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Cengage combines its forces with McGraw-Hill Education

The big-time publishers McGraw-Hill Education and Cengage have announced joint plans by merging their forces. The announcement reveals that both the publishers will operate under a single name, "McGraw Hill."

Educational debts are weighing the US down

The democratic political candidates are proposing some of the lucrative options to tackle the situation of educational debt in the country. Nevertheless, the propositions are nothing more than a no-win scenario.  T

Damian Hinds is making plans to bring international education to the UK

In an event which took place earlier this week, the Education Minister, Damian Hinds had reportedly spoken to the higher education sector. The Education Minister is trying to promote his ambitions regarding the internati

The education consultant firm in the UK will clobber the ordeals that Independent School Sector faces

Variations in the economic policies, governments, inflation of cost and unemployment are targeting the fragile independent school sector of the United Kingdom. By the looks of it, in the future years and months, things a

The coding education of Singapore is better than Hong Kong

There is a specific team in Singapore that curates a specialized teaching resource based on computer coding, given the coding was introduced and perfected in Hong Kong. Nevertheless, many people are anxious to know why d

Community colleges will bridge the gap in education across the US

If a person opts for higher education in the US, there is a highly likely chance that the person or their families will get engulfed in debt. And this has been going on for a long time. As of now, more than 44 million p

The Canadian Universities do not have scandals related to college admission

Around ten years ago, Janice Aurini interviewed around 41 parents who were from the upper-middle classes in Canada. Aurini asked the parents as to where they want the children to gain their education. Grace, one of the p

The free college plans by Elizabeth Warren is going to benefit the rich

  Senator Elizabeth Warren has reportedly made waves with the comprehensive plan for eliminating the debts that students across the country have taken. Warren also said that she wants to make education at the pub

Pre-primary class in Nova Scotia gives the kids with a head start in learning

Nova Scotia has reportedly made an investment in universal early childhood education. By the looks of it, the recent investment will help to shape a very distinctive future for the young generation of the province along