regardless of your age. Let’s take a look at some of them.
Flexibility and Convenience
There’s nothing better than knowing you could be on your couch … Read More
Ambow Education Announces Inaugural Certification of 100 Strategic Career Planning ConsultantsOctober 14, 2020 [email protected]_84
BEIJING, Oct. 14, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Ambow Education Holding Ltd. (“Ambow”, “Ambow Education” or the “Company”) (NYSE American: AMBO), a leading national provider of educational and career enhancement services in China, today announced that the first 100 trainees have successfully completed the Global Career Quality Assurance program in strategic career planning and received certification since such program was kicked off in late June 2020 on Ambow Huanyujun Education Hub.
In light of the evolving macro environment now unfolding in the post-pandemic period in China, both individuals and enterprises are facing new uncertainties and challenges finding, identifying and securing suitable employment matches. For individuals this means reassessing personal career management strategies and new potential pathways; for enterprises this accelerates the need to adopt new talent management strategies reflecting new market conditions.
Earlier in 2020, Ambow Education teamed up with Dr. Tom Clawson, Founder and President of Global
A growing crisis in special educationOctober 14, 2020 [email protected]_84
Our daughter Mae is 4. She has Down syndrome, and we are fighting to keep her in school.
October is Down Syndrome Awareness Month, and in any other year we would work with friends, families, and organizations to fund-raise, advocate, and spread awareness for those who share Mae’s diagnosis.
But, of course, this is unlike any other year. As the uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus pandemic drags on, we have had to work harder than ever to advocate for basic educational rights and services for all children with special needs.
When schools began shutting down in March, families across the nation were faced with the reality that their children with special needs would lose the services and professional therapies that are provided through public school systems once a child reaches the age of 3.
More than seven months have passed since children have experienced a normal school day. Remote learning is
Akron barbershops, beauty shops provide blood pressure educationOctober 14, 2020 [email protected]_84
Over 150,000 people in the Greater Akron area currently suffer from high blood pressure.
AKRON, Ohio — According to the American Heart Association (AHA), nearly half of American adults are unaware that they are living with high blood pressure.
Because of this, the AHA and Summa Health have partnered up with 15 Akron-area barber shops, beauty shops and faith-based organizations to provide free blood pressure education through the month of October.
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According a press release from the AHA, more than 150,000 people are currently suffering from high blood pressure – enough to fill the Cleveland Browns’ FirstEnergy Stadium over two times.
“The American Heart Association is focused on four health pillars: Tobacco and e-cigarettes, food security and nutrition, women & children’s health and hypertension and blood pressure control, all in an effort to fight against heart disease and stroke,” said Tracy Behnke, Executive Director
LA County Board Adopts New Regional Blueprint For Arts EducationOctober 14, 2020 [email protected]_84
Press release from the Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture:
This Blueprint is an update of the 2002 Arts for All: LA County Regional Blueprint for Arts Education, which focused exclusively on in-school arts education. The new Blueprint presents an expanded approach with strategies that reach beyond school to include arts instruction for all students, across all grade levels, in all public schools; expanded opportunities for arts education after school; year-round community-based arts learning; access to careers in the creative economy; arts-based programs and services provided in collaboration with multiple LA County departments that support children, youth, and families; and a prioritization of historically underserved populations. It is intended as both an aspirational policy statement and a roadmap for practitioners and leaders to advance youth development over the next decade.
The new Blueprint’s goals are to:
- Develop systems and infrastructure that expand and sustain arts education for all
Cabinet approves demerger of Nagarnar Steel Plant from NMDC; Rs 5,718 cr project for school educationOctober 14, 2020 [email protected]_84
The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA), chaired by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has given its approval to the demerger of Nagarnar Steel Plant (NSP) from National Minerals Development Corporation (NMDC) Ltd and strategic disinvestment of the demerged company (NSP) by selling government’s entire stake in it to a strategic buyer, Union Minister Prakash Javadekar said on Wednesday.
With the approval, CCEA has amended its earlier decision taken on October 27, 2016, to disinvest Nagarnar Steel Plant as a unit of NMDC. The process of demerger and disinvestment will be started in parallel and disinvestment of demerged company (NSP) is expected to be completed by September 2021, CCEA said.
NSP is a 3 million tonnes per annum (mta) integrated steel plant being set up by NMDC at Nagarnar in
Addressing education inequity requires aligning state aid to community need (Letters)October 14, 2020 [email protected]_84
It was unfortunate to see inaccuracies in a recent article quoting Amherst town budget chief Sean Mangano about our research on equity in state education aid, “School funding report draws town’s criticism,” Oct. 8, page A10. As a regional chamber of commerce and a statewide education advocacy organization, we believe that growing inequality and economic uncertainty necessitates a statewide approach steeped in equity.
Our report shows that 14% of state Chapter 70 aid for schools (almost $800 million a year) is not based on community need. This aid goes predominantly to wealthier communities at the expense of students in less wealthy districts where the state has not fully met its responsibility to fill funding gaps. The Amherst and Amherst-Pelham school districts receive 1 percent or about $7.8 million of that total.
The recommendations in our report redirect $25 million of statewide non-needs-based aid toward communities that need it the most.