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"We were grateful to have him back"- A parent talks about the impact of COVID19

What is it like to be a parent waiting for your child to return home as a disease sweeps across the globe, closing borders and flooding hospitals? Here is a first-person account.

Are you ready for a lifetime of learning?

With closures in 188+ countries last year that impacted over 90% of the world’s student population, education has been changed forever. What does that mean for the degree? Here are a few salient thoughts.

Delhi exam topper shares study tips

April 14, 2021 |
Shivang Singh, a class 12 student of the Scottish High International School, Gurgaon, ranked second in Delhi and the National Capital Region, in the ISC exam, scoring 98.75% in science. He has a full scholarship offer from Hong Kong University. In a Facebook Live session on June 9, 2017, he chatted with BrainGain Magazine's Skendha Singh about the secrets of his success, his exam-time stress-busting strategies, and his future plans. He also offered some tips for students and their parents, and talked about the lasting impact of his participation in 2016 of the Knowledge@Wharton High School Global Young Leaders Academy at the University of Pennsylvania.

How Artificial Intelligence is Transforming Education

The application of AI in education and learning will increase by 47.5 percent by 2021, according to a study. What does that mean for academics?

An Empty Nester's Perspective on Cutting the Apron Strings

The author shares her touching first-hand experience of sending her children off to college with disarming candor, wit and wisdom.

It's all about us parents: 5 important things to consider before sending your child to study abroad

On World Parent’s Day, here is Julia Regul Singh talking about how her parents helped her successfully study abroad and what you can do to help your child along on this journey of a lifetime.

Inclusive learning technologies can improve access to education

When COVID19 mandated the use of technology in classrooms across the globe – it exposed the digital divide. Access remained as large a question mark as ever. But there is hope. Inclusive learning technologies designed for children with specific needs may play a crucial role in improving access.

Book Review: How to Raise an Adult

Author Julie Lythcott-Haims, a former dean at Stanford University, says young people raised by helicopter parents emerge from college without basic survival skills like how to cook, clean, or solve their own problems

The current one-size-fits-all model of education has lost its function

As companies across multiple domains embrace change as the new constant, players in the education space are following suit. In our opinion section, we weigh in on some of the most promising trends emerging in the education sector and talk about why companies must keep a close tab on them to remain relevant in a learner-driven ecosystem. In this blog post, let us take a look at what is fueling the popularity of personalized learning.

MAWISTA scholarships for international students with children

MAWISTA awards annual scholarships to support international students with children. To find out more, read below.

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