Ballerina Avery Gay dances worldwide while taking online classes

Back-to-school takes on a whole new meaning for eighth-grader Avery Gay, a ballerina, who dances around the world while taking online classes. The Scottsdale resident attends the state-funded, Arizona Virtual Academy, an online public charter school that is not a homeschool program, according to a press release. The...
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SAT-prep programs can make difference in students’ scores

It’s college application preparation season, with students narrowing down their school selections and studying as well as they can for the entrance exam scores required. For many students and parents, this involves seeking out a structured test-preparation program, as these can mean up to a 100-point increase in...
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IGNOU to Set Up 5000 Digital Learning Centres | Check Out the Details

India’s most prestigious The Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) is soon likely to set up 5000 Digital learning centres across India. The university is contemplating on starting  5,000 special student centres for digital learning which will be governed by the leadership of the regional directors, Vice-Chancellor, IGNOU....
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Learn Kannada or Get Sacked, Bank Staff in Karnataka Told

The Karnataka Development Authority (KDA) has asked senior bank managers working in the state to learn Kannada in six months or get sacked. The directive has been aimed at the non-Kannada speaking regional heads of nationalized, private and rural banks.The Authority also said that the day to day...
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