Aditya Chakrabortty (The Guardian) claims that university students are the ‘latest batch of guinea pigs in an experiment that has already largely failed’. John Bramwell disagrees.
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High illiteracy rates and rigid gender roles are just two of the many challenges for the women of South Sudan.
Janice Mulholland explores how the phenomenon of massive open online courses,or MOOCs, which offer free, large-scale access to courses via the web, may affect higher education.
Gary Motteram explains how the arrival of digital technologies in the classroom has helped learning.
Access to clean water should not be taken for granted. Researcher Erin O'Donnell explains why.
Halley VI is the UK’s most recent research station in Antarctica. Hugh Broughton talks about the design, the interiors and how he responded to architectural problems in this context.
With more and more international students taking courses at overseas branches of UK universities, what role does the host countries’ policy environment play?
In many Sub-Saharan African countries, English becomes the official language of instruction at a relatively early stage in a child’s education, often with confusing effects.
Teacher trainer Chris Lima explains how 19th-century language and culture are less of a hindrance in relating literature to language students than one might assume.
Ellen Darling of the British Council shares some of the coaching tips passed on by education expert Loraine Kennedy during our webinar.