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Africa Now Has An Online Database With Research On Education Within The Continent

By Farain Mudzingwa The Research for Equitable Access and Learning (REAL) Centre at the University of Cambridge has partnered with ESSA (Education Sub Saharan Africa) to develop the online African Education Research Database (AERD). What is this AERD? AERD is a collection of research undertaken in the past decacde by scholars based in sub-Saharan Africa. […]

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United Kingdow: Prestigious universities edge out rivals in UK’s battle for students

Europe/United Kingdow/27.08.18/Source: www.theguardian.com Less selective institutions bear brunt of demographic decline in number of school leavers Prestigious universities are squeezing out their rivals in the battle for undergraduates, setting a trend that could continue for several years and place some institutions under greater pressure to attract students to secure their funding. The shift comes as the […]

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A-level results are out, but what about those not going to university?

By Fiona Millar A significant number of young people are turned off by traditional higher education. They should have a decent alternative This year’s A-level results day saw grades down slightly, universities awash with places, and signs that young people might be starting to vote with their feet, and not in the direction successive governments have predicted. […]

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The Guardian view on higher education: more egalitarianism please

By The Guardian The UK government’s review into post-18 education must recognise that it is clearly a good that would benefit society if more widely available Has the engine of education concentrated ability of a certain kind under the latest changes? It would certainly seem so. Students in England receiving their A-level results on Thursday were the […]

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Malaysia: Creative, critical thinking is key

By: www.nst.com.my/ Oswald Timothy Edward  Minister Dr Maszlee Malik has given the assurance that the Malaysia Education Blueprint 2013-2025 and the Malaysia Education Blueprint 2015-2025 (Higher Education) are here to stay. This is a relief. The Malaysia Education Blueprint 2015-2025 (Higher Education) incorporates elements to tackle the uncertainty of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR). As such, the […]

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Educated Hope in Dark Times: The Challenge of the Educator/Artist as a Public Intellectual

By: Dr. Henry Giroux Introduction By: Jaroslav Anděl This first roundtable in the series What Education Do We Need? comprises two parts. Part one features a lead essay by Henry A. Giroux titled “Educated Hope in Dark Times: The Challenge of the Educator/Artist as a Public Intellectual”; the second part includes four responses by thinkers from different backgrounds: […]

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Shadow Libraries Access to Knowledge in Global Higher Education

Resumen: Examinar los nuevos ecosistemas de acceso que están surgiendo en los países de medianos y bajos ingresos a medida que se expanden las oportunidades para la educación superior, pero el financiamiento para los materiales se reduce. Incluso cuando los países de medianos y bajos ingresos amplían sus sistemas de educación superior, sus gobiernos se están retirando […]

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