Monday, 13 May 2002
Britain's pupils deserve quality not quantity in their examsMonday, 13 May 2002
In our strange national obsession with examinations, quantity seems almost as important as quality. What we have in this country is a system of rote marking, in which exam papers are processed in industrial quantities by overstretched and underpaid s...
Kailash Satyarthi: The reality of modern child slaveryMonday, 13 May 2002
For a 14-year-old Indian girl called Gulabo, education would have meant life and liberty. Her father toiled for years as a slave labourer in brick kilns. Gulabo was born and brought up as a slave and was afflicted with severe malnutrition and tub...
Our man in Paris: The French way of friendshipMonday, 13 May 2002
After five years in France, we have started to make French friends. That may sound slow, but the status of "friend" is something that is never awarded lightly in France. One of my wife's new friends is a doctor. Margaret consulted her about a minor...
The open loathing between Barack Obama and Benjamin Netanyahu just got worse
President Putin is a dangerous psychopath - reason is not going to work with him
LGBT employees who feel unable to come out at work more likely to leave their jobs - and cost business millions
Ministry of Justice gets law 'terribly wrong' in its guide to courts
Prince Charles the saviour of the nation? A new book highlights concerns about how political he will be when he eventually becomes king
Sacked Education Secretary Michael Gove still sees papers via allies allowing him to 'back-seat drive' department
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