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Sep'18

Rethinking Education to Stay Relevant in the Age of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

Imagine the world in twenty years? What do you see? Perhaps climate change hits the point of no return and …

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Sep'18

What Students and Entrepreneurs Can Learn from Google’s Project Aristotle

The world feels busier than ever and it only seems to be getting faster and faster (in actuality, it’s not). …

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Aug'18

Made in United States of America

“Patent Pending: How Immigrants Are Reinventing The American Economy”, a report authored by Partnership for a New American Economy, details the …

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Aug'18

Don’t treat college like a full-time job!

You’ve probably heard or read this before: treat college like a 9 to 5 job. Don’t. The sentiment behind it …

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20

Apr'18

Real Facts About Higher Education In The USA

Post-secondary education, which can be acquired in many different settings today, opens up a world of opportunities for high school …

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Apr'18

Help Us Change The Current Education Paradigms

In this TED talk, Sir Ken Robinson (world-renowned education and creativity expert) argues that our current public educational systems and …

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Apr'18

Learning For All

Education is a powerful driver of development and is one of the strongest instruments for reducing poverty and improving health, …

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Mar'18

Something’s Gotta Give

Consider this: We live in an era where search engines have given us the ability to learn virtually anything, look …

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Oct'17

6 Tips for Turning Your ADHD into a Superpower

ADHD classifies as a learning disability. The main symptoms are poor attention span, and poor impulse control. According to the …

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Oct'17

Why You Should Apply Traditional Chinese Values to Your Learning Process

Chinese-Americans have, on average, scored disproportionately higher on SAT math scores and are hyper-represented among U.S. National Merit Scholars. Why …

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