By Samantha Grossman – Despite the ongoing financial woes across the globe, though, many think that college is still worth the investment. A new study shows that we’ve continued to flock to institutions of higher learning, enrolling at record rates over the past few years.
The top 10 most-educated countries are:
- United States
- New Zealand
- South Korea
- United Kingdom
By Louisa Peacock – The chief technology officer at the computer giant will chair an independent inquiry on behalf of the Higher Education Commission, a cross-party group set up last summer by Labour MP Barry Sheerman, to determine whether postgraduate education is fit for purpose.
The UK “urgently needed a robust strategy on postgraduate education,” Graham Spittle said, adding for too long British governments had focused purely on degrees to plug higher skills gaps – but this was not enough. more> http://tinyurl.com/7v7rujj
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