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The Department of Education released a draft report about big data and education today.
In recent years, more education professionals have noticed the benefits of online learning. Such programs allow students to comprehend a subject matter in a structure that can be more convenient for their learning styles.
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Restrictions on visas, the massive rise in tuition fees for European Union students at English universities and the murder of a student from India over Christmas are posing a threat to the future of universities, academics warned yesterday. At stake is not only the vast extra earnings they bring to the economy – estimated at £5bn a year – but UK universities' reputation as being world-class institutions in which to study.
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Characterised by creativity and attuned to the needs of their age, the first European universities have important lessons for higher education today, says Miri Rubin As a historian of the Middle Ages, I am frequently asked about the links between universities then and now.
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The Scandinavian country is an education superpower because it values equality more than excellence. Sergey Ivanov/Flickr Everyone agrees the United States needs to improve its education system dramatically, but how?