Looking at school threats around the Midlands
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Looking at school threats around the Midlands

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Online communities as sites for engagement: Rosianna Halse Rojas at TEDxBrighton
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Online communities as sites for engagement: Rosianna Halse Rojas at TEDxBrighton

Translator: Capa Girl Reviewer: Elisabeth Buffard Hello, everyone. Firstly, I’m going to preface this by saying I worked at a bookshop for five years, which…

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J.D. Vance on Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of Family and Culture in Crisis – Full interview | VIEWPOINT

Charles: We’re happy to have J.D. Vance, the author of the best selling “Hillbilly Elegy,” in the studios today. I guess I gotta start, J.D,…

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Exciting STEM Programs at Holyoke Community College!
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Exciting STEM Programs at Holyoke Community College!

At Holyoke Community College, we offer two exciting opportunities designed for students who are interested in science, technology, engineering, and math, also known as STEM….

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Tips for Great Group Work in the Classroom
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Tips for Great Group Work in the Classroom

Collaboration. We all know it’s great for students’ learning but let’s get real about group work for a minute. It’s great in theory, but it…

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How America’s celebrity obsession weakens the fight against inequality | Amy Chua
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How America’s celebrity obsession weakens the fight against inequality | Amy Chua

Well, I happen to be a fan of democracy. I think it has flaws, but there was just no other better system for one simple…

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Social Groups: Crash Course Sociology #16
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Social Groups: Crash Course Sociology #16

“If all your friends jumped off a bridge, would you jump too?” It’s the lament of many an exasperated parent, but it’s also a kind…

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Race & Ethnicity: Crash Course Sociology #34
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Race & Ethnicity: Crash Course Sociology #34

How do you define race? If you had to describe why you think you’re a member of one race and someone else was a member…

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What does ‘cultural capital’ mean for early years?
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What does ‘cultural capital’ mean for early years?

We want to be clear about what we mean by cultural capital. For schools we’ve said that cultural capital is the essential knowledge that children…

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Max Weber & Modernity: Crash Course Sociology #9
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Max Weber & Modernity: Crash Course Sociology #9

Take a second and imagine life just over five hundred years ago. Say you’re in Europe, at the tail end of the Middle Ages. If…

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