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Integration: Fern von Babel

sueddeutsche_bild - Sun, 24/02/2019 - 19:26

Viele Sprachen in einer Klasse schaden der Leistung der Schüler nicht - der Integration von Kindern mit Migrationshintergrund aber schon. Forscher aus Essen leiten daraus Forderungen ab, wie Klassen zusammengestellt werden sollten.

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Hochbegabte: Eine Klasse für sich

sueddeutsche_bild - Sun, 24/02/2019 - 19:26

Gleiche Chancen für alle - das ist das oberste Gebot für Schulen. Darf man da besonders Begabte besonders fördern? Ein Zwischenzeugnis.

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Duke and Duchess of Sussex support Morocco girls' school

bbc education - Sun, 24/02/2019 - 14:35
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visit a rural school to show support for female education in the country.
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Female genital mutilation: Schools to raise awareness

bbc education - Sun, 24/02/2019 - 13:35
Pupils in England will be taught about the physical and emotional harm caused by female genital mutilation.
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Breakthrough for NHS as hundreds more men study nursing

the guardian - Sun, 24/02/2019 - 11:03
Numbers of males – especially school-leavers – wanting to get on college courses are the highest in a decade

The NHS has seen a significant rise in the number of men applying to be nurses, following a recruitment drive aimed at changing attitudes towards a career long stereotyped as female-dominated.

Hundreds more men have applied to study nursing and midwifery since the start of last summer’s NHS England campaign, a 9% increase according to Ucas, the organisation that arranges university courses.

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Children to be taught dangers of female genital mutilation

the guardian - Sun, 24/02/2019 - 10:59

Sex education shake-up in secondary schools means learning about grooming, forced marriage and domestic abuse

The dangers of female genital mutilation will be taught to all secondary school pupils in England from 2020 as part of a bold shake-up of relationships and sex education.

New proposals will be presented to parliament on Monday which would see the curriculum reformed to include relationship education for primary age pupils and health education for pupils of all ages in state-funded schools. Secondary school pupils will also be taught about grooming, forced marriage and domestic abuse.

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Les doctorants étrangers exemptés de la hausse des frais d’inscription à l’université

lemonde_edu - Sun, 24/02/2019 - 04:55
Dans un entretien au « JDD », la ministre Frédérique Vidal garantit que les frais d’inscription resteront stables pour les étudiants français et européens.
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Head of Catholic order failed to tell police of sexual abuse at London school

the guardian - Sat, 23/02/2019 - 19:06
Abbot ‘did not know’ if findings at Benedictine school were relevant, national inquiry told

The head of one of the country’s most powerful Catholic orders was made aware of sex abuse allegations dating back to the 1970s at one of its schools but did not alert the authorities – contrary to the recommendations of a church commission on which he sat.

The wide-ranging Independent Inquiry Into Child Sexual Abuse has been shown a handwritten document compiled by Abbot Richard Yeo, who as president of the Benedictines conducted an inquiry at St Benedict’s School in Ealing, west London, in June 2010 following reports that there had been widespread abuse of pupils by teachers and monks.

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‘Gossip and secrecy’ fuel Oxford row over suspended dean

the guardian - Sat, 23/02/2019 - 17:00

Christ Church college and cathedral divided by ‘cruel accusations’

Prominent clergy linked to Oxford’s Christ Church cathedral are in revolt over a complaint against its dean which they say is “surrounded by secrecy and fuelled by gossip”.

In a row that has convulsed one of the university’s most venerable institutions, the Very Rev Martyn Percy, head of Christ Church – the college founded by Thomas Wolsey in 1546 – as well as dean of the cathedral, has been accused of “immoral, scandalous and disgraceful behaviour”. He has been suspended by the college’s governing body pending a tribunal led by a retired High Court judge later this year.

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