Take 1 –Education
Wat zijn de implicaties van teruglopende geboortecijfers voor het hoger onderwijs? Frankrijk wil buitenlandse studenten hogere collegegelden gaan vragen en online onderwijs heeft alleen meerwaarde als het op te schalen is.
Declining fertility rates have implications for the whole economy. But higher ed will be among the first to confront the consequences. https://t.co/fYRwG6i0a3
— Harvard Business Review (@HarvardBiz) October 18, 2019
France’s move to charge foreign students higher tuition fees has been thrown into doubt by a ruling from the country’s Constitutional Council that higher education must be free https://t.co/j3uNEoXmUD
— TimesHigherEducation (@timeshighered) October 18, 2019
“Online education can’t be just another offering: It has to be a scalable model.” https://t.co/96dah3OY6b
— The Chronicle of Higher Education (@chronicle) October 18, 2019
These schools are helping kids left fatherless by lynch mobs
In a unique initiative, two schools are helping children of lynching victims by offering them education and a safe place to stay
— Times of India (@timesofindia) October 13, 2019
Take 2 –Research
Hoe moeten wetenschappers zich verhouden tot de wetenschap? De groeiende importantie van data in de wetenschap en de bekoelende relatie op academisch gebied tussen India en China.
See my editorial in Science: Scientists and politics? https://t.co/kj0Tx27Bfl. In my view, for scientists to become more involved they need to sustain unaligned independence and not be captured by normal politics. Science also suffers when it becomes just another vested interest.
— Ian L Boyd (@IanLBoyd) October 18, 2019
How did data get so… big? @SabinaLeonelli tracks the complex institutional, technological and economic developments that have allowed data to become reusable assets, repeatedly transforming research and its role in society. https://t.co/qOjOgvuj2T
— Nature News & Comment (@NatureNews) October 17, 2019
Under a new policy, universities and research institutes in India must seek permission from the ministries of Home Affairs and External Affairs before signing a collaboration agreement or memorandum of understanding with a Chinese institution. https://t.co/VNKkxzrtbm
— News from Science (@NewsfromScience) October 17, 2019
Take 3 – Great Britain
Alles over Groot-Brittannië waar premier Boris Johnson dit weekend gaat proberen een nieuwe Brexit-deal door het Lagerhuis te loodsen.
EU leaders give Brexit deal cautious approval but foresee obstacles https://t.co/6GIjK7qAhr
— The Guardian (@guardian) October 17, 2019
Flagship Tory free schools policy failing to help students in areas that need it most, report says https://t.co/hoG0Cn0ntt
— The Independent (@Independent) October 17, 2019
Quality English & Quality Education adds UK schools
— The PIE News (@ThePIENews) October 17, 2019
Ofsted’s Chief Inspector, Amanda Spielman, discusses upcoming changes to how Ofsted will inspect initial teacher education (ITE) partnerships… https://t.co/jSjyeKPqW8
— Association for PE (@afPE_PE) October 17, 2019