Education

Kris Thorkelson: Finding Success by Doing Good

Kris Thorkelson has spent the last two decades as an entrepreneur, using his knowledge of sound business management principles, specifically in the pharmaceutical and real estate industries, and technology as the basis for successful concerns. The owner of three retail pharmacies in Winnipeg, Thorkelson is also known for helping millions of patients from around the world gain access to competitively priced pharmaceuticals by launching the online dispensary, Canada Drugs. Today,

Landmark Forum Reviews: Different Perspectives

The Landmark Forum is a development course designed to help people bring about a positive change in the quality of their lives. According to the Forum’s website, these changes will help you find the freedom to be at ease and the power to be effective in the areas of your life that matter the most, such as relationships, personal confidence, productivity and the overall enjoyment of life. Luis Moro –

The Process of Deciding Who to Hire

Your job search can be impacted by many factors. Naturally, not all of these are in your control. For example, employers make many decisions about their potential hires before they officially present an open position. You can increase your hire-ability by learning more about those factors that employers use when deciding who to hire. Establish the Candidate Ideal Of course, this begins with deciding what an ideal candidate will look

Everything you need to know about cyberbullying answered by child psychologist

Parents are often worried about their kids on a matter of cyber bullying and didn’t find the start towards talking on the serious issue with the kids as it is the form of cyber harassment using electronic forms of contact and common among teenagers. The technology is growing rapidly and the use of electronic devices in daily life increases the cases of cyber bullying as they threats the children to

Ethiopia Cuts Off Internet Connection To Stop High School Exam Leaks

A stunning commitment has been announced from the government officials of Ethiopia to fair play and leveling the educational playing field to shut down the internet access during exam days. The state officials announced that the internet connection was cut off during the exam weeks as they not only cut the connection from school but the whole country suffered the same as they want to make the exams fair and

Bristol University Offers Lower Entry Grades For Disadvantaged Teenager

The Leading and top university ‘Bristol’ is offering the places for disadvantaged students with lower grades. The university announced that the courses that require the top grades at the A-level for the students to take admission in the university is changed and will offer to the students belonging from the local schools with low grades as C. The university announced the new criteria to boost diversity among the students and

Art History A-Level Saved After High Profile Campaign

The government has added that art history is saved following the high profile campaign and has now welcomed the creative industry – just a week after in October it was announced that the art history A level has been dropped. The school ministers have confirmed that the imaginative and inspiring industry has been saved for the students and now the new exam and course has been designed and start teaching

UK Universities Launches Course On Philosophy Of Homer Simpson – As Simpson Predicted World Events

The Simpsons were predicting a number of events in the world and also predicts the president Donald Trump as election – the British university is offering a philosophy of Homer Simpsons as a subject. The university is offering the course on cartoon ‘Simpson’ for philosophy – students can enroll in the course to wise words of Springfield’s seminal character. The idea is come to introduce the course due to its

Children’s future is at risk due to shortage of nursery teachers

More than quarter million children are at risk due to a shortage of qualified nursery teachers in private and voluntary nurseries – according to charity. The charity ‘save the children’ warns that kid’s development is at risk when they reached the school due to a chronic shortage of qualified teachers – staying behind throughout the life. All nurseries have teachers who are trained for child care but they don’t have

EU student’s applications in UK universities down by 9%

The number of EU students applying for UK universities is decreasing rapidly – new figures shows it. Data says that there has been 9 percent fall in EU students applying for medicine, veterinary science to early October deadline – the figure is revealed by UCAS the admission services – government guarantee on EU student funding came on 11 October. The previous data and new figures revealed that EU students applied