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‘Global Dream Shaala’- Initiative To Provide Free Education

Global Dream Shaala, an initiative for providing free education to out of school children starting with Uttar Pradesh, launched earlier this week on Human...

Children With Food-Allergies Are Often Bullied: Study

Parents of children with food allergies find their children are often bullied by classmates, as well as parents of other children and teachers, say...

Most Parents Deny To Send Children If Schools Reopen

A majority of 71 percent of parents will not be sending their children to school in October even if schools reopen. With rising COVID cases,...

Extracurricular Sports in Childhood Advantageous For Girls

Girls - but not boys - who participate actively in school sports in middle childhood show improved behaviour and attentiveness in early adolescence,...

Benedict Kujur: A Teacher who Trained Jharkhand Tribals in Hockey

By Nityanand Shukla A government-aided minority school teacher in Jharkhand epitomises the saying 'where there is a will, there is a way'. Benedict Kujur has trained...

Sustainable Farming Should Be Taught In School, Feels Bhumi Pednekar

Sustainable farming should be taught as a subject at school level, feels Bhumi Pednekar. Her observation comes after the actress did some reading to...

463 Million Children Unable to Access Remote Learning During Pandemic: Unicef

At least 463 million children were unable to access remote learning after their schools were shut due to the coronavirus pandemic, a Unicef report...

78% Indian Parents Unwilling to Send their Wards to School Immediately Post Lockdown: Survey

In view of the Covid-19 pandemic, at least 78 per cent of Indian parents are unwilling to send their wards to school immediately post...

Kids Below 10 Years of Age Not Major Source of Covid-19 Transmission: Study

In a fight against novel coronavirus, the researchers have found that children, especially below 10 years, are not a major source of transmission of...

Here’s How Children are Coping up with Online Classes

Although online learning has gained momentum during the lockdown, the shift to online classes has raised many concerns among the parents. Around half, 48 percent...

Covid-19: School Lockdowns Give Rise to Voilence Against Children

More and more children are victims of hate, bullying, and violence online because of the coronavirus pandemic, a new United Nations report said. According to...

School Budgets to Increase by $1.7 Million After Covid: Report

School districts may need to spend an estimated $1,778,139 above their budgets to safely reopen because of the COVID-19 pandemic, a new report says...

Indian School in Dubai Provides Students Free Access to CBSE Learning Resources

An Indian High School in Dubai has given its students free access to Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) textbooks and learning resources online...

Talkative Children Perform Better at School: Study

Dear parents, if you want to boost your childs academic performance, let them chat more. Researchers have found that young children go on to...

Cameroon Starts a Program to Save Its Native Languages

Cameroon is commemorating International Mother Language Day, February 21, by launching what it calls an ambitious program to save its endangered national languages. The central...

Here’s how Late School Start Times Can Reduce Road Accidents

Parents and teachers, please take note. Lifestyle researchers have found that later school start times were associated with a significant drop in vehicle accidents...

Kids More Prone To Miss School When Mothers Face Domestic Violence, Reveals Study

Children are prone to miss school more when their mothers experience high physical violence, according to a new study. Published in the Maternal and Child...

Students with Higher Emotional Intelligence Better Academic Performance

It's not enough to be smart and hardworking and students must also be able to understand and manage their emotions -- a skill known...

Once a Cheater, Always a Cheater

Once a cheater, always a cheater may be a true saying as researchers now discover that students' tolerance for cheating may spill over into...

Eat Your Breakfast To Score Good Marks

Parents, take a note. If you want your kids to score good marks, make sure they had their breakfast, as researchers have found that...

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White House To Display The Moon Rock In Oval Office

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Analysis Shows Batterry Storage To Be Cheaper Than New Coal Power Plants

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Vegan kids may have low level of vitamin D

If your child is fully vegan, then there are chances that they may have a lower level of vitamin D, a new study suggests. The...