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11 June 2012 Tens of thousands of teachers will be forced back to the classroom to study grammar and maths because they lack the knowledge to deliver tough new primary school lessons. Ministers yesterday unveiled an overhaul of England's substandard'
Michael Short / Special to the Chronicle Third-graders practice cursive writing at Encompass Academy in East Oakland. Cursive writing and repetitive learning are not priorities under a new set of national education standards offered to states. Images
Questions for Classes 10 and 12 will be reformulated and restructured to encourage students to apply their mind. The human resource development (HRD) ministry feels that the existing formats encourage learning by rote, and do not require students to
While many of us benefit from the ease and simplicity of programs like Google Maps for navigation, Tenenbaum, a professor of computational computer science at MIT, said: 'That's very easy. 'It's not even called it AI anymore...But LeCun was
Taipei, May 31 (CNA) A visiting economist from the United States and a local tycoon, both of whom attended a forum organized by the Taipei-based magazine Global Views Monthly, crossed swords Wednesday over the relationship between education and
The hue and cry over the Intermediate Physics paper this year reflected how fragile our examination and evaluation system is. A slight deviation from the set standards of question paper setting shook thousands of students including bright ones who
The culture of cheating Whilst sipping tea and having a late night conversation with a cousin who recently appeared for Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Examination, I was enlightened' with her insightful information pertaining to the latest
The 'Stanford Achievement Test Series Tenth Edition (India), the Indian adaptation and standardisation of this gold standard for achievement testing, was launched here last night by Pearson education, among the world's latest education companies.
What I was a kid we were all encouraged to learn Russian because the Soviet Union was apparently going to dominate world trade. Dan, Newcastle, 12/3/2012 11:41 We are not in an economic cycle we are in near the end of a 26000 year cycle...The
Bookish knowledge' alone will not help, say students Schools and colleges evaluate students in terms of the marks they procure in the examinations. This they achieve through book knowledge Well, can that be called smart studies or mugging up your