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President accepts education minister’s resignation
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani accepted the resignation of Minister of Education Seyyed Mohammad Bathaei, who is leaving the office to run for a seat in Parliament.
'Education under fire' as attacks on Afghan schools jump, UNICEF says
Attacks on schools in Afghanistan increased almost threefold last year, making it increasingly difficult to ensure an education for children in many parts of the country, the United Nations children’s fund UNICEF said on Tuesday.
Invest in children's health and education to spur economic growth: World Bank
Governments should invest in health care and education for children in order to boost economic growth, the World Bank urged on Thursday.
Age and education affect job changes
New research reveals that people are more likely to change jobs when they are younger and well educated, though not necessarily because they are more open to a new experience.
AI education booming as China cultivates talent
China's booming artificial intelligence industry has resulted in a growing demand for talent.
Somalia launches new curriculum to improve access to education
Somalia has launched a new education curriculum for primary schools across the country to ensure access to quality education for its youthful population, a government official said.
Immigrant, minority parents less involved in children's education
Teachers view parental involvement differently for different students, believing that mothers and fathers of immigrant or minority students are less involved in their children's education, according to research from the University of Pennsylvania and New York University published in Social Science Research.
Toward a lively school environment
By Seyyed Mohammad Bat'haei*
Education inequity holding back American potential
By John Bridgeland & Carmel Martin*
Age, education of new parents can intensify risk of depression
Less educated young parents are more prone to newborn baby blues, according to a study.
Qatar foundation helps deliver education to 10m in war-torn regions
With the number of primary age out of school children skyrocketing in recent years to 63 million, an ambitious international program supported by the Qatari foundation, Education Above All (EAA), is delivering education to ten million children blighted by war and poverty.

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