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Rocketship Education Uses Instrumental Education Models to Train Scholars

Rocketship Education Uses Instrumental Education Models to Train ScholarsAs a parent, the first step in raising your child is realizing that they are entirely...

Music education is out of tune with how young people learn

What’s the best way to learn music? For many, progression is best measured by the formal exam journey – from the treasured early prize...

New primary school tests rubbished as half of pupils meet standards

According to national test results, little more than half of the pupils met the government’s tougher new standards in literacy, writing, and mathematics at...

Share your ideas: how to write for the Higher Education Network

We have a large and active community of members on the Guardian Higher Education Network, many of whom write blogs and comment pieces for...

Practice makes perfect: how to become a vocational lecturer

You find yourself facing a room of young people. You’re nervous enough about public speaking, let alone managing a classroom. Four reasons a Brexit would...

For the first time in 18 years, I don’t feel welcome in Britain

I am a migrant from the European Union. You have probably heard lots of things about people like me in the referendum campaign, but...

How can universities prepare for a post-Brexit world?

The same questions are being asked in universities and colleges across the nation this week: what’s going to happen now? What does Brexit mean...

Finland has an education system the US should envy – and learn from

A new book has attracted much interest in Washington DC, especially on Capitol Hill, Finnish Lessons: What Can the World Learn From Educational Change...

What the experts make of the higher education white paper

Higher education experts have spent the day decoding the long-awaited white paper on university reform. Key points include: Universities will be allowed to increase...

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Trains, buses and automobiles

Londoners have a tempestuous relationship with transport, and Ken Livingstone will be an outlet for their anger or gratitude come May 1. Whatever you...

The Automobile Club of Egypt by Alaa al-Aswany review – a country on the brink of violent change

In the days before Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak was ousted in February 2011, Alaa al-Aswany, dentist, novelist, and founder member of the democratic movement...

5 Places to Visit that will make you fall in love with Utah

Utah is the apple-of-the-eye of outdoor freaks, with more than 80% of the state set aside for public use. This means lots and lots...