Great Britain: International student paradise. Or is it?

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British universities have got a lot going for them when it comes to an international reputation.  Research, world-class facilities and some of the most respected names this side of the Atlantic – some of them even outmatching our American counterparts.  Names like Oxford and Cambridge pave the way for some extraordinary opportunities for students from... Read more »

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Birmingham schools investigation draws to a close – but what’s happened?

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It would appear that the initial case that we’ve all been following here at Tutorhub is drawing to a close.  For now, at least. The Trojan Horse case, as it’s being known, as gripped educational analysts and commentators for the last few months now, as the Department for Education investigates claims of religious takeovers and... Read more »

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CCTV in schools: is this really a good idea?

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Blimey, there are so many teaching union conferences in April, maybe it’s the hint of some Spring sunshine. The National Union of Teachers (NUT) had their annual event at the beach in Brighton and the National Association of Schoolmasters Union of Women Teachers (NASUWT) holding their conference in the somewhat less glamorous location of Birmingham.  I mean, it’s... Read more »

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