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Achieving Guidelines for Raising Successful Children

Whether they get good grades or discover their gifts and talents, most parents strive to prepare their children for success. 

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The Challenge of Homeschooling During the Coronavirus Pandemic

With coronavirus cases still high around the world, students, teachers, and parents have been forced to adapt to distance learning. 

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What is the revolutionary flipped classroom?

We were used to having a traditional teaching mode. However, what will happen with the changes posed by new technologies?

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Educational Inequality: Still a Global Problem

Inequality in education is a global problem that affects from the poorest countries to the richest.

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Does Managing Emotions Increase Self-esteem in Children?

When the little one in the house can identify their emotions and express them appropriately, their self-esteem increases.


Michelle Obama

Michelle Obama's Best Advice for Young Generations

The former African American First Lady has always believed in the power of books and classrooms. 

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Why is an MBA so important in Latin America?

When it comes to thinking about a complementary training for undergraduates, different programs and initiatives for education arise

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The coronavirus facilitates the desertion of Latin American university students

The university always meant the search for new opportunities by the students. However, how to study when it is difficult to survive?

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Latin America has very low levels of English

Latin America is the region with the lowest levels of English

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How people from Latin American can become a nurse in UK

In 2019, it became evident that the UK would have to start hiring nurses from abroad

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How COVID-19 influences education: comparison of North and South America

COVID-19 has resulted in devastating results for various industries all around the globe

Salvadoran girls taking classes on a tree

Salvadoran girls take classes in a tree

Salvadoran students are looking for different strategies to receive their classes virtually

Claudia Bolívar, psychologist from the Universidad de Los Andes in Bogotá

The pandemic is leaving a legacy of sad and lonely children

Many children feel fearful and lonely because they have had to trade their school environments for their homes

Nyajima in the classroom she used to be in when schools were open.

463 million children were left without education due to COVID19

The figure was released by UNICEF recently, just when the world's schools still do not know how to face the reopening

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Classes on television, an option for Latin America in quarantine

Distance classes on television have a recent implementation due to the pandemic. What challenges does this new modality imply?

Woman giving online classes

The women in online learning space

E-Learning has democratized education and provided tools for women for their personal growth

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Top 10 Universities in Latin America 2020

Today you can go to study at one of the best universities in Latin America and realize your childhood dream!

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Google University offers a degree "equivalent to university majors"

It is clear that virtual education came to revolutionize everything. Will it be the end of universities or will this teaching be complementary?

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Is a College Degree Worth Your Time and Money?

Whether you're about to leave high school behind or you want to enroll in classes for a new future, consider some of the following options

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PhD Scholarships for Latin American Students

In the past few years, almost every large college or university across the US greeted an increase in Latin American students