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The UK's overcrowded prisons revealed

Preston is home to the UK’s most crowded prison, according to data released by the government this week.

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The prison is 89.9% overcrowded, followed closely by Swansea (88.9%), Reading (88%), and Kennet in Merseyside (84.7%). 108 more words


Post-2015 resources round-up

Post2015.org is collating key recent post-2015 resources and news in a round-up post. Below, read today’s selection:

Copenhagen Consensus Trade papers - Implementing the Doha Development Agenda will make the world $500 trillion dollars richer and by 2030 lift a staggering 160 million more people out of extreme poverty.  263 more words


Gainful Employment and the Federal Ability to Sanction Colleges

The U.S. Department of Education’s second attempt at “gainful employment” regulations, which apply to the majority of vocationally-oriented programs at for-profit colleges and certain nondegree programs at public and private nonprofit colleges, … 453 more words

A Data Revolution to Match the Ambition of ‘Leaving no one Behind’

Written by Emma Samman, Research Fellow at Overseas Development Institute and José Manuel Roche, Head of Research at Save the Children UK.

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Data Warehousing and Data Mining – Questions with answers and hints for detailed answering.

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Open Letter: The Data Revolution for Sustainable Development - the imperative to prioritise vulnerable children

This open letter comes from World Vision. It summarises World Vision’s belief that the success of the post-2015 framework should be measured by its ability to reach the most disadvantaged and vulnerable children in the hardest places to live and gives specific recommendations to IEAG such as giving priority to better counting and reaching the most vulnerable children,


Who's On This Blog?

This entire blog has centered around the third party candidates in the big Senate races, and party names have frequently been floated around. So, which parties are most represented on this blog? 275 more words