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Health, Sports & Psychology 

Surrogacy around the world

Which country allows surrogates to legally accept payment for surrogacy from foreigners? Which European country only permits those in a heterosexual partnership or a single female to be intended parents? Professor Lesley Hoggart and Dr Sarah Earle, reveal some of the different rules in place for surrogacy around the world.

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Education & Development 

Youth in The Spotlight

The world changes, but the disdain the older generation shows for the next is something of a constant...

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Why it is a huge mistake to get rid of parent governors on school boards article icon

Society, Politics & Law 

Why it is a huge mistake to get rid of parent governors on school boards

By scraping elected parents from school boards, the government is removing a vital source of knowledge and undermining a democratic system of education, Jacquline argues. 

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Does Inside Out accurately capture the mind of an 11-year-old girl? A child psychologist weighs in article icon

Health, Sports & Psychology 

Does Inside Out accurately capture the mind of an 11-year-old girl? A child psychologist weighs in

Is it enough to use Joy, Sadness, Fear, Disgust and Anger to portray a pre-pubescent child's behaviour?

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When do children develop a sense of gender? article icon

Education & Development 

When do children develop a sense of gender?

Young children are flexible about their ideas of gender - but, for most, that flexibility soon vanishes. When do ideas about gender become fixed in children's minds?

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BYOD reaches the classroom: Should parents pay for tablets for lessons? article icon

Education & Development 

BYOD reaches the classroom: Should parents pay for tablets for lessons?

As tablets edge out exercise books, should parents be picking up the cost of devices used in classrooms?

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Education & Development 

TESSA: Being a Professional

Teachers are the largest professionally trained group in the world numbering over 59 million. But what does being a professional mean for teachers? These dramas explore how two teachers acted in different situations (a school prize giving and in discussion with parents) and ask what are teachers' responsibilities? and where does education take place? The clips in this album are designed to be used to support the development of teachers' classroom practice in both formal and non formal learning situations. This material is from the TESSA ( Teacher Education in Sub Saharan Africa) initiative.

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