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Posts Tagged ‘students’

Number of university students caught cheating almost doubles in three years

Universities disciplined 1,169 students for cheating last year a 92% increase on the 608 students caught out in 2008-09.

And over the past three years, a staggering 3,067 students have been found guilty of cheating after being brought before college …

Climate scientists support Request Initiative’s appeal for GWPF to reveal funders

The Guardian’s Leo Hickman reports today on next Friday’s Information Rights Tribunal when Request Initiative will appeal for the Global Warming Policy Foundation to reveal the identity its seed funder.

The newspaper says leading climate scientists are backing the appeal, …

Fees force students into £200 billion debt in next 45 years

The new tuition fee system will plunge students into nearly £200 billion of debt over the next 45 years, according to estimates by the department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS).

The figures were released following a freedom of information …