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This House believes western universities should only place satellites in states that respect free speech
7 Dec 2012
Academia | Campus | Learning | Student freedom | university | Free to know | University | Education | Free Speech Debate
A university of less-than-liberal arts?Should Yale University refuse to operate in Singapore where human rights and free expression face significant...
17 Apr 2012
Single-sex schools are schools that only admit those of one specific gender, believing that the educational environment fostered by a single gender is more...
20 Feb 2012
Reformers argue that the school calendar used in countries round the world is outdated and inefficient. The current system, which usually consists of two or...
17 Feb 2012
Junk food is defined by Segen’s Medical Dictionary as “A popular term for any food which is low in essential nutrients and high in everything else—in...
26 Jan 2012
Homework is a task (often called an assignment) set by teachers for students to do outside normal lessons – usually at home in the evening. Schools have...
26 Jan 2012
discipline | Education | Learning | Punishment | School | Human rights | Teaching | Punishment | Education
Corporal punishment is a physical punishment in which pain is deliberately inflicted on a perpetrator of a wrong in order to exact retribution and to deter...
13 Sep 2011
The United States has suffered from racial disparity even before it was a nation, and the lasting effects of institutions of racism are still apparent in...