Posts By: Richard
The Role of the Press in the Mathematics and Numeracy Debate
How can the press be more constructive in the way they present critical issues in education and training particularly, for
"Between the idea and the reality falls the shadow". T. S. Eliot.
Stating the obvious:
H. Armstrong (1848-1937), W.Ayrton (1847-1908), J. Perry (1850-1920) and S.
Born in Portsea, Hampshire, England and named Phoebe Sarah Marks – she later adopted the first name Hertha after the Teutonic earth goodness.
Although the history of technical and commercial education did not directly relate to Higher Education (HE) it might be of value to desc
The need for preliminary technical education and instruction for young people before entering employment in particular trades and occupations had slowly evolved and was finally accepted by the en
Background and Scene Setting.
The Junior Technical School (JTS) movement began in the early 20th century.