The competition for places on our Editorial training scheme will be fierce; so what makes one candidate's application leap out from the others, asks Richard Preston. ("Want your application stand out from the crowd?
Creative work needs periods of time when you can concentrate to work without interruptions. We live in work culture where interruptions are too well accepted. Since collaboration is the selected (Why Collaboration Kills Productivity?
The challenges of educational access for young Kenyan mothers present opportunities for mobile learning support, says Ronda Zelezny-Green (@girleffect new Guardian blog post on young mothers and potential #mLearning support
For children from low-income families, a college degree is a good way to move into the middle class, but opportunity is still linked too strongly to class—too many low-income students drop out before completing a degree.
The fittest will survive and perhaps have a chance at that ever-shrinking middle class. The rest will flounder, but we have the "ethos of the meritocracy" to rescue us from any pangs of moral conscience.
Teachers far and wide have already warmly embraced Apple's tablet for its wealth of educational possibilities, but a new VentureBeat article shows us a (The iPad's dramatic effect on special education http://t.co/prg0QNsB15...
Tsitsi Masiyiwa, the wife of Zimbabwe's richest man, Strive Masiyiwa, runs a charity that sends over 40,000 orphaned Zimbabwean children to school, including to university in the U.S. (@T_Masiyiwa mm(_ _)mm Love "History Makers"!
While volunteering as a sexuality education facilitator at a public school in an impoverished area of Lagos in July 2012, I noticed day after day for 6 weeks, that the number of boys in both classes ("While volunteering as a sexuality education...
The main concern for obtaining a college degree is the high cost. It makes no sense for an individual to obtain a college degree that does not pay much and will face a hard time paying off student loans. The teaching profession ALWAYS geta a bad rap.
Indiana will spend millions of dollars over the next two years to pay for Advanced Placement tests for high school students even though less than half of those who take the exams pass. (#Indiana spends millions on AP tests that most students fail.