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Central American country hopes to emulate success of Singapore and Hong Kong by building 'state within a state'
The exam system should be "thoroughly overhauled" and made tougher to improve standards in the wake of the GCSE grade row, the chief inspector of schools in England has said.
Shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, lotion…how many personal care products are part of your routine?
Citing concerns for their safety, University of Colorado faculty members were vocal Tuesday in their opposition of the Colorado Supreme Courts ruling earlier this year to overturn CUs campus gun ban Chancellor Phil DiStefano, Provost Russell Moore, CU attorney John Sleeman and CU police Cmdr.
Quebec separatists got ready for a new stint in power on Wednesday, but acknowledged that a surprisingly narrow victory in Tuesday's provincial election would hit their economic
Undergraduates described a culture of sharing notes and materials for a course that once had a reputation for being easy, but whose tests had become confusing.
MOOC may be a silly-sounding acronym, but this new breed of online classes is shaking up the higher education world in ways that could be good for cash-strapped students and terrible for cash-strapped colleges.
Windows to the past, stars can unveil the history of our universe, currently estimated to be 14 billion years old.
Let’s stop branding these energy efficient technologies and policies as tools of climate change mitigation, and call them what they also are: a path to prosperity.