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Korea take a step towards the future as it announces introduction of AI in its curriculum

Synced, a website that focuses on AI technology, reports that the South Korean government will introduce AI to high school Education in 2021. The east Asian government will also to train 5000 incumbent teachers by . . .

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UK: Warning of lockdown loneliness for parents

Loneliness among parents of young children has "dramatically increased" during the pandemic, suggests research from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's Royal Foundation. The charity gathered views from half a mil . . .

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UK: University of Surrey lowers entry grades to 'relieve anxiety'

The University of Surrey will drop entry requirements by one grade for most students applying for undergraduate courses next year. (BBC) Grades will be lowered to "relieve the pressure and anxiety" for students, . . .

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Two of Hong Kong's universities slip down QS rankings

Hong Kong’s two oldest universities have slipped down a league table for Asia institutions for the second year in a row (SCMP). The University of Hong Kong (HKU) and Chinese University (CUHK) dropped one an . . .

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Study in China found struggling students can bring down the rest of the class

Misha Ketchell of The Conversation conducted a study in China which indicated that low-achieving 12-13 year old students significantly bring down the academic achievement of the rest of their class. The study con . . .

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Hong Kong Student of the Year Awards

The Student of The year awards organised by the SCMP, recognise students in variety of categories, and are sponsored by Hong Kong Jockey Club.  The winner this year of the Grand prize was Dylan Robinson, 17, . . .

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Friday round-up - a range of educational highlights from around the globe

Stimulating curiosity – the foundation of learning (Full article – Harvard GSE) Greater transparency demanded from UK universities on admissions (Full article - THE) Teaching at the right level &ndas . . .

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Children's sleep behaviors linked to gray matter volume with implications for academic performance, IQ

Emily Henderson of the News Medical Life Sciences reports that it is now scientifically proven that children who sleep better (that is, those who wake up less during night) and those who wake up earlier have more . . .

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