How can disadvantaged universities attract more funding?

by Nazeema Mohamed,  25 July 2019, University World News African Edition It is five years since Inyathelo, with the support of the Kresge Foundation (a primarily domestic American foundation), first asked Dr Sean Jones of EduActive Solutions to conduct the Annual Survey of Philanthropy in Higher Education (ASPIHE). This series of research reports was the 

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New critical skills list for SA expected in 2020

Potential immigrants can use the ‘critical skills visa’ to seek legal status by Carol Paton,  31 July, 2019, BusinessDay The department of higher education has begun the lengthy process of compiling a new list of critical skills that will be used to determine whether a foreigner may apply for a visa to live and work 

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7 key phrases Montessori teachers use and why we should use them, too

Reference: by Christina Clemer Url: https://www.mother.ly/child/7-key-phrases-montessori-teachers-use-and-why-we-should-use-them-too-#close Date: 20 October 2017 Montessori can be hard to sum up in just a few words—it is a philosophy on education and child development that runs deep. It’s a way of seeing the world. I think one of the easiest ways to get an idea for what Montessori means is 

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Article of the Day: Monster or Human?

IS THERE A DIFFERENCE? NO, SAYS MARY SHELLEY’S FRANKENSTEIN. Despite being published nearly 200 years ago, Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein continues to dominate popular culture. The story charts the tragic happenings of Victor Frankenstein, devoted student of natural philosophy, as he becomes a creator, gives life to a pseudo-human monster and suffers the consequences. Even those 

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