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The Workshops will Strengthen Employment and Entrepreneurship Entrepreneurship Students

Cospedal The Government has invested 207,000 euros in the two workshops Cabanillas, for 20 students with six months of training

Spain, May 14, 2013 – The Minister of Employment and the Economy of the Government of Castilla-La Mancha, Carmen Home, said that employment workshops and entrepreneurship that has launched the Government chaired by Mara Dolores Cospedal “are a gateway to the labor market from the point of view serve to self-employment and entrepreneurship consolidate all students. ”

This was said by the Minister during a visit to the town guadalajarea Cabanillas del Campo, where he met workshops Sustainable Rural Development Promotion developed there: Farming and Community Services in Cabanillas.

The workshops have a regional government financial aid of 207,000 euros, are targeted at 20 students and made part of a project manager and a teacher, to “get all the knowledge they are acquiring during collective training can materialize in the implementation of profitable business, with which contribute to the development of Castilla-La Mancha in general and Cabanillas del Campo and the region in particular. ”

Home stated that “after the six month duration of the courses, students will receive a professional certificate, with which they can ensure they are fully qualified to carry out their activities, or to start directly into employment as self-employed.”

Casero, accompanied by the Mayor of Cabanillas del Campo, Jaime Celada, the president of the Provincial Council of Guadalajara, Ana Guarino, and the regional government delegate in Guadalajara, Jos Luis County, has predicted that “the works of Inditex’s logistics center will his lungs. We hope that will be completed in early 2014 and, surely, help to generate around 500 jobs, thanks to the investment of 150 million euros that the multinational will take place in this county, “said.

In this regard, the Minister of Employment and the Economy has stated that “the hub of top international help has also many other companies that decide to settle around the multinational to boost the industrial sector across the province”

Finally, Home has reiterated that “to-day work as firmly the first time to ensure that each day there are more entrepreneurs that are committed to Castilla-La Mancha and, certainly, in that way will the Government as an ally Cospedal “.

Press Contact: Consejeria de Empleo y Economia Media Relations Consejeria de Empleo y Economia Address: Avda Ireland No 14 512-212-1139

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Why Students Struggle with Fractions

One of the most challenging topics in a typical math class is the learning of fractions and their operations. Why does Johnny (Jenny) struggle with the concepts of fractions, decimals, and percentages? I believe that these ideas are not taught effectively in most elementary classrooms. Teachers tend to move quickly through the lessons at this time in elementary school (usually 3rd or 4th grade), and tend to treat fractions as an abstract idea.

When learning to speak, infants are taught to point to an object and repeat the word that the adult speaks. These nouns become the buiding blocks of language, and numbers and counting is done the same way.

Primary grade students learn to count objects in their world, moving on to basic number pattern ideas and labels such as multiples of 5 and 3, and the concepts of odd and even. But these are whole number ideas, and partial numbers (fractions and decimals) tend to be introduced on paper as an abstract idea. In other words, teachers should be repeatedly showing students what a third of something is, or how to cut things up into equal pieces, etc.

I am not saying that this is avoided in elementary school, just that students are not given enough exposure to those ideas. Students should not be doing worksheets where they practice adding fractions with unlike denominators until they can draw pictures of these fractions, or show how to cut them up into equivalent pieces. The concrete learning idea of manipulating objects to show a mathematical idea needs to be embedded into the minds of young learners before they can practice similar math ideas on pencil and paper. This curriculum piece tends to be skipped or rushed in most elementary classrooms.

Students who are not ready to move on to do fraction work (or decimals or percentages) are either unsuccessful the rest of their math careers, or memorize the algorithms and get stuck later in higher level math courses.

Either case requires extra help to survive high school or college math curriculum because the developmental phases in mathematics cannot be avoided. If a student didn’t understand a fundamental concept such as fraction operations, they will not be successful in learning topics that use these ideas, such as solving equations, graphing linear relationships, or manipulating precalculus problems.

So, if you are a parent of a child who struggles in math, take a look at how your son or daughter expresses the ideas of fractions. Ask them to show you what 2 thirds looks like, or what 8.6 means, or to make a model of what percent 8 out of 10 represents. Can they do it?

If not, find a quality online math tutor who can diagnose the developmental phases of what your child has missed in the classroom. A highly skilled, experienced teacher can help fill in those gaps in learning, make it fun, and help your child to once again rediscover their math confidence!

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Teacher Grant Program Now Accepting Applications

The Pet Care Trust’s Pets in the Classroom program is now accepting grant applications for the 2013-2014 school year. Pre-Kindergarten through 8th grade teachers in both private and public schools who desire to introduce a pet into the classroom or already have a pet in the classroom are welcome to apply.

Many school teachers have very limited resources for the support of classroom animals, which is why the Pet Care Trust believes in supporting teachers with this educational grants program. Through the Pets in the Classroom program, teachers can obtain a grant for the purchase of new pets, pet environments or pet food and supplies for existing classroom pets. Teachers can apply for a direct, no-hassle grant through the Pets in the Classroom website (www.petsintheclassroom.org). The program offers 7 different types of grants, giving each teacher the opportunity to choose which grant is right for him or her. Grant options include:

Rebate Grant in the amounts of $100 (for small animal or birds) or $150 (for reptiles or fish) for purchases at any pet store;
Sustaining Grant in the amount of $50 to maintain an existing classroom pet;
Petco Grant, which provides coupons for the live animal, pet habitat and supplies purchased at Petco;
Petsmart Grant, which provides coupons for the live animal, pet habitat and supplies purchased at Petsmart; and
Pet Supermarket Grant, which provides coupons for live animal and pet supplies purchased at Pet Supermarket.

New for 2013-14:

Pet Supplies Plus Grant, which provides coupons for live animal and supplies purchased at Pet Supplies Plus Stores, and
Petland Discounts Grant, which provides coupons for live animal and supplies purchased at Petland Discounts Stores.

The grant program began in 2010 and has awarded 22,793 grants to teachers through the 2012-2013 school year. With a goal of introducing 5 million children in 100,000 classrooms to pets and the benefits they provide, the Trust hopes that the 2013-2014 school year will see a large number of grant applicants.

Steven T. King, Executive Director of the Pet Care Trust, commented, “The newly redesigned Pets in the Classroom website makes it easier than ever for teachers to apply for a grant and to find the resources they may need to select the right pet for their classroom.”

The Pets in the Classroom grant program benefits students by teaching them responsible, long-term pet care at an early age and providing the psychological and developmental benefits associated with the human-animal bond. Studies have shown that caring for pets has a positive effect on children, improving school attendance and teaching children responsibility, as well as encouraging nurturing and building self esteem.

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Loans For Unemployed Students – Higher Studies Are Possible Easily For Every Child

Higher studies in best college are every student’s dream. It’s a big achievement for them. Students who belong to rich families take admissions very easily in such top colleges but students from poor or middle class families can’t afford such high colleges. Hostel charges, purchasing books, examination fees all these things are not easy for them to handle. To help the students in getting the education of their choice Loans for Unemployed Students have been developed my some lenders.

4 types of student loans are available in the market:

Government Student Loans: These loans are provided directly to the students by the Department of Education and they have to repay the amount with interest charged after completion of their studies. The interest charged is low and the amount issued is decided by the lender.

Private Student Loans: Private institutions like bank and lenders issue these loans. Loan is given to the student and has to be returned after completing the studies. The interest charged on these loans is higher than government student loans.

Parent Student Loans: These loans are granted to the parents of the concerned student and they repay the loan after the completion of their child’s loan.

Other Loans: These are like a home equity loan that offer tax benefits.

These loans are free from every credit check. Poor credit holders and zero credit holders are also eligible for the loan. The loan has two forms: secured and unsecured. Secured loan provide amount between the range of 25,000-75,000 and unsecured loans provide amount below 25,000. Secured loans are available for 10-30 years and their interest rate is less than unsecured loans. Collateral is required to get secured loan whereas, unsecured loans are free from collateral. Such loans have made studies easier for every student who has not so strong financial support.

Loans for Unemployed Students is available online. An application is needed to be filled with general details. The form gets checked by the lender and is than approved. After approval money gets directly deposited in the bank account of the borrower. These loans are provided without any fees. It is recommended to repay the loan in time to avoid any penalty or fine. Loans are available 24/7 and therefore, can be applied anytime directly from the home. Without keeping your future on stake you can easily take the loan to achieve higher education.

Harry Dick is financial adviser for Online Loans. click on the links to know more about Loans for unemployed students and Long Term Installment Loans and Bad credit long term loans here.

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BSc Podiatry at the University of Southampton

The University of Southampton’s BSc Podiatry degree course lasts three years and attracts a government bursary of 3,630 to help students meet the cost of studying.

Southampton’s BSc podiatry course enables graduates to register to practice with the Health Professionals Council. It can also entitle them to embark on a further programme of study at a higher level.

Students on the BSc Podiatry course at Southampton explore both theory and practice in a host of environments: from general clinics right through to surgery. They are trained in the diagnosis and management of foot disorders, as well as how to administer a range of treatments.

It is the job of a podiatrist to manage disease and disorder of the lower limb. The foot is an extremely complicated structure, problems with which can have a huge effect on the overall health of a patient.

In practice, patient management can range from treatment of nail and skin disease, to minor surgery, to the mechanical correction of gait and posture, and more complex surgical techniques besides.

Whilst on work placement BSc Podiatry students get to see what the job involves, and also have the opportunity to speak to practising podiatrists about their experiences.

BSc Podiatry graduates moving into practice treat many different groups of patients, many of whom have a wide range of systemic problems, such as: diabetes, poor circulation, rheumatoid arthritis, skin disorders or those who have more specific lower limb disorders.

All applicants for the BSc Podiatry course at Southampton are strongly advised to organise opportunities to shadow practising podiatrists in a variety of settings in order to find out whether it is the right career for them.

If you would like to learn more about the BSc Podiatry course offered by the University of Southampton, simply visit the Health Sciences website at www.southampton.ac.uk/healthsciences

If you would like to learn more about the BSc Podiatry course offered by the University of Southampton, simply visit the Health Sciences website at www.southampton.ac.uk/healthsciences

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Citizenship Test Study Guide

Announcing the launch of new educational publishing company

R.T. Publications is releasing its first study guide with numerous more to follow in the near future. Their new study guide,designed to help people pass the U.S. Citizenship exam and interview, is being praised and new and innovative. It has a simple, straightforward approach that is interesting yet easy to understand.

It can be found at citizenshipcd.com

A free, mini version with many study tips can be found at citizenshiptesttips.com This site is loaded with free citizenship and immigration information.

Now, a word from the founder of R.T. Publications and the author of the new citizenship study guide, Richard Rash:

R.T. Publications is a small, independently owned and operated publishing company dedicated to communities, whether they are next-door or a half a world away. We believe that to be truly free, one has to have easy access to accurate information that is true and understandable. Information can bring people and communities together for a common goal or cause and our mission is to be a part of this growing, positive trend.

Our passion at R.T. Publications is to teach, educate, inform and grow with people and communities. “Passing the U.S. Citizenship Interview: Yes, You Can Do It!” is a prime example of our passion at work. Have you ever attended a ceremony where new U.S. Citizens are being sworn in? Our founder and author of this study guide, Richard Rash, has attended numerous ceremonies, including his wife’s. He says the look of pride, joy, relief and gratitude on the faces of new Americans meld together and surrounds the person in an aura that glows like a parent gazing upon their new born child for the first time. That is what drives us, that is why we do what we do: to play a part in watershed moments in people’s lives.

We hope that our passion reflects in our work and we look forward to providing you with quality educational materials in the future. We encourage you to contact us with questions, suggestions, submissions, ideas or concerns.

I know of no more encouraging fact than the unquestionable ability of a person to elevate their life by conscious endeavor.

Henry David Thoreau

Citizenshipcd.com citizenshiptesttips.com

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School Education For Child In India

be compared to a blunt axe. As an axe without sharpness does no good, so a human being without education cant do any good either to himself or to the society. Education shows us the way to acquire knowledge which is a combination of creativity, righteousness, courage and indomitable spirit. Education is also needed for forming a strong character and to fight with the negative impulses. Education illuminates our lives and also spreads its beam in and around us.

In a country like India, where a good percentage of population dwells below poverty line, the enforcement of Right to Education Act proved to be a blessing. As this Act provides for free and compulsory education up to the age of 14 years to each and every child of the country, the number of school goers have increased, especially in the government schools of rural India. The Indian Government has taken some other measures as well to offer a secured future to its children. But even after all these efforts; many people have raised questions regarding the authenticity of such implementations.

Defeating all the negativities, the Indian education system has proved its worth internationally. The present President of the Unites States of America, Barak Obama, addressing a town hall meeting at Costa Mesa in California stated that the USA needs to raise their standards to compete with the students of India and China. The two most populated countries of the world, India and China, have a very well structured education system.

Apart from Government initiatives, the private schools also have contributed a lot to put India in such a position. In India, a number of schools are run by private trusts, or sponsored by an international Board, or is run by the Christian Mission. Many of these schools have set examples by providing education of high standard.To sustain a constant development, the schools are also implementing new measures in the education system.

OnlineSchoolAdmissions.Com has also forwarded its helping hand towards the parents of the country. It enables the parents to search for best schools in India and also empowers them to apply online for those schools. This portal is developed after a long research to suit the needs of the Indian parents. Because of OSA the parents can now give their value time to their kids who need it the most for development.

The writer of this article is a school advisor in OnlineSchoolAdmissions and provides free of cost consultancy to parents on school admissions. Parents can look for schools directory list on the site from where they can search for schools in Ahmedabad or schools in Hyderabad where they can admit their child. They can also search for list of schools in Hyderabad as per their choice and can fill up schools application forms online.

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What Duties Do School Caretakers Have

A school caretaker has a wide remit in terms of the duties he or she must carry out. The caretaker is the main key holder and is responsible for opening up the school each day this usually means an early start of around 6am since there will be routine duties to complete before the start of the school day. A school caretaker is responsible for maintaining the security of the school and will set alarms and CCTV cameras when the school is empty. He or she must respond when the alarms sound and will need to re-set them as necessary. This means that some out of hours work may be required.

At the end of each school day the caretaker will make sure all windows and doors are locked, and blinds are pulled down and the school gates are locked.

School caretakers are also responsible for the general maintenance and upkeep of the school premises and grounds. This involves clearing playgrounds, grassy areas, entrances and other areas of debris and rubbish, making sure that rubbish is stored correctly.

The school caretaker must know the whereabouts of gas and electricity meters, also the location of stopcocks. He or she must maintain the boiler and set the heating for the school.

The caretaker is also responsible for cleaning glass at ground level, making some repairs e.g. to door handles and other fixtures and fittings and making sure that toilets and other areas are cleaned. The caretaker will have managerial responsibility for the cleaning staff and will be involved in their recruitment and oversee their rotas on a daily basis.

The caretaker should help around the school with general porterage duties and any special requests by members of staff. Each term he or she will need to provide the head teacher with a report on school maintenance, indicating any areas which require attention.

The qualities required for this job are:
Numeracy and communication skills
Ability to work under own initiative
Flexibility as regards working hours
Some DIY skills
Live in reasonable proximity to the school
Have CRB clearance

Pay ranges from around 6-7 per hour and a time sheet will need to be filled in according to hours worked.

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Distance Education Colleges – Select The Suitable Method For Your Postsecondary Education

Distance education colleges are a very flexible selection for college students that are involved in other projects or who want to save money by reducing education expenditure. There are many solutions accessible for students. Consequently, we get more and more familiar with junior, community and technical colleges.

These versions offer different certification options.There are two solutions available for college students:a bachelor’s degree (that lasts four years) or an associate’s degree (that lasts only two years).The system allows the students transfer from two to four years education programs.

Distance learning programs developed a lot lately and provided a great occasion for all the college students that want to improve their education. Distance education colleges provide virtual training courses. They offer the same information as a traditional college where lessons are held on a regular basis by teachers and students go to these classes.

When attending a conventional university, the attendance is obligatory. Distance learning courses are not so restrictive because college students have opted for flexible classes and assessments.

Distance education colleges have reached a high degree of popularity due to particular facilities these formats offer. If you are attracted in any of the distance studying programs available, check the list underneath:

– high degree of flexibility

This kind of education is incredibly popular because it is very flexible. Because of this, distance learning it’s a very convenient option for students.The distance learning student enjoys more free time today. Now, he is able to set up his own learning timetable, as learning materials are at his disposal and he is not required to attend certain classes. He can improve his education and also work.

– expenditure reduction

There are numerous opinions regarding distance education colleges. But no voices could fight against cost reduction arguments.Everyone agrees that distance education colleges are accessible to a larger amount of college students ready to pursue with their academic education.

Sometimes financial problems are the major impediments when we want to accomplish our personal objectives. Since distance education colleges have received authorization to train and certificate students, learners who found impossible to go on with their post-secondary education, now they have certainly get over this kind of obstacles.

– superior education standards

As overall flexibility has created accessibility in education, the next following chain-reaction is on the labor market. Therefore, due to an increasing number of applicants who acquired post-secondary education, employers consider themselves free to set professional standards and demands higher and higher. If you would like to be competitive on the labor market, you have to go to a college.

If you are interested to accomplish a superior level in education, inform on the chances distance education colleges provide, you may expand your career chances. You also need to pay attention to occupational preparation you want to choose.There are many colleges that provide this type of distance education.

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Refinance Student Loans

Higher education comes with a high price, and most grad students do not have the cash not only to pay for graduate school upfront but also to pay for food, housing, medical expenses, etc., during graduate school. Some grad students may have decent jobs before they start graduate school, but many graduate students have to cut back on working to meet the rigorous demands of their graduate study. Luckily, there are many options to help graduate students pay for grad school, options which include student loans, stipends, and grants. You can use the information in this article to learn more about refinancing your student loans that helped you to pay for graduate school.

Some students choose to refinance student loans to reduce their student debt and monthly loan payments. Students can refinance their loans through various ways, such as consolidation.

Students should consider several things before refinancing student loans. For example, federal and private loans should be refinanced separately. Federal loans have lower interest rates than do private loans because government lenders know that students’ incomes will increase as they continue their educations. Consolidating federal loans with private loans when refinancing will raise interest more so than if the loans were refinanced separately.

Consider Your Credit Score

Students should have good credit scores before they refinance student loans. Bad credit scores will affect interest rates for refinanced loans. Before refinancing, students should review their credit reports and try to fix any problems. After they have fixed any problems with their credit scores, students should request quotes from different lenders to determine which lender would offer the best interest rates for the refinanced loans. Interest rates tend to change around July 1 every year, and though interest rates are currently low, changes in the economy can cause sudden changes in those rates.

Different lenders have different qualifications to refinance student loans. Most lenders do not allow the refinancing of loans that are currently paying for education. Some lenders require minimum balances of varying amounts to qualify for refinancing. Students should research these qualifications before refinancing.

Weigh Interest Rates vs Monthly Payments

Refinancing can either lower interest rates and monthly payments on student loans or redistribute the payments over longer periods. Lowering interest rates prevents long-term payment increases, and lowering monthly payments decreases short-term payments. Redistributing the payments over longer periods of time makes each payment more manageable but increases the overall balance of the loans because of interest.