Graduate Trend Week heads to east London and the heart of the sector

A model wears an Antarctic-inspired coat created by Lauren Lake of Kingston University. Photograph: Trisha Ward for the Guardian The streets of east London looked much more vibrant and outlandish … Continue Reading →

How to get a work when you graduate

Leaving it till you are sitting in front of a blank personal computer display trying to compose your CV for a graduate occupation may effectively be too late to assess … Continue Reading →

The view from north of the border: metropolitan elites, Mackintosh and migration

The Scottish designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Photograph: Unknown/TSPL Scotland’s initial Ukip member of the European Parliament, David Coburn, explained his party’s achievement north of the border in the following terms: … Continue Reading →

Secret Teacher: why is receiving a new occupation such a heinous crime?

This week’s Secret Instructor has been produced to really feel as though resigning from their job was a crime. Photograph: Alamy Dear Boss, I know you have taken me handing … Continue Reading →

Ofsted inspectors make U-flip on ‘Trojan Horse’ college, leak displays

Ofsted’s 1st inspection of Park See academy – at the centre of the Trojan Horse allegations of an Islamist plot – cleared the college of allegations of discrimination and retained … Continue Reading →

Youthful men and women need to have a world of books

Illustration: I cannot support but be reminded of Orwellian doublethink when studying of Michael Gove’s insistence that he has “not banned anything at all” from the new GCSE English … Continue Reading →

Michael Jindra study (c) Cherrie Borres-Zem

New Notre Dame post examines the dilemma of equality and diversity

© Cherrie Borres-Zem A new report by University of Notre Dame anthropologist Michael Jindra offers a fresh and provocative statement of how culture contributes to inequality and argues that there … Continue Reading →

Personal nurseries exaggerate attainment gap and flaws in careers suggestions

The attainment gap amongst poor and wealthy youngsters is getting exacerbated by low-top quality private nurseries which cluster in locations of deprivation, research suggests. Photograph: David Levene for the Guardian … Continue Reading →

Might 30, 2014

Regional Information Dover PostGov. Markell, Spanish Ambassador renew language immersion agreementGov. Jack Markell and Spanish Ambassador Ramón Gil-Casares signed a tribute at McIlvaine Early Childhood Center on Tuesday that reaffirms … Continue Reading →

Motherlode Website: Your Flip: A Weekend Thread, Open for Remarks

Welcome to Motherlode’s weekly open thread. Do you have thoughts about the information this week, and how it affects families? A query to request? A rant to share? This is … Continue Reading →

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