Last week, the Council for Creative Education, Finland published the results of the recent Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), wherein Singapore ranked second only to China in reading, mathematics, and science. In 2015, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) rated the country’s educational system as the best in the world. OECD Director Andreas Schleicher
Workplaces can be fun to work at when they are free from common hazards such as obstructions on the floors, fire-prone electrical connections, and the like. Fortunately, many company owners and office managers go out of their way to ensure that their employees won’t feel unsafe inside their workplaces. One way they do this is
Along with all the advancements in medicine and medical technology, complementary and alternative solutions are also gaining traction. A survey by the University of Bristol in 2015 found that 16 per cent of adult respondents said they used some form of complementary or alternative medicine in the last 12 months. But how exactly does one form
So, you want to buy a new home? Congratulations, welcome to the first step. Purchasing a new home is an exciting and overwhelming experience. Exciting because it's a new home; overwhelming because figuring out the available financing options can be an uphill task. You haveplenty of loan options in Utah. Do you know which one
Your health is important. You should do whatever it takes to make sure you are in your best shape. While you may do regular exercises and follow strict diets, you may not always be in control of certain things in life. For example, certain hereditary traits passed onto you could cause you to get illnesses,
Rising environmental concerns lead to an increasing need for people to reduce their carbon footprint. With so much waste being produced, organisations are coming up with ways to minimise the amount of rubbish going to landfills, with waste disposal and management becoming an industry of its own. In the United Kingdom, the scrap metal industry is worth
Getting a college degree is crucial to getting a well-paying job in the Philippines. However, it’s not easy for most people to achieve. According to a recent study by insurance firm Philam Life, only 23% of Pinoys get to finish college. The researchers surveyed over 1,000 residents, and only 230 of them said they graduated.
Some of the notable names in history, such as Abraham Lincoln and Thomas Jefferson weren’t too thrilled about law school. They both chose the less walked the path of becoming a lawyer through apprenticeship. If you’re keen to follow in their footsteps, you can start by enrolling for a paralegal online course or degree. The