Private tutoring has become an essential part of the educational experience for a majority of students in Central Asia. Many families choose to invest in private tutoring in order to increase their children’s academic competitiveness and improve their chances of entering higher education.
When life presents an opportunity, says Garine Palandjian, you have to be ready to take it.
Palandjian, who is pursuing an M.A. in Comparative and International Education in the College of Education, recently became the first student in the CIE program to obtain an internship with the... Read more »
The British publication Lancet, one of the world’s leading medical journals, has retracted a 1998 research study that touched off years of speculation that common childhood vaccines caused autism.
The study by Dr. Andrew Wakefield claimed that vaccines for mumps, measles and rubella caused autism, a neurodevelopmental disorder... Read more »
The idea of self-plagiarism “on first impression sounds like an oxymoron,” Perry Zirkel, professor of education and law, writes in an opinion article titled "A Study of Self-Plagiarism" appearing in Inside Higher Ed. "As a matter of intellectual ownership, how could one plagiarize one’s own ideas?"... Read more »