Advances in technology offer the potential to expand access to education, but will online learning ever replace the need for teachers?
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Johanna Stirling shares three myths about English spelling from her recent British Council seminar.
Amid security alerts, the British Council signed an agreement with Libyan officials which we hope will smooth the path of up to 5,000 Libyan scholars due to study in the UK each year.
Emma Gifford-Mead offers an insight into Jeremy Deller’s exhibition ‘English Magic’.
A British teacher and a Canadian language assistant explain how the British Council’s language assistant programme has benefited their classrooms and careers.
The British Council is taking part in UNESCO’s campaign to ‘do one thing for diversity’, and our Rabbhi Yahiya suggests five ways you can participate.
Ahead of this year's ELTons awards for innovation in English language teaching, we asked three entrepreneurs how they built their own English language teaching (ELT) businesses.
What do listeners hear when you speak in a particular accent?
Natalia Milán describes what it’s like to teach English to a class from the other side of a video screen.
This is a transcript of Aung San Suu Kyi’s video speech on academic freedom. The video was presented at a British Council and University of London policy dialogue event on 9 May 2013