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Research Suggests Britons Opposed To Raising Tuition Fees

17th August 2011 10:34

A survey of 2767 adults, carried out by YouGov, has shown that around half (46%) of British people believe that the proportion of young people who go on to university from further education is too high. A quarter (23%) feel the number going to university… Read more...

Survey Suggests Autopilot Action Can Be Used to Protect Children

20th June 2011 18:21

A survey carried out by the Child Accident Prevention Trust on more than 5,000 adults has discovered that most people spend a great deal of their lives on ‘autopilot’ - eight out of 10 admitted to carrying out many tasks without any conscious… Read more...

New Study Suggests Behaviour of UK Schoolgirls Has Worsened

18th April 2011 15:25

A survey of teachers, heads and other school staff in the UK suggests that girls’ behaviour in the classroom has deteriorated in the last two years. A secondary school teacher who was involved in the study commented: "Boys are more physically aggressive… Read more...

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