Teachers in a violence-wracked southern Thai province said Monday that they are shutting down all primary schools there until the government can guarantee their safety from attacks by Muslim insurgents.
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Auckland University and the Government appear headed for a showdown over what courses the university is offering - and what the country needs.
More tuition flexibility linked to stronger accountability measures for Florida's state universities are among the final recommendations approved Tuesday by Gov. Rick Scott's higher education task force.
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Campuses should take a more direct role in elementary and secondary education, says the American Association of State Colleges and Universities.
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University interview questions could now include 'who would you save from a nuclear attack and why?'
As the deadline for Oxbridge applications looms, Oxford tutors talk through the type of questions they'll be asking university applicants this autumn – and the answers they hope to hear
Guardian investigation finds only seven children from the city's poorest areas got grades for top university last year