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What's my job? My principles of education

Only the educated are free. – Epictetus

It sounds trite, and a little idealistic, as do so many platitudes about education. But increasingly, it’s true. As higher education becomes ever more accessible, and Australia transitions to a knowledge economy, only the educated are going to have the freedom to make choices about their career, whether to buy a home, where to travel, and all the other wondrous things we associate with having “the good life”.

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Dance Advocacy

Advocacy; from the 14th century Latin term meaning “to call”. And that is what I want to do, call people’s attention to the incredible artistic creativity and physical prowess that is involved in dance. 478 more words


Jamaican Research: Rationalise the professional roles and responsibilities of an effective school counsellor within the Jamaican school context - Part 3

By: Denise N. Fyffe.
Copyright © 2014, Denise N. Fyffe

Responsibilities to Students

The professional school counsellor has a primary obligation to the student, who is to be treated with respect as a unique individual… 431 more words


Industrial Designers Are Essential To L.A.'s Business Community

The concept, style and function of each manufactured product on the consumer market were developed by an industrial designer. These highly skilled visionaries blend the fields of business, engineering and art to create such commodities as toys, gadgets, home appliances and motor vehicles. 363 more words


Natural ability without education has more often raised a man to glory and virtue than education without natural ability. – Marcus Aurelius

New Principal Appointed for Midleton College, County Cork

Dr Edward Gash, who currently teaches in the Science Department at Bandon Grammar School has been appointed new Principal of Midleton College, County Cork.  Midleton College is a Church of Ireland, co-educational day and boarding school which was founded in 1696. 539 more words