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Education: Schools, Univerity, Children, Autodidactism

Left elite's determination to dum down now bars bright pupils from University Latest plans put forward by elitist lefties to make university access 'more equal' can only lead to higher education being dumbed down as skin colour, sexuality or being from a single parent family will count for more than intelligence.

Banning Words Like "Fatty" Is Not Being Caring And Nice, It's Fascism By Stealth
The more desperate the Thought Police get because they see the tide in society not just tuining against their stupid, politically correct agenda but becoming a torrent, the more loony their ideas get. The latest Loonytoons notion is to ban the use of terms like fatty and speccy-four-eyes and introduce body image and self esteem classes in schools. Pupils who offend can then join the 80,000 kids, some as young as four, who are on the racism register for crimes as serious as calling a black child velcro - head.
Science cannot provide all the answers, there is room for faith
Why, in these days when the militant atheist supporters of Richard Dawkins and his fellow travellers are so ready to decry and belittle religiopus faith and claim science has proved God does not exist, do so many eminent scientists still believe in God, including a number who have made carers in science but are very active in their respectoive churces?

Almost Half Of English Adults Are Poor At Maths
A shockingly high number of British adults are terrible at mathematics. But is this a reflectionn on the British people or on the way maths is taught in schools. Many maths teachers in secondary school have little patience with pupils who don't display a geeky level of ability at and enthusiasm for mathematics.

No Jobs For The Masses In The New Economy Despite University Education
No matter how leaders like David Cameron and Barack Obama try to talk up their economies or assure voters the jobs market is improving, growth returning and unemployment will soon start falling, the truth is change does not equal progress and forcing the pace of social change has only masked the true depth of economic and social problems. One of these is unemployment and particularly joblessness among the young. Even a universdity education does not provide a guaranteed career path ... Education

Not Qualified To Press A Button
Janice Woodward spent 75 minutes trapped with her granddaughter in a lift at her local ASDA store at Portland, Dorset, after health and safety rules stopped staff pushing a button to rescue them according to ...

GCSE Skydiving? And They Call It Education?
It's good to see the education system have decided to stop making exams as easy as falling off a wall. At least is the conclusion one might draw from the fact that a new exam introduced by the WJEC exam board will require candidate to jump out of a plane ...
Britain's Too Soft Information Technology Curriculum To Be Beefed Up
These days, it seems no serios education debate is possdible because all anybody wants to talk about is how important it is for young people to learn programming skills: the Livingstone-Hope Skills Review has called for making computer science a part of the national curriculum. It's all part of an agenda driven push to make Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) subjects central to our country's education system. But what's new? Almost every ...

Not Qualified To Press A Button
Janice Woodward spent 75 minutes trapped with her granddaughter in a lift at her local ASDA store at Portland, Dorset, after health and safety rules stopped staff pushing a button to rescue them according to ...

Devaluation By Degree
Most people involved in education, parents, employers and pupilds would agree that higher education is overrated. A University degree no longer guarantees career success and can even be a drawback. This satirical look at the university system highlights a few things that are wrong.

Schools Cut History Lessons In Favour Of Multiculturalism Classes New research confirms what The Daily Stirrer has reported before, that rising numbers of secondary school pupils are receiving just two years of compulsory history lessons during secondary education instead of the recommended three because of pressure on school timetables. Where history used to be one of the spaples of education it is incrasingly being squeezed out to make room on the timetable for topics like multiculturalis, racial awareness and feminism studies. Many schools fail now to offer history as ...

Google Chief Slams British School System
Google chief Schmidt slams British schools but as Gogle trades in stupidity is he talking through his arse. America is simply better at importing Indian and Japanese nerds than Britain.

Brit Speak - the battle for our language
Americans get quite tetchy when pompous Brits accuse them of mutilating the language, so it’s understandable that we are a tad impatient when an American starts to criticise our slang and colloquial expressions.

The Two Minutes Hate
The debating style of the 'progressive left' or 'progressive liberals' as they style themselves inthe United States increasingly reminds me of an Orwellian Two Minutes Hate session ...

Schools Failing To Promote Reading Of Classic BooksSchools Failing To Promote Classics Hampers Pupils Education
Less than one in 100 teenagers who took the most popular English literature course and sat the A level examination last year chose to answer questions on novels published prior to 1900, says Michael Gove, Education Secretary in the Coalition government. Only 1,236 out of 300,000 students read Pride and Prejudice, 285 studied Far From the Madding Crowd and just 187 completed Wuthering Heights as part of their course, he claims ... [ Read all ]

More Graduates Stuck In Low Skill Jobs More University graduates, on leaving college are being forced into taking jobs that do not require graduate level educational qualifications due to lack of openings for graduates in the jobs market, according to research published today. The study shows that six months after leaving university, approximately 40% of last year's graduates are ...

Two Thirds Of Universities To Charge Top Fees
The Coalition’s flagship policy on tuition fees looked to be descending into chaos yesterday after it emerged that two thirds of universities would be looking to charge the maximum £9,000 a year for degree courses ...

Schools Failure To Promote Classics Hampers Reading
Less than one in 100 teenagers who took the most popular English literature course and sat the A level examination last year chose to answer questions on novels published prior to 1900, says Michael Gove, Education Secretary in the Coalition government, claiming this is in part responsible for the poor standard of reading among pupils leaving seconday education..

Education, Education, Edu - Show me the money
Forgive me for feeling like a smug bastard but once again I have been proved years ahead of the mainstream in my thinking. A friend remind me of a conversation we had years ago when, after the unfortunate death of John Smith we were discussing the prospects of the new Labour Leader.
Amid much wailing and gnashing of teeth we held up silver crucifixes, chewed garlic and ...Read all

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