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Outrage as Singapore prepares to execute man with learning disabilities over drugs charges

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Rights groups have urged the Singapore government to halt the execution this week of a man convicted for smuggling heroin, stating that he has learning disabilities and the sentence is a cruel violation of internation...

Disadvantaged pupils in England lag behind in Covid learning catch-up

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Pupils across England have made a recovery in learning lost during the Covid pandemic, but concerns remain over worsening results for disadvantaged secondary school students, according to new research published by the...

Rishi Sunak’s learning catch-up fund is ‘false economy’, says former schools tsar

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A former education recovery tsar has described the chancellor’s latest catch-up offer as “meagre” and warned that the government’s “half-hearted” deal for children was a “false economy”. Sir Kevan Collins said he was ...

Children in most deprived areas suffered greatest loss of learning during lockdowns – ONS

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The youngest primary school children and those in the most deprived areas suffered the greatest loss of learning during the pandemic lockdowns that closed schools to most pupils in England, according to the Office for...

Noticias en vivo sobre coronavirus: UK epidemiologist warns over third wave; Philippines facing ‘learning crisis’, says Unicef

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Neil Ferguson says UK must boost immunity by vaccinating more teenagers; 80% of parents in Philippines worried their children ‘learning less’

Cockatoos in Sydney learning from each other to bin-dive for food, hallazgos del estudio

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Sulphur-crested cockatoos are learning from each other to open wheelie bins in order to scavenge for food and the behaviour is rapidly catching on across Sydney, según una nueva investigación. With help from the public, A...

Ianis Hagi: ‘At Rangers I am learning about the mentality of winning’

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Despite spending most of his childhood travelling the world with his illustrious father, Ianis Hagi admits he couldn’t help but feel a little starstruck when he received a phone call from the Rangers manager last Janu...

CDC advises US schools to reopen for in-person learning in the fall

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades) released revised guidelines on Friday that say schools across the US should reopen for in-person learning regardless of whether they can implement all the recommend...

Greater Sydney Covid lockdown extended for extra week with schools to offer online learning

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Greater Sydney will remain in lockdown for an extra week, and schools won’t open as expected after the holiday break, as New South Wales battles to get on top of its growing Covid outbreak. Guardian Australia understa...

Universities ramping up ‘hybrid’ learning means double the work for same pay, staff say

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Staff at Australian universities say plans to “ramp up” in-person learning next semester while continuing to offer the majority of online classes means they will do twice the amount of work for the same pay. While sta...

How the US lets hot school days sabotage learning

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Human bodies react swiftly when they overheat. Blood rushes to the skin, trying to find cool air. Sweat seeps out of the skin and evaporates, dissipating body heat. But these processes have a cost: they reduce blood c...

COVID-19: generación de niños en Inglaterra "en riesgo" por la pérdida de aprendizaje

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Una generación de niños corre el riesgo de ser reprobada por el gobierno si no aborda adecuadamente las necesidades educativas causadas por la pérdida de aprendizaje durante la pandemia de Covid., un experto en movilidad social ha dicho. El COM...

Horas escolares más largas no cubrirán las brechas de aprendizaje de Covid, dice el académico de Cambridge

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Mantener a los alumnos en la escuela durante lecciones más largas no sería suficiente para superar las brechas en su aprendizaje causadas por la interrupción de Covid, según una investigación de un académico de la Universidad de Cambridge. Con el gobierno en En ...

Bite-sized knowledge: how TikTok videos are making learning fun

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At a time when we’re endlessly switching from one task to another, finding time to learn something new isn’t easy. So make the most of stolen moments and absorb new knowledge with short and snappy videosby Sarah Pyper...

Ditch the life goals: why no-pressure learning is more fun (and effective)

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Setting yourself ambitious goals may get you motivated but it can also take the fun out of being creative. Learning for the sake of learning can be much more excitingby Rosie MullenderLike many people, I sought out a ...

‘The dog couldn’t eat the homework’: three tech-savvy teachers making digital learning rock

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Technology is becoming more embedded into our world - and our schools. Aquí, teachers describe how they’ve embraced digital learning, and why they’re excited about the possibilitiesOver the past year, pupils and teach...

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