Oxford is protecting students ...

Oct 9, 2020 by

The identity and purpose of universities as spaces of free thinking depends on it. Students at the University of Oxford will now...

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Anticapitalism wasn’t ba...

Oct 6, 2020 by

The UK government has published new guidance barring materials produced by groups opposed to capitalism from schools. Materials...

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How coronavirus highlights the...

Sep 20, 2020 by

A shared sense of vulnerability could benefit society. Certain groups in society are often labelled as “vulnerable”. If you belong to...

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Bilingual education in Wales: ...

Sep 20, 2020 by

The benefits of a bilingual education are huge. Bilingualism can result in changes in the brains of children, potentially offering...

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‘I don’t want my f...

Sep 20, 2020 by

Many young people with inflammatory bowel disease choose to conceal their diagnosis from friends and colleagues. Young people with...

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Americans are renouncing U.S. ...

Sep 10, 2020 by

Brett Goodin – President Trump hosted a televised naturalization ceremony at the White House, aired during the Republication...

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You could be putting your chil...

Aug 18, 2020 by

Isang Awah – Not every child is a bookworm, but research shows that developing a love of reading early in life can provide many...

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How to support children with s...

Aug 14, 2020 by

As lockdowns end, schools are reopening. But it will be far from normal. Children and parents have struggled to adjust to...

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Teachers have been let down by...

Aug 12, 2020 by

The education sector has to constantly re-learn lessons about using digital technologies in teaching. The coronavirus pandemic has...

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The office is dead! Long live ...

Jul 25, 2020 by

The post-pandemic office will be a lot more flexible but still will be necessary to help build relationships among colleagues,...

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Mask resistance during a pande...

Jul 13, 2020 by

As the US battled the 1918 influenza pandemic, some communities staged contentious battles against wearing masks. Sound familiar?...

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Why youth activism has passed ...

Jun 30, 2020 by

Ye Liu – Around the world, young people are emerging as trailblazers for social change. Youth activism has ranged from Malala...

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Most white parents don’t...

Jun 27, 2020 by

In a recent survey, more than three-quarters of white parents of 6- to 11-year-olds said they didn’t talk to their kids very...

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What it means to be black in t...

Jun 12, 2020 by

Kevin O’Neal Cokley – Many people still think that racism is no longer a problem in America. After the election of...

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Digital homeschooling: we need...

Jun 1, 2020 by

We’ve spent the last decade being anxious about the increasing amount of time young people spend in front of screens. However, in the...

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What’s next for schools ...

May 16, 2020 by

An expert predicts a rethink on technology access, reconnecting with the working class, and more. No schools, no exams, more online...

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Patients Fearing COVID-19 Risk...

May 16, 2020 by

Delaying medical care comes at a cost, both human and financial. The patients some emergency rooms have been seeing are a lot sicker...

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Our centuries-long quest for &...

Apr 26, 2020 by

Is noise the real monster? Or is it our own intolerance of unwanted sounds? The new film “A Quiet Place” is an edge-of-your-seat tale...

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Coronavirus: Telemedicine is g...

Apr 2, 2020 by

Frank V. Zerunyan – As of April 1, there are more than 179,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the U.S. Nowhere has been hit...

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You could be putting your chil...

Mar 24, 2020 by

Isang Awah – Not every child is a bookworm, but research shows that developing a love of reading early in life can provide many...

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