Schools should draw up ‘homework contracts’ with parents to make sure work is completed at home, a new report recommended.
After two young children were found wandering alone in Jacksonville in the US within a week, child safety experts are reminding parents and guardians to watch those in their care closely.
More children are living in high-poverty neighborhoods in the US following the Great Recession — a troubling shift because children in these neighborhoods are a year behind academically, according to new research from researchers at Rice University, the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Wisconsin.
While nearly 1.1 billion people escaped extreme poverty between 1990 and 2013 because of strong economic growth that benefited the world’s poorest, "the number of people living in extreme poverty remains unacceptably high, with nearly 800 million living on or below US$1.90 per day," according to a new UN document.
Children who struggle to concentrate in the classroom should be given a ‘personalized prescription’ of video games to boost their performance, a leading neuroscientist has claimed.
First-borns have a new study to lord over their siblings. A study has found that second-born children, especially boys, are more likely to get in trouble.
The number of university students demanding extra time in exams due to mental health problems has surged in recent years, new figures showed.
Managing money can be challenging for many adults, and an even more difficult task is teaching financial literacy to their children, but a Utah-born financial planner has developed a solution that could help parents show their kids the basics of earning, saving and investing their hard-earned dollars.
For most schoolchildren, misbehavior ends with some kind of punishment; the naughty step, detention, suspension or exclusion. However, in Hertfordshire a pioneering school for vulnerable young children is turning that approach on its head. Instead of dishing out punishments, Haywood Grove school in Hemel Hempstead is encouraging pupils to regulate their own behavior and sort out their own problems.
The average number of children born per woman has increased in Iran thanks to the implementation of proper policies, a health ministry official said on Saturday.
More Indian women are enrolling at management schools. The postgraduate program for 2017-19 at India’s best b-school, the Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad (IIMA), saw its ratio increase to 28 percent from 21 percent in the previous batch and 14 percent the year before.
Millions of children in England are growing up in vulnerable or high risk environments, according to a pioneering report, which warns that an ‘unacceptably high’ number face having their future chances of happiness blighted.
Higher intelligence in childhood is associated with a lower lifetime risk of major causes of death, including heart disease, stroke, smoking related cancers, respiratory disease and dementia, according to a study published by The BMJ.
Stressed teachers at a chain of academies in the UK are being offered electric shock therapy to combat anxiety and depression.
Millions lack access to quality education around the world — but how can the international community change this?
Immigrants and refugees, especially those from developing nations, are often portrayed by segments of the media and policy makers as an economic burden, a threat to the host countries social cohesion and way of life.
Dr. Beheshti, a nation for our nation: Imam Khomeini
Imam Khomeini said in a historic message that Martyr Ayatollah Dr. Sayyid Mohammad Hosseini Beheshti had been himself a nation.
The casualties were caused after a bomb exploded at the headquarters of the Iran Islamic Republic Party (IRP) in Tehran, while a meeting of party leaders was in progress.
The terrorist attack was orchestrated by MKO, which at that time was involved in a campaign of assassinations against officials of the Islamic Republic and revolutionary figures.
Dr. Beheshti was considered as a right-hand of the great Imam and the founder of the Islamic Republic on several occasion hailed Beheshti’s knowledge of worldly and religious affairs and his political wisdom.
Imam had assigned Beheshti with drafting the constitution of the Islamic Republic even months before the emergence of the Revolution in 1979.
Moreover, Dr. Beheshti was the founder of student activism in several European and Western countries. Several of his comrades played a key role in managing and handling affairs following the revolution victory at the sensitive juncture of history.
Beheshti was assigned to several responsibilities during those decisive years and in the first post-revolutionary Iranian parliament; he led the Islamic Republic party.
Imam Khomeini, the founder of the Islamic Republic issued a statement following the tragic event and martyrdom of 7th Tir, on June 28 in 1981.A part of the detailed statement come as following:
“Iran nation lost 72 innocent people in this event, and the number is the same as it was in Karbala. Iran nation is proud of presenting such persons who devoted themselves in the way of Islam and Muslims. People's enemies martyred a group who had gathered for discussing about country’s policy…..”
Over 1.5 billion Muslims across the globe will celebrate one of their biggest religious festivals, Eid Al Fitr, this or Monday.
Is it OK for children to count on their fingers? Generations of pupils have been discouraged by their teachers from using their hands when learning maths. But a new research article, published in Frontiers in Education shows using fingers may be a much more important part of maths learning than previously thought.