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Why the Testing Craze in the United States for K-12 Students? It's all about Corporate Profits, and Has Nothing to Do with Education, Accountability, or Standards

A few days ago, a public school teacher quit her job after fourteen years in education. Why? The profitable testing industry forced her out. She was tired of giving test upon test, more this year than last. 680 more words

'A long time in politics': blowing hot and cold on the Autumn Statement

Chancellor: I shall place duty of 100 per cent of purchase price on the following: wheelchairs, white sticks, false limbs, glass eyes and diarrhoea medicine. Observers will notice that I have deliberately chosen to penalise those members of the community who can’t hit back.

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Here at Frugl we do our very best to bring you the finest offers and secret finds as often as we can.  Here’s 5 of the best ways to make your weekend a blinder… 425 more words

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“Writing about a powerful figure like Narendra Modi is always a challenge” by Lance Price

Writing a book with the close cooperation of its subject is always fraught with difficulties. You are asking them to give up valuable time to help with your research and hoping that they will be as open and honest as possible in the process. 1,156 more words

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UK #Highered Latest: Postgraduate #Students 'Face Destruction By Debt'!

New UK #postgraduate loans up of to £10,000.00 will need to be paid back concurrently with #undergrad #loans, signaling severe #debt burden

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