The signs are good. Today's report from the University of West of England advocates introducing Steiner principles into state schools. Last month, the government announced that it was funding a feasibility study to see whether a Steiner school in Hereford could be state funded. The government is firmly committed to giving parents more choice over how their children are educated and there certainly seems an appetite for Steiner state schools. However, they would have to bend the rules to allow Steiner schools to opt out of the national curriculum, which is mandatory for all state schools. State school teachers are hoping the report's recommendation that some of the principles of Steiner schools should be adopted will include less emphasis on national testing at seven, 11 and 14, which is deeply unpopular. It also emerged today that the government is to fund the introduction of Montessori-style school teaching at a Manchester primary school. … [Read more...] about Explainer: Steiner schools
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The steering committee for COVID-19 prevention and control in the southern metropolis confirmed on Tuesday evening that patient No. 151, a 45-year-old Brazilian woman living in District 2, had suffered a relapse after a recovery from COVID-19 on April 18. … [Read more...] about Brazilian woman becomes Vietnam’s 9th COVID-19 relapse case
Who knows? Earlier this week, Kittle's trainer shared some videos of his workout routine. He showed Sports Illustrated his cool home gym in mid-May, and somehow managed to avoid any questions about the status of his extension talks. (Nice work, Albert Breer.) Otherwise, it's been back to silence on the extension front following the Lynch interview in late April. … [Read more...] about So … what’s the deal with 49ers TE George Kittle’s contract extension?
In an apparent chicken and egg situation, many Vietnamese producers have reportedly postponed the premiere of their summer movies, as they do not want their pictures to hit almost-empty cinema halls only to bring in meager revenues. … [Read more...] about Vietnamese cinemas remain empty as industry awaits post-pandemic rebound
Top health leaders and experts discuss the condition and treatment of a British pilot who is Vietnam’s sickest coronavirus disease (COVID-19) patient at a telemedicine consultation, May 29, 2020. Photo: Thuy Anh / Tuoi Tre The child, residing in the northern province of Thanh Hoa, landed at Van Don International Airport in northern Quang Ninh Province on Vietnam Airlines flight VN0062 on May 13. … [Read more...] about British pilot, Vietnam’s sickest COVID-19 patient, might not need lung transplant as health improves: doctors