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Gulbenkian UK @CGF_UK
RT @mryahbut: @AnneKarpf good re challenges of #ageing 4 those from diff. socioeconomic backgrounds & how #welfarereform hurting many #ageofnoretirement

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Gulbenkian UK @CGF_UK
RT @TradingTimesUK: "Mixing up the ages in the workplace is one if the most positive things you can do to combat ageism" - @AnneKarpf #ageofnoretirement

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Gulbenkian UK @CGF_UK
RT @CreativeReview: What if Google and Facebook were staffed by the over-50s not under-30s? #ageofnoretirement http://t.co/HOZYOI696j http://t.co/12dKxzr0PH
The Children Left Behind
The Children Left Behind, Dispatches, Channel 4, 11 February 2008.

In new research funded by Gulbenkian, James Wetz argues that the size, design and organisation of comprehensive schools is a key factor in how pupils fare. Are the giant new schools now being built all over Britain really the best way to engage disaffected pupils, improve standards and reduce truancy and exclusion rates?
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