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Kevin is founder of the world.edu project. The past 28 years have been involved in publishing to the education sector in print and the internet. Kevin has a degree in Education and has a many years experience in developing companies and projects.

Historically black universities are drastically undersold by the statistics

Presidential inaugurations are usually moments of huge international attention, but Joe Biden’s words later this week will be watched more intently than ever given recent events in US democracy. But it is Kamala Harris – the country’s first African American vice-president-elect – who may increasingly take centre stage over the next four years, with the […] … learn more→

Educating in rights: the great lack of the school

Part of the public opinion, by its own conviction and, often encouraged by various pressure groups and communication, tends to criticize education in Spain based many times on generalities and rarely on objective studies, such as those prepared by the OECD that are known periodically . It does not occur in a generalized way, but sometimes we tend […] … learn more→

Is your child anxious about starting school for the first time? Here’s how you can help

Starting school is an important event for children and a positive experience can set the tone for the rest of their school experience. Some children are excited to attend school for the first time, yet others feel anxious. Back to school anxiety is a widely accepted phenomenon, but there is no data on exactly how many children feel […] … learn more→

Help your inner ‘Creator’ and ‘Editor’ get along

Help your inner ‘Creator’ and ‘Editor’ get along

You’re writing? And feeling a bit pulled in two directions at once? Perhaps that’s not surprising. Writers have two inter-related personae –the Creator and the Editor. Well, that’s according to Joni B Cole, and indeed a lot of other people who offer writing advice. Don’t scoff just yet. Thinking about this inner duo can be very helpful […] … learn more→

Universities: towards a decline of the American empire?

Universities: towards a decline of the American empire?

Described in turn as a tragedy, a counterrevolution, and the collapse of democracy, the recent occupation of the Capitol by supporters of Donald Trump in reaction to the results of the presidential elections has been seen as the revealing of an older malaise and deep. World public opinion seems to be discovering the definitive break between the enlightened, […] … learn more→

There’s no such thing as ‘alternative facts’. 5 ways to spot misinformation and stop sharing it online

There’s no such thing as ‘alternative facts’. 5 ways to spot misinformation and stop sharing it online

The blame for the recent assault on the US Capitol and President Donald Trump’s broader dismantling of democratic institutions and norms can be laid at least partly on misinformation and conspiracy theories. Those who spread misinformation, like Trump himself, are exploiting people’s lack of media literacy — it’s easy to spread lies to people who […] … learn more→

What are the attributes of the comfortable dining area?

What are the attributes of the comfortable dining area?

A kitchen is a special place in every home. However, this is not only a cooking area but also a place where the whole family gathers. We have compiled the basic rules for organizing the space of the dining area, which can be located both in the kitchen and in the living room. The dining […] … learn more→

Does ‘deplatforming’ work to curb hate speech and calls for violence? 3 experts in online communications weigh in

Does ‘deplatforming’ work to curb hate speech and calls for violence? 3 experts in online communications weigh in

In the wake of the assault on the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, Twitter permanently suspended Donald Trump’s personal account, and Google, Apple and Amazon shunned Parler, which at least temporarily shut down the social media platform favored by the far right. Dubbed “deplatforming,” these actions restrict the ability of individuals and communities to communicate with each other and the public. […] … learn more→

Governance failings are putting UK universities at risk of collapse

Governance failings are putting UK universities at risk of collapse

Predictions that some UK higher education institutions are facing disaster are hardly new. There have even been recent rumours that 40 of them are “in cash trouble” as a result of the pandemic. Yet our new report, University Governance: A Risk of Imminent Collapse, breaks new ground by using the words of university leaders themselves to illuminate what is going […] … learn more→

Digital storytelling jobs could revolutionize learning in college

Digital storytelling jobs could revolutionize learning in college

Using video projects – in this case, a collaborative digital storytelling project – is an effective way to engage college students in a social studies class. The combination of collaborative learning with technological advances offers better opportunities for the development of active knowledge of students. It is crucial that they have 21st century skills such as the ability […] … learn more→