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Happy Black History Month 2015 day 4 Chrisann Jarett

Chrisann Jarret is a Law student at the London School of Economics. She set up a campaign called ‘Let us Learn’ and was awarded a ‘Young Woman of the Year’ award earlier this year. 510 more words

Living & Learning

Why El Salvador? Why Religion?

I now find myself once again oversees, but this time in England studying at the London School of Economics, which is seeming to be quite literally worlds apart from my experiences in Latin America. 773 more words

Assessing the evidence for edtech

The widespread criticisms of the recent LSE and OECD reports are poorly founded and do nothing but undermine the argument for serious edtech

Those of us who complain that edtech gets too little attention in the national press should perhaps have been beware of what we wished for. 15,214 more words


My Trading Diary (1/10/2015) - New Broker And Better Trading

I haven’t logged or blogged anything recently here but I’ve still been hard at work learning and trading with a micro account just to keep me invested in a live market setting. 302 more words

Day Trading

Beginning of the End

Having just received my second year results, I am finally and officially in my third and final year of BSc (Hons) Economics with the University of London International Programmes in Pakistan. 895 more words


Froggle's London Adventures

I returned to London (from my research trip in Spain) at the exact hour of my school registration. That meant that I had all of my luggage and travel goods with me…including Froggle. 91 more words


Banking and finance through the lens of the past. From merchant-bankers to the first (modern) banks

Some months ago, I watched a wonderful series on Aljazeera, called Marco Polo: a very modern journey. The tale is fascinating and addresses diverse (current) themes while Marco’s story flows in the background. 1,042 more words

Distance Learning