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"Skype in the Classroom" was created for teachers so that they could introduce their pupils to cultures and experts worldwide in real time...
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A former city fire station is to house Britain’s first free school specialising in maths and science. (RT @AusLibertarians: Britain embarks on a public policy experiment in education.
Through highly standardized curricula and pacing guides, teachers are told exactly how to teach, rather than being empowered to differentiate instruction and create engaging learning environments to meet the needs of their students.
Before globalization’s reach had spread as far in as current times, populations were much less diverse.
An international education league table puts the UK among a leading group of countries headed by Finland and South Korea.