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Medizinstudium: Pfleger werden Ärzte

sueddeutsche_bild - Thu, 06/12/2018 - 19:53

Wer berufliche Erfahrung mit Kranken hat, sollte leichter Medizin studieren können.

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YouTube deletes cheating videos after BBC investigation

bbc education - Thu, 06/12/2018 - 19:20
Thousands of videos have been taken down by YouTube as a result of a BBC investigation into essay-writing adverts.
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Third of maintained English secondary schools in the red

the guardian - Thu, 06/12/2018 - 18:34

Average annual loss has risen to £484,000, while spending per pupil has fallen

Three out of every 10 maintained secondary schools had budget deficits of nearly £500,000 last year, according to new figures on local authority spending that shed further light on the funding crunch hitting schools and nurseries in England.

The Department for Education figures show that more than 30% of mainstream local authority secondary schools had a financial shortfall in 2017-18, compared with just 11% five years earlier, despite government claims that education funding is at its highest level on record.

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Studium: Kultusminister schaffen Wartezeit für Medizinstudium ab

sueddeutsche_bild - Thu, 06/12/2018 - 18:31

Bei der Vergabe von Studienplätzen sollen außerdem künftig auch andere Kriterien als die Abiturnote berücksichtigt werden.

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SZ-Podcast "Auf den Punkt": Verschlafen die Schulen die Digitalisierung?

sueddeutsche_bild - Thu, 06/12/2018 - 18:03

Der Bund will den Schulen für die Digitalisierung fünf Milliarden Euro schenken. Aber alle 16 Bundesländer sind dagegen. Wieso der Digitalpakt plötzlich auf der Kippe steht, erklärt SZ-Bildungsredakterin Susanne Klein.

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Schule: Digitalpakt Schule soll "zügig" in Kraft treten

sueddeutsche_bild - Thu, 06/12/2018 - 16:34

Das beschlossen die Länder bei einer Sitzung der Kultusminister. Wie es nun weitergeht, bleibt aber unklar.

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Children from rich families more active than poorer peers – Sport England survey

the guardian - Thu, 06/12/2018 - 15:11

Study finds 15% of children from poorest families are active every day, compared with 22% of richest

Children from the richest families are more active than those from less affluent families, figures from Sport England show, prompting calls for a more collective effort to make sport accessible for all children.

The findings revealed the scale of the challenge to help the nation’s children be more active, the sports governing body said.

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« Les lycéens ont un point commun avec les gilets jaunes: ils ne croient plus à la parole politique »

lemonde_edu - Thu, 06/12/2018 - 13:19
L’incertitude sur leur avenir professionnel est au coeur de ce mouvement lycéen, remarque Claude Garcia, professeur de SES dans un établissement rural.
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A Lyon, la révolte des lycéens touche davantage les établissements périphériques

lemonde_edu - Thu, 06/12/2018 - 13:17
Inégalités, sentiment d’abandon, volonté d’exprimer un ras-le-bol, les élèves rejoignent le mouvement des « gilets jaunes ».
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Le diplôme n’efface pas la distance de classe

lemonde_edu - Thu, 06/12/2018 - 13:00
Les étudiants issus de milieux populaires rivalisent d’efforts pour trouver un équilibre entre leur milieu d’origine et celui qu’ils rejoignent.
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Two students in Leeds pay very different levels for accommodation

bbc education - Thu, 06/12/2018 - 12:36
Student accommodation prices are rising. Eleanor and Amy pay very different amounts for their rooms in Leeds.
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The charity getting young people rowing

bbc education - Thu, 06/12/2018 - 12:24
London Youth Rowing hopes to encourages young people to be active through the sport.
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Le point sur la journée de mobilisation des lycéens

lemonde_edu - Thu, 06/12/2018 - 12:09
A l’appel de deux syndicats, le SGL et la FIDL, les lycéens réclament l’abandon des réformes du lycée, du baccalauréat, de la voie professionnelle et de la loi orientation et réussite des étudiants.
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Down with 'studentification': how cities fought for their right not to party

the guardian - Thu, 06/12/2018 - 09:30

From Bristol to Nottingham, university towns across the country are facing up to the negative impacts of large student populations

It’s 1.30am on a Sunday in Redland, Bristol, and a student party is in full swing. A front door opens and a young woman comes out dressed as a frog. But this isn’t your average slice of uni mayhem: immediately, the student hired to act as doorman darts forward with a finger to his lips. In the street, departing guests whisper while they wait for their Ubers.

Their unusually considerate approach to late-night noise is based on fear of a large fine and disciplinary action from their university, which recently started cracking down, largely in response to the work of one local man. Andrew Waller started his campaigning website the Noise Pages in March this year after a rash of professionally organised student parties shattered the peace in this tight-knit neighbourhood.

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Cultured robots and prison record labels: the UK's research breakthroughs

the guardian - Thu, 06/12/2018 - 09:00

A list of the UK’s 100 top discoveries showcases on the ground-breaking projects happening in universities

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UCL launches inquiry into historical links with eugenics

the guardian - Thu, 06/12/2018 - 09:00

Staff and students want UCL to remove name of ‘father of eugenics’ Francis Galton from university buildings

University College London has launched an inquiry into its historical links with eugenics, following pressure from students and staff.

It emerged in January that conferences on eugenics and intelligence had been run secretly at the university for at least three years by James Thompson, an honorary senior lecturer at UCL. Speakers included white supremacists and a researcher who has previously advocated child rape.

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Why do dyslexic students do worse at university? | Christopher Byrne

the guardian - Thu, 06/12/2018 - 09:00

Too many university staff are sceptical about dyslexia diagnoses, and fail to give students the support they need

The proportion of UK university students who are dyslexic has increased markedly in recent years, rising to around 5%. Yet there remains a significant dyslexia attainment gap: around 40% of dyslexic students achieve a 2.1 or above, compared to 52% of non-dyslexic students. Dyslexia is unrelated to intelligence, so why does this gap persist?

Unfortunately, outdated attitudes towards dyslexia among university staff prevail. Too many view it as something made up by middle-class “helicopter parents” to gain unfair advantages for their children entering university, and not the valid medical diagnosis that it actually is. Even where it is accepted as a condition rooted in an inability to match spoken sounds with their written forms, the accommodations made to level the playing field for dyslexic students are often inadequate.

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Suivez en direct la mobilisation des lycéens contre la réforme du lycée et du baccalauréat

lemonde_edu - Thu, 06/12/2018 - 08:48
A l’appel de deux syndicats lycéens, la SGL et la FIDL, de nombreux blocages sont attendus jeudi dans les établissements.
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How working-class children ended up paying for the financial crisis | Owen Jones

the guardian - Thu, 06/12/2018 - 08:00

From special educational needs funding to youth centres, post-crash cuts have wrought havoc in Britain’s poorest communities

A decade ago, the banks and their powerful allies tipped much of the western world into crisis. They were never going to pay for it: in Britain, a Conservative party they kept financially afloat has made sure of it. The richest 1,000 families resident in Britain – bankers and financiers among them – have more than doubled their net worth during an era of austerity and stagnating living standards. Instead, the crisis would be paid for with the future of an entire generation, not least youngsters from working-class backgrounds. Last week the BBC broadcaster Andrew Neil tweeted that he’d “treat people who want to start class war as same as race war”, in effect comparing leftists who believe in challenging gross disparities of wealth and power with white supremacists. But as the billionaire Warren Buffett put it: “There’s class warfare, all right, but it’s my class, the rich class, that’s making war, and we’re winning.”

This is vandalism. It inflicts damage not just on the young people directly affected, but on the nation’s future

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Blocages des lycées : « Il nous est impossible de nous faire entendre autrement »

lemonde_edu - Thu, 06/12/2018 - 07:31
C’est un mouvement de contestation « diffus » et « monté très vite » que décrivent les acteurs de l’école, alors qu’une nouvelle journée de mobilisation des lycéens s’annonce jeudi 6 décembre.
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