On the Agenda – Week 16, 2013

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19 april 2013 | This week on the agenda, US Minister Duncan thinks that military veterans are a "tremendous source of teaching talent" and Medvedev feels ashamed when he enters some universities, but his minister won't get sacked.

Take 1 – Teaching

@ArneDuncan: I’m a huge fan of Troops to Teachers programs – a tremendous source of talent.

@EducationSector: There is a powerful element in the reform community that is based on the talent of teachers

@FredvanLeeuwen: “Working as a team is hard when teachers are afforded so little time for collaboration”

Take 2 – EU

@eenscotland: Eight EU countries hit 2020 education goals early: Eurostat

@joophazenberg: The EU is creating a lost generation

@EENNORTHEAST: Ben Kestner (GB): How do you see research and innovation making a difference for a better future?

Take 3 – Russia

@VoiceOfRussia: Russia is planning to introduce cyber security lesson at schools in the autumn

@AbottMedia: Prime Minister Medvedev Defends Education Minister, Admits Education Problems

@MaximKhomyakov: “Great brain race” started. Where is Russia when the International Education ‘Bubble’ will Pop?

…and this week on ScienceGuideEU

@ScienceGuideEU: Putin visited the Netherlands with 50 rectors from leading universities. ScienceGuide spoke with Victor Koksharov:  “we should cooperate, not compete”

@ScienceGuideEU: The EU’s new regulation on data protection is strongly lobbied by industry. Academics from take up the gauntlet: the rules must not be watered down.


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