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)
- McGill's Hospitals Join Forces With Cancer Network
McGill University in Montreal and its affiliated teaching hospitals will be working with the Rossy Cancer Network.
- In Britain, a Return to the Idea of the Liberal Arts
Having been on a continual retreat from the Continent, a broad-based humanistic education is now making a comeback at some British universities.
- Pay Dispute Heats Up at N.Y.U.’s Florence Campus
The American Association of University Professors, the largest organization of U.S. academics, stepped into the fray between New York University and its faculty in Italy.
- Report Ranks Universities by Individual Subjects
British and American institutions dominate a new QS report that allows prospective students to search a list of top 200 universities based on specific fields of study.
- Seeking College Edge, Chinese Pupils Arrive in New York Earlier
A growing number of teenagers from wealthy families in China are attending schools in New York City, seeking an advantage in admission to American universities.
- Money Cuts Both Ways in Education
Power spending on children of the elite may illustrate the dangers of rising inequality. But it may be that the less-lavishly educated children aren't the only losers.
- In Its Efforts to Integrate Roma, Slovakia Recalls U.S. Struggles
Eastern Slovakia’s elementary schools are a microcosm of one of Europe’s biggest challenges: how to bring its most disadvantaged minority into the mainstream.
- Cambridge Tops Oxford in Ranking
The Complete University Guide in Britain gauges institutions on their entry standards, research and student satisfaction.
- Scholarships to Encourage More Japanese to Study Overseas
A program aims to increase the number of students doing short-term courses as part of a broader attempt to make the country more competitive internationally.
- In Myanmar, Classrooms Provide Litmus Test of Change
Repression under the military junta left universities in a mess. Now, signs of looser government control has prompted hopes that the higher education system can finally be modernized.