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By KATHERINE SCHULTEN
This is our final Student Opinion question until Jan. 2, 2014, so it seems only fitting to ask: What are your predictions for the new year? What do you think, or hope, might happen in the world next year? In your own personal
By Larry FerlazzoHow can I deal with unmotivated students? I'm a little bit frustrated when I know my students don't do their homework and sometimes they talk during my lessons. Part One of this series included responses from Cris Tovani, Josh Stumpenhorst and Eric Jensen. Next week's post will include more guest responses, as
Things are finally looking up for graduates and apprentices as more companies expect to hire young people in 2014, according to a new report. The CBI said more firms were set to create jobs than not in 2014 for the first time since the onset of the recession in 2008. A report, On The Up, based on responses from 325 organisations employing
It’s the holidays, and you’re a student. Ipso facto, you’re probably dirt poor. Try giving your family or friends one of these charming gifts — you’ll save money, and the recipient will delight in getting something personalized and handmade.
Salt dough ornaments
These make great
The UK's top university are opening their doors to a rising number of students with lower grades, figures from UCAS suggest. At the top universities in England, the number of English 18-year-olds accepted who did not achieve ABB or above is 70% higher than it was in 2011, according to a new UCAS report. Since 2011 universities across the UK have increased