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Originally published on bbc.co.uk By Patrick Howse Children from poor backgrounds must do even better in key academic subjects to get on in life, researchers have said. Standards are rising, but the chances of poor pupils becoming high achievers has remained low, the Institute of Education academics have found. In… read full article »
Originally published in TES magazine on 17 January 2014 by Adi Bloom Bright children should be given the same individual attention as students with special educational needs (SEN) and should be allowed to skip school years in order to realise their potential, US academics say. Teachers could be squandering the talent… read full article »
Originally published in TES magazine on 10 January 2014 by Adi Bloom Academic urges teachers to educate students about perils of play The rapid increase in the number of young people playing online computer games, often via social media sites, could lead to a surge in childhood gambling problems, a leading academic… read full article »
Originally published in TES magazine on 3 January 2014 by Adi Bloom All children know the rules: take certain items into school and you can be fairly sure they will be confiscated by a teacher: mobile phones, computer games, semi-automatic weapons… All these and more – including a range of firearms,… read full article »
Originally published in TES magazine on 13 December 2013 by Stephen Exley Minister says South African education is plagued by ‘poor practice’ South Africa needs to make major improvements to teaching quality within its school system if it is to deliver Nelson Mandela’s aim of educational equality for all students, the… read full article »