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Is There Any Gap in Pay due to Gender? New Study Confirms Persisting Gap

October 29,2012 by: admin

When President Obama and his challenger from Republican Party, Mitt Romney met at the second debate on October 16, Katherine Fenton, a 24-year old teacher asked the college graduates on their positions on equal pay between men and women. The teacher was overwhelmed by the deluge of online criticism that started even when the debate was live on air. Matthew Vadum, a conservative author tweeted that Katherine Fenton has initiated the feminist and leftist lie about women not getting equal pay. Even though such criticisms are abound on the Internet that there is no pay gap due to gender, a … (more) October 29, 2012

Better online education opportunities in the pipeline, thanks to a new law

October 09,2012 by: admin

The improvement in the field of technology has enabled educators to leverage better methods of training that are far more superior than the ones that were used in the past. The new legislation in the state of California is a big step in the right direction. What’s new is the California AB 644 law is the way in which the state will fund the school’s education. It will be the first time the that the schools can get funding for students in grades 9,10, 11 and 12 who have registered for online courses. This will be considered as physical seats … (more) October 9, 2012