Look back to the year 2001 and it’s hard to imagine how different the world was. Global Internet penetration was just 5% then, compared to 50% today, and connection speeds were frustratingly slow. Mobile
Finland began the reform of its education system some 40 years ago. Today, Finland's school system is top-ranked among developed nations, as measured by the Programme for International Student Assessment
Atheist US Presidential candidate Zoltan Istvan delivering a secular-inspired Transhumanist Bill of Rights to the US Capitol -- Photo by Roen Horn All around the world, religious terror is striking and
Amazon wants to give teachers a leg up. The online giant on Monday unveiled Amazon Inspire, a program that provides educators with the ability to upload, categorize and share resources, peer-review the
Soon Windows 10 will no longer be free. The period for users with copies of Windows 7 and Windows 8 to claim their free upgrade ends on 29 July, but Microsoft is already making changes… In a new preview
Culture is a hot business topic in 2016. More execs and HR leaders are connecting the dots on how an ecosystem of commonly held values, beliefs, and work behaviors drives engagement, innovation, and performance.
Disney CEO Bob Iger once stated: "The heart and soul of the company is creativity and innovation." Companies today need a constant influx of creativity to rise to the top or even just keep up. Not everyone
Carelessness, name-calling, perfectionism: there are about as many terrible leadership traits as there are bad leaders themselves. In case your lunch group isn’t already bemoaning just how common less-than-stellar
In the digital age, it's easy to present a persona online that follows a carefully crafted narrative. That story line may be true or have elements of truth. We can be whomever we want online. I know people
With the popularity of smartphones and tablets continuing to rise, more and more tech savvy students are using their phones to revise and learn on the go. In this week’s episode of ‘Apps to make life we
"Breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, and dine like a pauper," goes the old saying - and here at Telegraph Food, we very much agree. Too often, in today's busy world, a proper breakfast is neglected
This is why I don't want a normal job. About 39 times a year, I question why I went into teaching. Everywhere you look there are articles about low teacher morale, the politics of education and statistics
"We're often told about the quantity of waste we produce, but I think the impact of pictures can be much powerful than words," Antoine Repessé explains. In 2011, self-taught photographer Antoine Repessé
We asked chefs across the country what they feed their toughest audience, and came back with great ideas. Hear that? It’s the sound of millions of frustrated parents staring at lunchboxes, wondering how
A look at storm science after severe weather kills in the Midwest. More than 70 tornadoes were reported over the weekend in the Midwest and Great Plains of the United States, killing at least three people,
Angela Liddon, the author of 'Oh She Glows', shares her recipe for eating your way to beauty, with health-boosting dishes to help your skin glow "The more my plate looks like a rainbow, the better I feel,"