Over a third of children in care who have siblings are having to live apart from any of them, suggests research by a children's charity.
In this lesson, students use favorite family recipes to learn about history and culture.
You may have noticed we launched our new Ed.gov homepage today. This completes the third and final phase of our visual refresh for our main website. We released the second phase of the refresh back in June.So, what’s new?Streamlined HomepageThe new homepage takes our efforts to streamline navigation on the website one big step further. There are fewer links and more open space on the homepage.
If you watch college sports on television, you’ve probably seen the ad for Enterprise Rent-A-Car featuring former college athletes working behind the counter at your nearby Enterprise location. Enterprise — which hires more entry-level college graduates annually than any other company in the U.S. — likes recruiting college athletes because they know how to work on teams and multitask. Read full ar
Debrett’s 500 list reveals more than 40% went to fee-paying schools, confirming lack of diversity and showing trend of Britain becoming ‘less meritocratic’More than 40% of the most influential people in Britain went to independent school, according to research which has further highlighted concerns about their disproportionate impact in fields ranging from finance to the arts.The Debrett’s 5