Education and gender equality: PortoCartoon 2022 themes

1640135160 Education and gender equality PortoCartoon 2022 themes

The PortoCartoon, international graphic humor forum, organized by the Museu Nacional da Imprensa, in the Portuguese city of Porto, complies with its new call, with the UN guidelines, with the Declaration of Human Rights, and aspires to a better world , with the help of good humor, and thus awaits the works of the creative … Read more

Honoring 2021 Yidan Award Recipients and Fostering a Global Dialogue on Education

Honoring 2021 Yidan Award Recipients and Fostering a Global Dialogue

HONG KONG, Dec. 6, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The Yidan Award Foundation, the global philanthropic foundation behind the world’s highest educational award, hosted the 2021 Yidan Award Summit and Awards Presentation Ceremony yesterday. The global hybrid event brought together legislators and training experts to debate and discuss the world’s most pressing educational problems and … Read more

Science, social mobility and education

Science social mobility and education

November 26, 2021 – 01:45 To Dr. Michael Gebinoga, who in Germany and among Nobles continues to honor scientific research. Although the most important award of the Argentine Chemical Association is the “Dr. JJJKyle Award”, Chemist’s Day commemorates the approval of the doctoral thesis of the first graduate in Chemistry in Argentina, Dr. Enrique Herrero … Read more

The educational project of a Nursery School in Valencia that defends access to Education – Magisnet

The educational project of a Nursery School in Valencia that

In the world, more than 260 million children do not have access to school, due to war situations, child labor, discrimination or poverty. A figure that increases in disadvantaged areas, causing social exclusion and violating human rights. Faced with this situation, we must not only denounce educational inequality but it is essential to create real … Read more

Education is too valuable to be left to bureaucrats

Education is too valuable to be left to bureaucrats

José Joaquín Fernández, author of the blog La Riqueza de las Naciones. (The Financier) As a percentage of Gross Domestic Product (GDP), Costa Rica is one of the countries in the world with the largest public budget for education. However, in the tests of the Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) we are in shameful … Read more

The footprint of early childhood education in the first 3 years of life

1637377845 The footprint of early childhood education in the first 3

For the Nobel Prize winner in economics James Heckman, “learning begins in childhood, long before formal education begins, and continues throughout life. Success or failure at this stage sets the stage for success or failure in school, which in turn leads to success or failure in post-school teaching. The nobel, expert in the economics of … Read more

Equality education: tell your child that a woman invented Wi-Fi

Equality education tell your child that a woman invented Wi Fi

Tell your daughter that if we have Wi-Fi today it was thanks to a woman, an actress and an engineer with a marvelous brain and extraordinary beauty: Hedy Lamarr (Austria, 1914). Tell your daughter that the queen Juana I of Castile She was not crazy but suffered the despotism of her father, her husband and … Read more

American teacher wins the Nobel Prize in Education and snatches the possibility from an Argentine

1636605955 American teacher wins the Nobel Prize in Education and snatches

November 10, 2021 – 18:47 Keishia Thorpe designed a study plan for students from immigrant families. Achieved a 40% advance in reading. The Argentine candidate was Ana María Stelman, a grade teacher, who managed to get a group of rural students out of illiteracy. The winner of the Nobel Prize for Education this year turned … Read more

This November 12 ends the first call for the César Milstein Award – Aptus | Education, culture, art, education and training news

1636521353 This November 12 ends the first call for the Cesar

The National Council for Scientific and Technical Research (CONICET) and the Pablo Cassará Foundation, through the Institute of Science and Technology Dr. César Milstein (ICT Milstein, CONICET-Pablo Cassará Foundation), launch the first edition of the “César Milstein Award – For research in biotechnology with an impact on Health”. This Award -which is part of the … Read more

“We have shown that there is a causal effect of education on income”

We have shown that there is a causal effect of

When Joshua D. Angrist was asked by LR last Saturday about the possibility of winning the Nobel Prize in Economics, he replied that “the odds are low and I don’t think I will go through that in my life.” However, his prognosis failed him. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences yesterday presented half of the … Read more