Category: Education

‘Lovers of Modena’ were men, new research confirms

By George Biggs Archeologists have discovered that the famous ‘Lovers of Modena’ were both male. The 1,600 year old skeletal remains were

Nearly half of parents want mobile phones banned in schools

By Shayan Shakir Just under half of parents (49%) in the UK believe that schools should ban mobile phones, a survey has revealed. An eighth of

Top GCSE grades on the rise

By Shayan Shakir Even after implementing what has been described as tougher exams, GCSE grades seem to be on the rise as this year 20.7 per cent of all exa

A-level results 2019 show an overall dip in top grades

By Shayan Shakir The 2019 A-level results day saw the number of students achieving top grades in the UK fall to its lowest level in over a

The UK will continue to endure hotter and wetter weathers as global warming accelerates

By Amara Iqbal   As climate change accelerates we have been faced with extreme weathers in the UK. This July saw the second hottest day in the UK

HSC and Equivalent Exam Pass Rate Increased by 7.29% this Year in Bangladesh

HSC and equivalent exam results have been published on Wednesday in Bangladesh. This year the combined pass rate is 73.93% which is 7.29% more compared with last year

DebateOn: Improving Sex Education in Schools

Peter Tatchell highlights why political, religious and

100 Years of the End of WWI

In the year of 1918 exactly 100 years ago on this day, the treaty of Armistice mark the end of world war one. The world is remembering this day with respects for the departed

Sex Education and Porn

Porn is big business. It is estimated to be worth about US$25bn in annual profit and to account for 30% of all internet traffic. Even if we don’t watch it ourselves, porn de

English teachers won recognition fight at Coventry

Seventy teachers delivering English language courses for international students at CU Services Ltd can now be represented by the University and College Union (UCU) after the