The next deadline for stage 1 application to the Wolfson Foundation’s Secondary Education Programme is the 10th January 2019. Through its Secondary Education Programme high-achieving (in receipt of an outstanding Ofsted assessment or regional equivalent) state-funded schools and sixth form colleges can apply to the Foundation for funding for capital or equipment projects relating to the teaching of science and technology; or projects involving libraries, languages, music or the arts. 135 more words
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Grow Wild is inviting young people to use their creative skills to share and celebrate UK wildlife by promoting UK native wildflowers, plants and/or fungi at local events. 238 more words
Oklahoma’s Lincoln Riley received a big salary boost Tuesday to reward the young coach for such a successful debut season in Norman.
Riley now will make $4.8 million. 341 more words
The Scientist: North American Universities Increasingly Cancel Publisher Packages. “Tomorrow (June 12), Florida State University will head into negotiations with the publisher Elsevier to see how it can resolve a pricing issue. 73 more words
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Is it necessarily anti-Semitic to harshly criticize the Jewish state or to do so without, in the same breath, criticizing Saudi repression?
As we see the literacy rate of Kerala it is 93.91%, which is the highest in India. In recent years Kerala is moved upward with more than 160 Colleges both in private and public. 335 more words