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Death of the Town Centre

For me, making the trip to the 'town centre/high street' in a typical medium sized Northern town has held absolutely no appeal this...

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The government is making ‘job-ready’ degrees cheaper...

The reduced rate of funding to universities (of up to 17%), per place, for national priority courses sends perverse messages to universities.

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Responses to COVID-19 require inputs from every angle...

Experts in the humanities and social sciences add nuance to the debate about how to respond to COVID-19.

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Academic freedom is sacrosanct. But so is ethical...

The active and uninhibited dissemination of knowledge is vital for the advancement of knowledge.

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The Conversation partners on £2m research-policy project...

The International Public Policy Observatory (IPPO) will build bridges between policy and research, accelerating the UK’s recovery...

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Simple Electronics Projects You Can Do with Kids

Quick and easy science fair projects that teach the concepts of electronics to kids have been around for as long as we can remember,...

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Brand new to Digital Marketing? This guide is for...

Gone are the days of where big businesses with massive budgets were able to expand their reach while the relatively smaller brands...

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Outcomes: Does Class Size Matter?

Reading Time: 4 minutes Does class size really matter? There is often a gap between the views of practitioners and the evidence from...

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Teach Fewer Things At Greater Depth

Reading Time: 2 minutes Where should teachers and schools focus their efforts? Thanks to the feedback from 30,000 teachers, Mark Plan...

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7 Learning Walk Observations

Reading Time: 5 minutes How can schools use lesson observations to reliable evaluate the teaching taking place? In a profession that...

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