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Educational inequality widening Australia’s rich-poor gap, report finds

Cost to nation’s economy $20bn over six years, with students at bottom of schooling system falling further behind.

Educational inequality has cost the Australian economy more than $20bn, as well as contributing to the widening gap between rich and poor, new research has found.

Dr. Dimitris Thanasoulas talks to TEACHNEWS about TOWER BRIDGE BOOKS.

TOWER BRIDGE BOOKS 

Dr. Dimitris Thanasoulas has been teaching English across the board for many years, and translating literary and other books from and into English. He holds a PhD in Linguistics  and the Psychology of Education from King’s College, London,an MA in Applied Linguistics from Sussex University, and a BA in English Literature and Linguistics from Athens University.

Revise seven hours a day over Easter, says education expert

Students with exams this summer should study for seven hours a day over the Easter holidays, an education expert has said.

Barnaby Lenon, chairman of the Independent Schools Council, published the advice on the council's website.

In Sweden’s Preschools, Boys Learn to Dance and Girls Learn to Yell

STOCKHOLM — Something was wrong with the Penguins, the incoming class of toddlers at the Seafarer’s Preschool, in a wooded suburb south of Stockholm.

The boys were clamorous and physical. They shouted and hit.

Education and Schools in Greece

The standard of education and schools in Greece has suffered as a result of austerity measures imposed by the EU. Job cuts and staff redeployments have resulted in many teachers becoming unemployed. The result is that many qualified teachers have left the country and others have taken to the streets in mass demonstrations.