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Continuing Education - History / Archeology - 21.11.2018

Continuing Education - Earth Sciences - 09.07.2018
Teachers need more support, less admin to deliver quality education
New data shows the majority of teachers (91 percent) reported administrative demands were a hindrance to their core job, according to a University of Sydney survey.

Continuing Education - 06.06.2018

Continuing Education - 06.06.2018
Study suggests education causes short-sightedness
The more time a person spends in education the more likely they are to develop short-sightedness, reveals a study led by Cardiff University and the University of Bristol.

Administration - Continuing Education - 23.04.2018

Continuing Education - Innovation - 13.04.2018

Continuing Education - 12.04.2018

Continuing Education - Economics / Business - 28.03.2018
Three generations of data show how wealthy (white) families stay wealthy
ANN ARBOR-Recent research has shown the enormous differences in how white and black Americans maintain income positions across two generations. Now, a new study traces family wealth across three generations, and reveals large gaps in the transmission of that wealth. The study, led by Fabian Pfeffer at the University of Michigan, found that the most important way in which families maintain their wealth is often indirect-for instance, by facilitating the educational success and homeownership of the next generation.

Continuing Education - Career - 26.03.2018

Linguistics / Literature - Continuing Education - 21.03.2018

Continuing Education - Linguistics / Literature - 21.03.2018

Continuing Education - History / Archeology - 15.03.2018

Continuing Education - Social Sciences - 14.03.2018
Educational success curbs effects of child abuse, neglect
ANN ARBOR-The emotional and sexual abuse that some children endure can lead them to commit crimes later in life.

Continuing Education - Life Sciences - 12.03.2018

Continuing Education - 02.03.2018

Environment - Continuing Education - 02.03.2018

Environment - Continuing Education - 02.03.2018

Health - Continuing Education - 23.02.2018
Children with chronic kidney disease at risk of lower IQs
Children with chronic kidney disease (CKD) are at risk of lower IQs and deficits in academic skills, University of Sydney research reveals.

Continuing Education - 21.02.2018

Economics / Business - Continuing Education - 20.02.2018

Continuing Education - 19.02.2018

Continuing Education - 19.02.2018

Continuing Education - Art and Design - 19.02.2018

Astronomy / Space Science - Continuing Education - 12.02.2018

Psychology - Continuing Education - 06.02.2018

Economics / Business - Continuing Education - 05.02.2018

Computer Science - Continuing Education - 01.02.2018

Continuing Education - Pedagogy - 29.01.2018

Continuing Education - Health - 23.01.2018
Living in poverty - the Global Multidimensional Poverty Index
New figures for Angola, Armenia, Ethiopia, Nepal and Senegal have been published by the Oxford Poverty & Human Development Initiative (OPHI).

Pedagogy - Continuing Education - 23.01.2018

Pedagogy - Continuing Education - 17.01.2018
Relentless private school fee hikes
Relentless private school fee hikes "have not put off parents"
Huge rises in the cost of private schooling in the UK in recent decades have had little impact on the number of parents choosing the sector for their children, according to a new analysis from UCL.

Continuing Education - 16.01.2018
Being bilingual may help autistic children
Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) often have a hard time switching gears from one task to another. But being bilingual may actually make it a bit easier for them to do so, according to a new study which was recently published in Child Development. "This is a novel and surprising finding," says Prof. Aparna Nadig, the senior author of the paper, from the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders at McGill University.

Career - Continuing Education - 27.12.2017

Continuing Education - 14.12.2017
Why the best teachers should be in reception classes
Why the best teachers should be in reception classes
Primary schools should consider putting their best teachers into Reception classes according to researchers at Durham University, who found that children who were taught well in their first year went on to achieve better GCSE results in English and Maths. The study of 40,000 children in England provides evidence that a boost in development from an effective first year of school remains with children right through to the end of compulsory education at age 16.

Continuing Education - Health - 14.12.2017

Media - Continuing Education - 12.12.2017

Environment - Continuing Education - 11.12.2017

Life Sciences - Continuing Education - 07.12.2017

Continuing Education - Health - 07.12.2017
Higher education linked to lower risk of Alzheimer's in gene study
Higher education linked to lower risk of Alzheimer’s in gene study
Higher educational attainment is associated with a "significantly lower" chance of people suffering Alzheimer's, according to the biggest genetic study into the potential causes of the disease reported today in the BMJ.

Continuing Education - 07.12.2017

Continuing Education - Linguistics / Literature - 05.12.2017

Continuing Education - Astronomy / Space Science - 04.12.2017
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