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Ineffective teachers cost kids GCSE grades

Ineffective teachers cost kids GCSE grades

Poor secondary school teachers can mean the difference between a pass and a fail, according to a report published today by the Institute for Public Policy Research (ippr).New research shows for the first time how ineffective teaching can mean the difference between a C and D grade at GCSE.


By IPPR, UK.


Governance Policy Resource.


Going green? How financial services are failing ethical consumers

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Going green? How financial services are failing ethical consumers

Going Green? How financial services are failing ethical consumers provides a comprehensive review of the current state of ethical finance services in the UK. It finds that while there is an ever-greater choice of ethical finance products, serious barriers to growth and gaps in the sector still remain. Despite the fast development of the sector, nef finds that ethical finance providers are still falling far short of meeting the growing demand from consumers who want to save and invest according to their ethical principles. The report finds that: Ethical financial products fall far short of meeting the demand for ethical financial services, the sector is yet to overcome the key challenges needed to become mainstream, the ambition of ethical finance initiatives stills falls far short of achieving the kind of impact most ethical consumers wish to see.


By NEF, UK.


Environment Policy Resource.


IN WORK, BETTER OFF: NEXT STEPS TO FULL EMPLOYMENT.

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IN WORK, BETTER OFF: NEXT STEPS TO FULL EMPLOYMENT.

A time of peace on earth and goodwill to all mankind, Christmas has also become a frenzy of mass consumption. And, as new calculations from the new economics foundation reveal, our obsession with high-tech energy guzzling gadgets threatens both to derail attempts to cut emissions, and erode our well-being.


By Crisis, UK.


Environment Policy Resource.


Creating Sustainable Growth in Europe

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Creating Sustainable Growth in Europe

Today the President of the Federal Environment Agency, Professor Dr. Andreas Troge, will outline during a policy debate at the Auswärtiges Amt the BMU’s vision of a ‘New Deal for the economy, the environment and jobs’


By AGF, UK and Germany..


Environment Policy Resource.


Going green? How financial services are failing ethical consumers

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Going green? How financial services are failing ethical consumers

Going Green? How financial services are failing ethical consumers provides a comprehensive review of the current state of ethical finance services in the UK. It finds that while there is an ever-greater choice of ethical finance products, serious barriers to growth and gaps in the sector still remain. Despite the fast development of the sector, nef finds that ethical finance providers are still falling far short of meeting the growing demand from consumers who want to save and invest according to their ethical principles.


By NEF, UK.


Environment Policy Resource.


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