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How do parents protect their children against social networks?

Posted by: Ms. Cynthia Heathcote PhD | 1 day ago

Nowadays, both adults and children are too dependent on social media. Balancing children's online time is therefore gradually becoming a problem for parents...

4 tips to help your child stay safe when using the Internet

Posted by: Prof. Keven Wilderman | 1 week ago

Every parent wants their children to be able to freely explore the world filled with new surprises and excitement, but all of that on the Internet is too much, too much...

When caught violating the rules of tutoring, Chinese teachers could be banned from working in the education industry for life, according to regulations that come into effect later this year...

Graduated with honors at the age of 89

Posted by: Prof. Tania Ullrich | 5 days ago

Mr. Lee Joo-hyung became the oldest university bachelor in Korea this year with a GPA of 4.48/4.5...

Dr. Rajika Bhandari, international higher education expert, shares important things students need to prepare before studying abroad...

Times Higher Education (THE) publishes a list of universities with the lowest student-to-staff ratio around mid-February each year, based on data collected when making world university rankings...

Chinese parents learn to communicate with their children

Posted by: Malika Kuhn | 1 week ago

Many parents look to training programs on parent-child relationships to learn how to better communicate and teach their children, especially after the "double reduction" policy took effect...

Levels in the US education system

Posted by: Carolanne Eichmann | 6 days ago

In the USA, public school starts between the age of 4 and 6 and continues until 16 to 18 years old. You can also send your children to pre-school at an early age. Learn about the different levels of education in the USAschool placement in the American education system...

Education rights and laws in the United States

Posted by: Jessie Hirthe | 3 days ago

Under education law, everyone has the right to a free education. Students have the right to wear a hijab to pray. You have the right to use an interpreter when communicating with your child's school...

Three typical methods in Japanese education

Posted by: Marcelino Mann | 2 days ago

The Japanese believe that by combining Mottainai, Ikigai and Kakeibo, children will build a balanced and productive life...