Education

Dear Mr Gove, I am writing in the hope of persuading you to retract proposed plans to remove American literature English GCSEs and focus more on British authors. As a student of English Literature and Politics at The University of Reading I cannot help but feel that this would be a great loss to future generations of students in terms of what is commonly regarded as both an incredible art form and an important part of education. As a first year student of English Literature I must emphasise the important role that literature from other cultures played in my decision to continue my studies thus far. Although I have always had a great love for literature it was my English Language and Literature GCSEs that consolidated my passion for the subject and inspired me to pursue it to degree...
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Formation and roll out of Entrepreneurship clubs/societies at every High School in South Africa SA Teen Entrepreneur Foundation, A Non Profit Organization that was formed by a concerned parent with a sole aim of promoting and seeding a spirit and culture of entrepreneurship in South Africa, is looking for funding to realize this dream. If South Africa is serious about increasing entrepreneurial activity , then it has to support structures like SA Teen Entrepreneur Foundation that are planting the seeds of entrepreneurship in our young children. Currently there are approximately 18 million teenagers in South Africa. If we take the fact that there are 27 000 high Schools in South Africa say with an average of 600 children in each, we can conclude that there are roughly 16 million...
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Revival Not since the 1970's have we seen such enthusiasm for art...
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An open letter to Iowans (concerning the University of Northern Iowa) In an attempt to elicit good publicity, the University of Northern Iowa (hereafter referred to as UNI) held UNI day at the Iowa State Capitol. This open letter will refute their claims that UNI is beneficial to our state, and it will also inform people of: their horrendous misuse of funds, the university’s discrimination of certain protected people, and what the Iowa Board of Regents does to fix these issues. For a university to tout platitudes but not honor those promises, that is morally corrupt, and it is detrimental to anyone associated with said university. Is it not egregious in our society to be called a hypocrite? to prove itself a hypocrite, UNI asserts that the following is true: No...
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