As longtime readers know, I used to work in a public library and transitioned back to academia a little over a year ago. In both cases I’ve been in management roles, and have been bothered by the negative stereotypes attributed to millennials. 475 more words
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The Conservative manifesto promised teachers wouldn’t have to pay tuition fees while they remained in teaching, which would help to tackle teacher shortages. However, head teachers observed the government has “gone quiet” on the issue after it failed to be added to the Queen’s Speech. 83 more words
Guest post by Jonathan Schifferes, Associate Director – Public Services and Communities at the RSA
At the dawn of a new parliament – one which will be gripped by negotiating Britain’s international relations while also negotiating new alliances in the House of Commons – the UK gained another think tank last week. 1,224 more words
As the days move closer to our daughter’s move-in day, I start to get a little worried that we haven’t taught her all the life skills she’ll need when she’s off to college. 613 more words
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The documents that I shall quote in translations (the originals may be found in the appendix) will show that the Pope wanted the doctorates in philosophy and in medicine to be given only after seven years of study, at least four of which were to be devoted to the post-graduate work in the special branch selected.