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United Kingdom: ‘Poverty premium’ in higher education leads to poorer people feeling isolated

Europe/ United Kingdom/ 23.04.2018 / From: www.theguardian.com. Working-class students are penalised by a “poverty premium”, often paying higher costs to continue studying in a university environment in which they may feel isolated and as though they do not belong, according to a report. Research for the National Union of Students finds that student expenditure routinely outstrips income […]

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UK MPs announce cross-party inquiry into school funding

Europa/Reino Unido/ theguardian.com Resumen: Los diputados están en peligro de comenzar una guerra territorial con el Departamento de Educación, luego de que el comité selecto de educación anunciara una amplia investigación sobre el financiamiento para escuelas y universidades en Inglaterra. Al anunciar la investigación, el presidente del comité, el parlamentario conservador Robert Halfon, dijo que quería que la […]

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UK university strikes called off after UCU members accept pension proposals

UK/April 17, 2018/By: Colin Drury/ Source: https://www.independent.co.uk Students welcome decision to avoid walkout. Further strikes at UK universities are to be called off after members of the University and College Union (UCU) voted to accept proposals aimed at resolving a dispute over pensions. Thousands of staff – including lecturers, academics and researchers – were were due to walk […]

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England: Many parents face disappointment over primary school places

England/ 16.04.2018/ From: www.theguardian.com. Parents in England will find out on Monday whether their child got into their top choice of primary school to begin reception class in September, with many likely to face disappointment owing to the pressure on places in some areas of the country. On what has become known as national offer day for […]

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