Tag Archives: education

Can Inequality Be Reduced?

What are the realistic options to tackle the scourge of crass inequality in rich welfare states?

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The Plight Of China’s “Left Behind” Children

61 million children in China grow up effectively parentless. Imagine the consequences on their development.

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Education and the Global Battle Against Extremism

Education is the most powerful tool for building a fairer, more humane and inclusive world.

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Why Good U.S. Jobs Are Too Few and Wages So Poor

The lack of workers trained for a more technologically demanding workplace is slowing growth.

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New Beginnings in Timor-Leste

Improving educational standards in Timor-Leste is vital for its future success.

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The Globalist’s Top 10 Features on Women

A selection of the most interesting features on women and gender issues published by The Globalist in 2014.

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Can China Innovate Without Freedom of Information?

A desire to stay relevant and powerful may push China towards new information ethics.

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Larks and Owls: Sleep, Evolution and Industrialization

Sleep has a long evolutionary history. And yet science does not know why we do it.

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It’s Memorial Day: Give Your Kid a Break

The SAT bores and tortures students – and has nothing to do with education.

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Education: Thailand’s Real State of Emergency

Will Thailand’s elite finally extend education to the masses?

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