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Open Educational Resources and Learning Centres

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1. Open Educational Resources are customizable MOOCs-like pre-university level courses which offer education and training at all levels throughout the world, Read more and feel free to join Management Class Global Group.

2. Learning Centres  using Management Class' customizable pubic programmes, courses and modules introduce, publish and share our institutional and organizational partners' degree or higher vocational qualifications level programmes and courses to international clients for online and/or campus-based delivery.

Published on 24 Nov 2014

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Did you Study There? This Map Shows the Largest Universities by Enrollment in each US State

You’ve probably seen the map of each state’s most popular brand by Steve Lovelace. These guys ateCollegeFinder had some fun making their own version of the largest universities by enrollment. Based on data from the National Center for Education Statistics’ database, they found the universities with highest population in terms of total students.

Using the logo from each university, they gave each state an identity, check out this map… It’s really cool!

Here some fun facts

  • Total Population for all 50 Universities – 1,563,376 Students
  • Largest – Arizona State University – 73,378 Students
  • Smallest – University of Maine – 10,901 Students
  • Average Size – 31,267 Students
  • 6% of the Nation’s population aged 18-23 attends one of these 50 universities (there are 4,495 colleges in America)
  • These 50 Universities would be the 5th largest city in America
  • The total population of all 50 schools is higher than 11 States (Alaska, Delaware, Hawaii, Maine, Montana, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Vermont, and Wyoming)
  • The total population of all 50 schools is higher than 89 countries

Find more information on this map here and if you are looking for a university just visit the eCollegeFinder homepage.

World's Top Schools - Universities and Colleges

Published on Jan 30, 2015

USA - How British exporters can gain a foothold in the world's largest market

Hear Erick Brown, UKTI offer his advice to UK educators about how to gain a foothold in the USA education market

Key takeaways:
- Take time to understand your market including research
- Don't be overly aggressive in the US market
- Look to build partnerships with US school instead of selling your product

If you are a UK educator and want to accelerate your global growth, take a look at the UKTI website for Education­-education

EBRD focus on financing for development at World Bank-IMF meetings

EBRD President Sir Suma Chakrabarti leads a senior delegation to the World Bank and IMF Spring Meetings in Washington DC this week where discussions will focus on delivering finance to support new development goals for the next 15 years.

Sir Suma will also hold meetings with senior officials from EBRD member countries, both donors and recipients, explaining how the Bank is further strengthening its vigorous approach to revitalising economies in the EBRD regions.

The economic environment remains challenging. Weakness in Russia is casting a shadow over wide swathes of the EBRD regions. Ukraine’s economy is again expected to contract this year and the eurozone is still struggling to return to growth.

Policy-makers in Washington will discuss responses to immediate economic challenges but also proposals to support the longer-term development goals that the international community is due to adopt towards the end of 2015.

Sir Suma and other heads of multilateral development banks and the IMF will present a paper to the joint IMF-World Bank Development Committee on how to scale up the financing available to fund the post-2015 Global Development Agenda, which comprises 17 new Sustainable Development Goals.

Finance for development is also on the agenda of a public discussion due to take place on 17 April at the World Bank, hosted by President Jim Yong Kim and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. At this event, policy-makers, political leaders and representatives of business and civil society will debate “Changing the Conversation on Development Finance”.

During these discussions, Sir Suma will highlight the contribution the EBRD has made in mobilising private finance for development and how it works as a catalyst to draw in private funding for projects, especially in the energy and infrastructure sectors.

The EBRD has pioneered the development of innovative financing mechanisms to inject private funding into sustainable energy projects, promoting energy efficiency and the development of renewable energy sources.

In his meetings with EBRD shareholders, the President will explain how the Bank is stepping up its response to continuing economic challenges, increasing its support for governments in rolling out reforms needed to raise the pace of investment.

He will also address this issue in a speech on 15 April at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, where he will highlight the important role the state must play in creating conditions that allow the private sector to flourish.

At this event, the President will address the question of “What the Private Sector Needs From the State”, drawing on the EBRD’s experience of investing in transition over the last quarter of a century and highlighting the reforms that the Bank has supported in its discussions with authorities.

Sir Suma will look ahead to the investment outlook for the rest of 2015. The EBRD increased its investments to €8.9 billion in 2014 from €8.5 billion the previous year, despite guidance from shareholders in July that they would not approve, for the time being, any new projects in Russia.

While investment conditions remain challenging, the Bank has a strong pipeline of potential projects across the countries where it works.

Video Tour of Alison: Free Certified Learning

Published on Jun 4, 2013

[This video presented by Mike Greer, The Best Free Training website: ]
This is a video tour of "Alison: A New World of Free Certified Learning." Alison is simply amazing! It provides 500 free courses, 60 million free lessons, over 4 million hours of study, as well as diplomas, certifications, teacher/supervisor tracking tools, and more. 

From the website: "ALISON is the world's leading free online learning resource for basic and essential workplace skills. ALISON provides high-quality, engaging, interactive multimedia courseware for certification and standards-based learning.... The mission of ALISON is to enable anyone, anywhere, to educate themselves for free via interactive, self-paced multimedia. It is our belief that through ALISON, the cost of access to high-quality education can be removed....Through the ALISON learning platform we can assist people around the world in educating themselves, thereby creating a more equitable and sustainable global society."
(For more reviews of great free training and education resources, visit The Best Free Training website, or watch the YouTube Tour here: ) -- Or visit Mike Greer's WORTH SHARING at

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Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) have opened new doors for free online learning that lends itself well to ICT-related subjects. Meanwhile, employers seek candidates with relevant web skills. The Supply and Demand of MOOCs Infographic shows what skills are most in demand and what MOOCs are available that teach those skills, based on the results of a study conducted by the European Commission.

Top skills employers are looking for:

  • Web and app design
  • Domain-specific skills
  • Programming languages
  • Android
  • iOS

Top skills students want to learn:

  • Web design
  • HTML5
  • Android
  • Javascript
  • CSS


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Edutech has an illustrious track record of setting up some of the most modern & advanced laboratories across engineering departments in various academic institutions. Our engineering lab solutions comprise

  • Industry-standard vocational and technical training aids
  • Experimental and demonstration kits
  • We offer curriculum based technical laboratory solutions to help build skilled manpower resources that could be employed in various industries. Some of our offerings include

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The Great Skills Race : Innovations in U.S. Education and Training from a Global Perspective

Published on 22 May 2015

Echoes of the “skills gap” debate can be heard in every advanced economy today. Schools are struggling to keep up with a rapidly changing labor market, students are stressed as the cost of higher education grows, and employers are frustrated with graduates who seem to lack the right mix of academic and practical skills. Over the past decade, the OECD’s Directorate for Education and Skills has been examining vocational education and training systems around the world and helping governments update their policies. In late 2014, the Directorate published a report synthesizing their findings from more than twenty country reviews, including the United States.

Meanwhile, here at home, concerns that our higher education system is failing to keep up with the demands of a fast-paced labor market have generated a host of new initiatives dedicated to strengthening the link between education and economic opportunity. The Lumina Foundation, which has long been engaged in efforts to increase degree completion rates, recently expanded its focus to include a strategy for building better credentials that can facilitate transitions into and through the labor market. In response to the alarming rise of long-term unemployment and persistent skills gaps, the Federal Reserve System has launched several workforce development initiatives aimed at fostering stronger collaboration between employers, institutions of higher education, and government agencies around regional economic growth strategies. Opportunity@Work, a new social enterprise, aims to “re-wire” the demand side of the labor market by helping employers make collective training investments that will deepen their talent pool while building more on-ramps to good jobs for the many people who seek them.

Please join us for a lively discussion among leaders from each of these organizations about what it takes to develop and sustain the skills needed to reap the rewards of today’s technology-driven global economy. What can the United States learn from how other countries? When it comes to aligning learning and jobs, what works and what doesn’t? We will be discussing these questions and more. We look forward to your participation. 

Follow the discussion online using #SkillsRace and following @NewAmericaEd.


Byron Auguste 
Managing Director, Opportunity@Work

Simon Field
Project Leader, Directorate for Education and Skills, OECD

Todd Greene 
Vice President, Federal Reserve System of Atlanta

Mary Alice McCarthy
Senior Policy Analyst, New America

Holly Zanville
Strategy Director, Lumina Foundation

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