How do you do it then? British prime minister David Cameron visits a school in Singapore.
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Teenagers in Shanghai, Singapore and Hong Kong outperformed those in London, Madrid and Dubai.
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Analysis of a maths teaching method popular in East Asia shows promise, but not enough to roll out nationally yet.
The next generation get a taster of university life.
On a mission to become global higher education players, Korean universities still fall short on diversity.
East Asian academic success is based on culture rather than teaching methods. And Australia can’t, and shouldn’t, imitate that culture.
Since Shanghai, China, emerged at the top of international league tables of educational performance such as the OECD’s Program for International Student Assessment (PISA), there have been repeated calls…