Latest news and events
Keep up-to-date with the latest news about our products, and the events we will be attending in the near future.
This November, career and technical education professionals from across the country and around the world will gather in Atlanta at the Georgia World Congress Center from Nov. 28 to Dec. 1 for the most exciting and talked-about CTE event of the year - CareerTech VISION 2012!
- STEM and Green Technologies make a big impact at Peking High School, China
- Hybrid and Electric Vehicle technology at CIAST, Malaysia
- State-of-the-art automotive training resource installed in Bangladesh
Visit us at any of the listed Exhibitions and Conferences to find out how we can help you with exciting and innovative resources for teaching Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths.
International Education News (New York Times)
- Cambodia Trains Social Workers to Curb Reliance on Foreign Aid
A second university program has begun as the country tries to move away from charity.
- 4 Dutch Suspects Arrested in Widening Exam Scandal
The posting of one French exam online has broadened into a larger cheating case.
- Japan’s ‘Science Women’ Seek an Identity
Universities in Japan are pushing to increase female enrollment in science and technology, despite a culture that pushes most women toward the humanities.
- Are Students Who Go Far Away to College More Likely to Study Abroad?
The correlation between going far away for college and studying abroad in more challenging countries has not been studied closely, experts say, but more general indications of comfort level often prove determinative.
- Tablets in Dutch Schools Usher in a New Era
At least 1,000 students in schools in the Netherlands will get iPads, in a teaching model developed by a foundation called O4NT.
- A British Haven for Academic Refugees
The Council for Assisting Refugee Academics, now 80 years old, has been helping the persecuted since the rise of the Nazis before World War II.
- Number of Chinese Taking National Exam Falls Again
Candidates taking the gaokao, the famously stressful national exam that determines university admission, declined slightly for the fifth straight year.
- For International Students, College Checklists for June
College counselors in the United States offer monthly advice for juniors and seniors who want to stay on track during the admissions process.
- Briefly: Education
As compiled by the editors of the International Herald Tribune
- Trade Schools Offer Hope for Rural Migrants in China
While newly minted university graduates face a tight job market, skilled vocational school graduates are in high demand.