According to the Center for Disease Control, diet as a factor “contributes substantially to the burden of preventable illness and premature death in the U.S. Because of this, it is important that the national health promotion and disease prevention objectives that encourage schools to provide nutr


I'm on my school's debate team and, this being one of our topics, decided to get some help by creating a new debate here. Things like statistics, real life stories (with sources!), or any point really, help out tremendously. Thank you!


A new A* grade is being introduced for A-level students sitting their final exams in 2010. It is awarded to those with a score of 90% or above in the exam. It was created as a reaction to the massive increase in straight-A students, the idea being that the more prestigious Universities will only acc


As we all know that children are the future of any country,the values and habits taught to them not only reflects their future but also reflects the future progress of that country.now we all that election is one of the mechanism to choose our representative at the parliament,so it is very important


The Government's poverty adviser has suggested that summer holidays for schools should be shortened, instead having four or five terms with short breaks between them. According to Frank Field, disadvantaged children who don't receive enough support at home cannot catch up after such a long break, an


It is all about the students who get penalized by teachers even if they are not guilty for any sudden reasons in school premises and the school authority undertakes it as offence for involvement without knowing the reason correctly


Are selective schools better for children? Should they be supported and funded by the government, or is it better to have a standard system for all children, regardless of ability?