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The 4 Benefits of Learning Music

Many of us consider learning music as important, but only a few see it as beneficial to larger ideas and life skills.

The fact is, learning music provides positive influences for young people as music education offers emotional, social, physical, and cognitive benefits. 481 more words

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Policy Brief | Literacy Without Learning

Sakshi Mehra

Executive Summary

India has made significant progress in boosting school enrolment rates and increasing access to primary education as evident from the fact that enrollments have reached 96% since 2009 and 56% of new students enrolled between 2007 and 2009 have been girls. 1,397 more words

Research

Double honour for VIBGYOR High Group of Schools at World Education Congress 2016

VIBGYOR High Group of Schools has been awarded in two categories – ‘Best Operational Excellence in K12 Educational Institutes’ and ‘Award for Quality in Education’ 298 more words

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Why Is a Postgraduate Degree Important?

For many people, getting a college degree is enough, as it can already land them a good job with good pay. However, in today’s highly competitive world, one has to be highly skilled to be able to stand out. 420 more words

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The 4 Benefits of Learning Music

Many of us consider learning music as important, but only a few see it as beneficial to larger ideas and life skills.

The fact is, learning music provides positive influences for young people as music education offers emotional, social, physical, and cognitive benefits. 476 more words

Cagayan De Oro

Pay it Forward: Making Waves for Africa!

Though Asante Africa Foundation’s LEI Program works in helping young adults carve their way in the professional world, it is just the first step towards achieving a bigger goal… 553 more words

Voices of Out-of-Secondary School Peruvian Youth on School Participation

Jinhee Kim

Although it is widely recognised that youth in secondary education (SE) face supply and demand constraints for participants in SE, the perceived value of SE and the choice of SE participation, particularly for youth in rural areas, are not well incorporated into most educational strategies and programmes. 172 more words

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