The Guardian reports that Independent Scotland would struggle on world stage, says Alistair Darling. It is a PA piece. How disappointing for Captain Darling that Labour's House Journal, The Guardian couldn't even be bothered to send its own correspondent to the big launch of Better Together Glasgow. Yes you read that right folks. Better Together, founded on 25 June 2011, has just got around to launching Better Together Glasgow. More interestingly, the report of the big launch in the heartland of Scottish Labour and The Orange Order reports that:
Via Peter A Bell
The Hechinger Report College-for-all vs. career education? Moving beyond a false debate The Hechinger Report Even advocates of career and technical education acknowledge that the programs are often divorced from economic and industry needs.
When women leave the workforce, one of three things happens: They get divorced and often plummet into relative poverty; they find it nigh-impossible to get back in; or they find new jobs post-haste and everything is peachy.
The famous rivalry between Google and Apple is finding its way into schools, and Google is looking to dethrone the famous iPad with its new Google Play for Education, a suite of apps and management tools that will be available to teachers and...
The dangers of news organizations reporting in Syria have kept most journalists outside the country’s borders and heightened the need for third-party video....
...Western journalists are struggling to cover what the world has so far seen largely through YouTube. But while some television news crews have been filing reports from Damascus, the dangers of reporters being killed or kidnapped there — as well as visa problems — have kept most journalists outside the country’s borders and heightened the need for third-party images.
“The difficulty of getting into Syria, the shrunken foreign correspondent corps, and the audience gains for social media make it likely this story will be consumed differently by the American public than tensions or conflicts in past years,” said Ann Marie Lipinski, the curator of the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard....
Career Education cuts another 480 jobs Chicago Business Journal Shares of Career Education Corp. dropped nearly 9 percent Friday after the company revealed it has cut 1,400 jobs since November and recorded a second-quarter loss.
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