Education will be at the forefront of the post-pandemic recovery, with universities a key engine for skills, growth and jobs, as highlighted in the Report of the Advisory Group on Economic Recovery to the Scottish Government.
The Director of Education in Jaraguá do Sul Municipality in Brazil discusses how the education service has responded to the challenge of COVID-19
Central banks and regulatory authorities have responded to the economic threat from the need to contain the COVID-19 pandemic but there is a need for more action.
An email interview with Maureen McKenna, Executive Director of Education, Glasgow City Council, posted on the International Education News website.
Expert advice has been prominent in the COVID-19 crisis but understanding the relationship between experts and policymaking will be of particular importance as we move to the next stage.
Comment by Professor Sir Anton Muscatelli, Principal and Vice Chancellor University of Glasgow, on what the Augar Review of higher education funding could mean for Scotland in a post-Brexit landscape.
Speech delivered at Glasgow City Council’s Brexit summit in October 2018 by Professor Sir Anton Muscatelli, Principal of the University of Glasgow.
Unsurprisingly, Brexit has dominated the news again this week as the legal challenge in the Supreme Court proceedings was heard, with the claimants arguing that a failure to consult Parliament on the triggering of Article 50 would see the 1972 European Communities Act – which prepared the way for the UK to join the EEC…
In the latest post in our series examining Twitter and the independence referendum debate, we turn from analysing who is participating to exploring what is being discussed. Our first trawl of the text of tweets using #indyref hashtag in the period January 2014 – April 2014 identifies those issues most frequently discussed. The findings for…
Today we provide another snapshot of one week’s coverage (20-26th January 2014 – c.27,000 connections) of the debate about the Scottish Independence Referendum on the social media platform, Twitter. The patterns are broadly similar to those we reported in January (based on one week’s traffic in December 2013). Typically those in support of a yes…