Important Facts to Know About Education in Spain
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Spain has invested a lot of money to make reforms in its educational system. According to various reports, the system has improved greatly in the last few decades. Most reforms have been in both primary and secondary education to ensure … Read More

Education in London
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 (Main entrance of Royal Holloway, a college of the University of London) Welcoming number of universities and other higher education institutions, London has about 378,000 students and is a major center for research and development. Most primary and secondary schools … Read More

Education in European Union
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Within the European Union education is the responsibility of Member States; European Union institutions play a supporting function. Based on Art. 165 from the Treaty on the Functioning from the European Union, the Neighborhood “shall contribute towards the development of … Read More

Universities and higher education colleges in London
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(Imperial College London) London is a global leader in the domain of the education, with one of the largest concentrations of universities and higher education institutions in the world. It has 40 higher education institutions, exceptting the foreign Universities with … Read More

Education in London
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London is a major global educational centre, with one of the largest populations of overseas students of any city in the world. The federal University of London hase over 120,000 students, and it is the largest contact teaching university in … Read More

Pitcairn Islands
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Bounty Bay and the town square of Adamstown, connected by the newly-paved Hill of Difficulty (by permission of Andrew Christian) Capital (and largest city) Adamstown Official language(s) English (local dialect is Pitkern) Ethnic groups British, Polynesian, Chilean or Mixed Demonym … Read More

BETT
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BETT or The BETT show (formerly known as the British Educational Training and Technology Show) is an annual trade show in the United Kingdom that showcases the use of information technology in education. Founded in 1985, it has expanded to … Read More

Astronomy live with Microsoft: WorldWide Telescope
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Microsoft researchers has been developing an interesting astronomy application, now as a public beta, allowing you to see pictures from several observatories. The service is free of charge and uses high-resolution images from the world’s best land- and space-based telescopes. … Read More