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STEMbyThomas 7h
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OECD Education Feb 11
Fewer students appear to be reading for leisure but instead read more to fulfill their practical needs and read in more online formats. Find out more ➡️
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MoreArtsPlease Feb 15
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ORB 7h
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Jennifer Chung 24h
Absolutely. More , fewer high-stakes tests. This is some good policy learning from . 🇫🇮
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international-education.blog Feb 11
Mind the gap! Some countries separate disadvantaged and advantaged students (e.g., Bulgaria), others have mixed schools (e.g. Finland). Kaspar Burger shows that segregation is associated with achievement inequality:
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ORB 8h
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Dee wineceller Feb 14
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AFS Intercultural Programs Feb 12
Developing global skills to thrive in a diverse world must be a right for everyone worldwide, says AFS President and CEO, in advance of AFS Global Conference which will launch Global Competence results.
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Alfonso Navarro Carvallo Feb 16
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Leer.es Feb 13
«Los profesores en Singapur tienen grandes perspectivas profesionales con perfiles competenciales y capacidades claramente definidas. Es un factor de motivación esencial».
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