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28/02/2005 | El envejecimiento global
Anne Blair Gould | Radio Nederland
En el mundo entero, países pobres y ricos, la población envejece, y ¡rápidamente! En todas partes la gente vive más años y tiene menos hijos. En consecuencia, todas las sociedades del mundo deben hacer frente a la aterradora perspectiva de tener que sostener muchos ancianos con menos familiares, mientras que al mismo tiempo hay menos trabajadores para llenar los fondos de pensiones. ...
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27/02/2005 | "Estudiar la Roma clásica me hizo cristiano"
Tom Holland | La Vanguardia
Tengo 37 años. Nací en Oxford, donde me doctoré con honores. Casado, dos hijos. He votado por los tres grandes partidos británicos: soy infiel a sus líderes para ser fiel a los ciudadanos. La esclavitud fue para Roma lo que el Tercer Mundo es para nosotros, pero hoy somos conscientes de esa injusticia: la diferencia la marca el cristianismo ...
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27/02/2005 | The Market for Teacher Quality
Eric A. Hanushek and others | NBER
Abstract

Much of education policy focuses on improving teacher quality, but most policies lack strong research support. We use student achievement gains to estimate teacher value-added, our measure of teacher quality. ...
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27/02/2005 | Calling Quito: Teaching Globalization in a Global Classroom
Pamela Martin | The Globalist
Global integration is the major story of our time. But how are teachers to approach such a complex subject? Pamela Martin — an assistant professor of politics and international relations at Coastal Carolina University — explains how she uses technology to let her students interact with their peers at a university in Ecuador. ...
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27/02/2005 | "Estudiar la Roma clásica me hizo cristiano"
Tom Holland | La Vanguardia
Tengo 37 años. Nací en Oxford, donde me doctoré con honores. Casado, dos hijos. He votado por los tres grandes partidos británicos: soy infiel a sus líderes para ser fiel a los ciudadanos. La esclavitud fue para Roma lo que el Tercer Mundo es para nosotros, pero hoy somos conscientes de esa injusticia: la diferencia la marca el cristianismo ...
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27/02/2005 | The Market for Teacher Quality
Eric A. Hanushek and others | NBER
Abstract

Much of education policy focuses on improving teacher quality, but most policies lack strong research support. We use student achievement gains to estimate teacher value-added, our measure of teacher quality. ...
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27/02/2005 | Calling Quito: Teaching Globalization in a Global Classroom
Pamela Martin | The Globalist
Global integration is the major story of our time. But how are teachers to approach such a complex subject? Pamela Martin — an assistant professor of politics and international relations at Coastal Carolina University — explains how she uses technology to let her students interact with their peers at a university in Ecuador. ...
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26/02/2005 | Your unconscious is making your everyday decisions
Marianne Szegedy-Maszak | US News
The snap judgment. The song that constantly runs through your head whenever you close your office door. The desire to drink Coke rather than Pepsi or to drive a Mustang rather than a Prius. The expression on your spouse's face that inexplicably makes you feel either amorous or enraged. Or how about the now incomprehensible reasons you married your spouse in the first place? ...
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26/02/2005 | Your unconscious is making your everyday decisions
Marianne Szegedy-Maszak | US News
The snap judgment. The song that constantly runs through your head whenever you close your office door. The desire to drink Coke rather than Pepsi or to drive a Mustang rather than a Prius. The expression on your spouse's face that inexplicably makes you feel either amorous or enraged. Or how about the now incomprehensible reasons you married your spouse in the first place? ...
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25/02/2005 | India’s population ‘to outstrip China by 2030’
Mark Turner | Financial Times
The population of India will overtake that of China before 2030, five years earlier than previously expected, a new UN population report predicts. ...
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