Articles for education

From DePaul University: Making an impact for a struggling student

In this video from their “Seeds of the Mission” series, we hear that a DePaul student in danger of failing a course explains to his professor, “Thanks to you and your constant emails, and the support, and your celebrations of the small things I was able to accomplish,...

10 years of the Tsiry project: review and outlook

From AIC International When the “Tsiry” (“seeds” in Malagasy) literacy project started in autumn 2010 with the training of teachers, nobody had any idea how long-term, successful, and sustainable the programme would be. Since 2011, 5509 adults and 2180 children,...

Education Day to Focus on Recovery from COVID-19

The Vincentian Family is committed to education.  Education, to our Founders, was a pathway out of poverty. 

World Children’s Day – November 20 – and the Impact of COVID -19 on Education

Let us call on leaders to close the gaps in educational equality once and for all, and re-imagine how a generation of children and young people learn and gain skills.

College of St. Elizabeth goes coed

College of St. Elizabeth goes coed

Statement  that the College of St. Elizabeth goes coed... The College of Saint Elizabeth, which has provided undergraduate education for young women since 1899, will become fully coeducational for fall 2016. This decision to accept male students into the daytime...

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