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These are the 20 most innovative countries in Europe

Below you can see Europe's 20 most innovative countries, ranked from least innovative to most according to the innovation points assigned to them by the European Commission.

GCSE textbook saying working-class pupils lack right attitudes to succeed to be rewritten

‘What about the students who have been taught this nonsense and believe it to be fact?’

Q&A: Designing a font to help students remember key information

In today’s Q&A we chat to Dr Jo Peryman and Dr Janneke Blijlevens from Melbourne’s RMIT University about the creation and early testing of Sans Forgetica, which is a new font designed to help students remember key information.

Live theatre improves learning and tolerance

Taking students on excursions to see live theatre produces significant educational benefits, including higher levels of tolerance, social perspective taking, and stronger command of the plot and vocabulary of those plays, new research shows.

Creating a Culture of Innovation in Schools.

I'm sure by now you are sick of hearing about, thinking about and seeing the word innovation! We are inundated with the overuse of the word in both business and education. The wired magazine touts “Innovation” as “The Most Important & Overused Word in America.”