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Children are wonderful little creatures. They really are. One day they’re yodeling your name when you’re giving them a birthday present and the next they’re just screeching to get a toy or not sleep early. We can’t change that, but we can help pave their resilience. Resilience will make them...
Online education is gaining popularity quite fast nowadays. In 2002, a state showed that nearly one in four students take at least some college courses online. If you’re struggling to find informative material to learn from, your best option is attending online universities. That’s right. They do exist. Classes, videos,...
In the Arab world, Meditation has been the “it” word among adults for quite some time. Meditation videos are going viral and mindfulness coaches (also called mentors) and centers are making good money. Throwing around words like mindfulness, meditation, calmness and inner peace will get your audience’s undivided attention. For...
During school, we all got nostalgic for these things that kept us jittering in days before the internet made such an impact. If you were lucky enough to learn about them during your computer science or business management classes, you will understand why they were the “it” in the...
In today’s world of social media and 24-hour news, everything and everyone has to have some kind of presence. Schools and educational institutions aren’t exempt from this – having a strong brand presence can help to promote your school, especially to parents of both current and potential students. Here...
The role of a school principal, to say the least, is like walking on a tight rope. They are the leaders who guide a school collectively on the right path. While the duties of a school principal are more or less similar worldwide, we’ve seen a drastic change in...
A good leadership is one of the most indicative qualities of a good school. Take a look at the good schools around you, and what is evident is a startling correlation between school leadership and student achievement. Call him the headmaster, head teacher, chancellor, dean or simply the head,...
According to Entrepreneur Middle East, Millennials spend almost 18 hours a day consuming online content such as social media, texting their friends or browsing the web. This ‘tech-savviness’ might be a concern for many parents because according to them children should be focusing on studies and physical activities and...
Cost-cutting carries a negative connotation. Just as the concept is even mentioned, images of untimely redundancies and sudden lay-offs are conjured up. But cost-cutting should not necessarily translate automatically to a cash-hungry management: sometimes, in the ideal scenario, it is more about providing a better service by allocating money...
Education has moved forward in leaps and bounds, however, the challenges faced by schools in maintaining day-to-day activities are also immense. Handling of school accounts and the financial management areas are no exception. The many innovations in technology have considerably simplified school operations and are doing wonders in the...

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