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Dozens of British universities join the online education revolution ...

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Dozens of British universities began offering free online courses on Wednesday through a collective portal, joining a global trend started in the United States that opens higher education to the masses.
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Scottish independence could leave UK universities with £10bn pensions deficit

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Universities Superannuation Scheme says funds face potential crisis under strict EU laws on cross-border pensions (RT @PrefPension: Scottish independence could leave UK universities with £10bn #pensions deficit | Politics -
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School systems use test scores to place kids - Baltimore Sun

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School systems use test scores to place kids Baltimore Sun If we are not testing students on the curriculum being taught throughout the year, it is difficult to accurately assess what they comprehend and the areas in which they might need...
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Samuel Beckett Summer School

A celebration of the life and work of Samuel Beckett in the city where he began his intellectual life. A week of lectures, seminars, performances, exhibits, cultural events, field trips, and workshops at Trinity College Dublin.

 

We are very proud to announce our public programme of events for the Samuel Beckett Summer School 2013. Featuring some of the foremost speakers on Beckett our public discussions, talks and performances will give audiences a rare insight into the life and works of Samuel Beckett. We recommend early booking as places are limited. Full information on how to book each of the 5 events is below.

Public events

Tuesday 13 Aug:

11.30am -1.00pm: Roundtable discussion ‘Beckett’s Impact and Relevance Today’ chaired by Dirk Van Hulle; with Fintan O’Toole, Jim Mays, Mark Nixon.

Venue: Long Room Hub, Trinity College. Admission €10


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