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(Un)necessary teachers’ work? Lessons from England.

by Susanne Gannon

Disembarking at Heathrow a few weeks ago, my first purchase in pounds as always was a copy of The Times to read on the train into the city. 1,718 more words

Primary Education

Does BJP wants Indian masses to remain uneducated?

Ever since Modi government took place, their policies have received extreme reactions from the public. Initially they were seen as a progressive group of leaders which now turns out to be nothing more than a religiously motivated, anti democratic and self righteous bigots. 379 more words


On Mentoring in the Environmental Humanities

By Stephen Siperstein

I drove down the Freeway
And turned off at an exit
And went along a highway
Til it came to a sideroad… 1,736 more words


The Federal-State Higher Education Partnership: Lessons from Other Federal-State Partnerships

The Federal-State Higher Education Partnership: Lessons from Other Federal-State Partnerships. Urban Institute. Kristin D. Conklin, Sandy Baum. May 16, 2017

Lessons from federal-state partnerships in other public policy areas might inform efforts to strengthen the partnership in higher education. 65 more words

United States

Why Grade Twelve English Should Be a Requirement for all University Courses

Hello, surfers of the Internet!  Have you ever wondered why Grade 12 University Level English is a requirement for so many university courses?  It may seem unrelated in many fields, such as in engineering and in mathematics, but the skills learned in English are essential in almost everywhere, no matter what your interests are!   510 more words

First blog post

This is my first blog!  I am going to use this platform to share my thoughts, ideas and musings about my teaching.  I will also share things that I learn from professional readings that inspire me or make me think.