Education is a key to hitting career goals, earning decent money and building a life you want. This is why issues linked to learning and schools have always been discussed and changed in order to make them better. But what is actually better? More learning or less learning?
Should Homework Be Banned from Universities and Schools?
5 reasons why teens should NOT have social media | Lily Chen, Grade 8
Breakfast and homework clubs and outdoor after-school sports can begin again, according to new guidance from the Education Minister Peter Weir. Mr Weir said education had now moved to stage three of the executive's pathway for the easing of restrictions. Indoor singing and sports - apart from PE classes - and sports fixtures between schools are still not allowed. All pupils in Northern Ireland returned to school on 12 April, some for the first time since before Christmas. Mr Weir said that schools were now allowed to provide "wrap-around care for pupils with immediate effect". The minister said that there was no limit to the number of players or participants in after-school sports, but relevant safety measures had to be in place.
Debate: 5 reasons why teens should NOT have social media | Lily Chen – Grade 8
Homework is easy with expert tips and advice. And even easier when you have an expert to do it for you. Today we will be discussing a very controversial topic: homework should be banned in schools. Of course, most students will quickly say that it should, without doubt, be banned. Most teachers, on the other hand, will surely jump to defend homework.