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Damian Hinds signals extra funds for special needs education

  Children protest in Parliament Square to highlight the funding crisis in special education needs and disabilities (Send). Photograph: Imageplotter/Rex/Shutterstock Spending on children with special educational needs and disabilities is expected to be increased after the education secretary said the government recognised the urgent need to relieve pressures on families, councils and schools. Although Damian Hinds declined to put a Read More

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How women created some of the world’s biggest education tech companies

The Department for Education has unveiled plans to build “the best edtech ecosystem in the world”. Photograph: John Birdsall/Alamy Stock Photo/Alamy Stock Photo Everything’s going digital, and that includes education. From homework management apps to virtual reality geometry lessons, there’s plenty on offer from companies competing for a slice of the sizeable global market for online learning. Education technology (edtech) exports Read More

Goal is to make India a global model for ‘Health for All’: Harsh Vardhan

Dr Harsh Vardhan began his second term as minister in the National Democratic Alliance – II government by cycling from home to the health and family welfare ministry in Nirman Bhavan to highlight the importance of physical activity for health and green transport for the environment. He had not even hopped off his bicycle when his staff informed him about Read More

How This Real Estate Agent Made $100,000 In One Month From His YouTube Channel

Would you like to make a lot of money with a YouTube channel? A lot of people would, and many are trying. Motivation comes from the YouTube success stories, and one of those stories is Graham Stephan, a real estate agent who made well over $100,000 in just one recent month from his YouTube channel. If you want to make Read More

Metro Vancouver real estate market continues to cool

VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) — For the first time in a decade home buyers in Metro Vancouver are in the driver’s seat, according to a local expert. Real Estate Advisor Adil Dinani says that 25 per cent more homes are on the market than they were at this time last year, giving buyers more options. “For the first time in several Read More

In the woods outside Seattle, technology fuses with art in hackathon-style ‘Electric Sky’ gathering

Tech-infused art projects from previous Electric Sky events, an annual gathering in Skykomish, Wash. (Electric Sky Photos) Technologists and artists and anyone else who can appreciate the intersections where creativity is fostered are invited to head to the woods northeast of Seattle later this month for the fifth annual Electric Sky Art and Tech Weekend Retreat. In a Skykomish, Wash., ballpark Read More

85,000 Kaiser Permanente Health Workers Threaten Strike

An exterior view of Kaiser Permanente’s $390 million, 352–bed Downey Medical Center. Kaiser Permanente opened its new state–of–the art 352–bed hospital and will largely replace Kaiser Permanente’s Bellflower Medical Center. The six–story facility LOS ANGELES TIMES VIA GETTY IMAGES More than 85,000 Kaiser Permanente workers represented by several unions are threatening a strike against the multi-state health plan and medical Read More

Co-living Wave in the Real Estate Sector in India

The millennial generation is not only re-defining the way the new India works but also how it cohabits in the society. The contemporary concept of ‘co-living’ is the coming together of young professionals who have settled in Tier I and II cities and aspire to cohabit with culturally and professionally like-minded people in a space defined as a home away Read More

Regulator Confronts Trusts About Real Estate Financing

A CBIRC official said the regulator will provide guidance to trust companies on a regular basis from now on. Photo: VCG A Chinese financial regulator has ordered 10 trust companies to ensure no growth in the outstanding amount of their real estate financing businesses at least through this year’s third quarter, Caixin has learned, as regulators worry about froth in Read More

AI Solutions: Making real estate firms smart

As a product, Edge is much more than a traditional CRM because it seamlessly links all the dots in the entire lifecycle of a sale, starting from lead generation and going beyond final closure and mortgage facilitation. Homegrown proptech firm Square Yards has introduced an Artificial Intelligence-enabled enterprise technology solution, called Edge, to empower the sales and distribution functions of Read More