Revealed: The Happiest Countries In The World

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The happiest countries in the world, revealed;

It’s rare to meet someone who doesn’t hold some form of pride or attachment to their hometown or country—especially when that person is living or traveling far from home.

Why? Because leaving your comfort zone makes you realise the importance of all the small things—your weekly meet-ups with the girls, family dinners on Sunday, or allocating time to visit a near and dear friend every so often.



Finally, 2018’s Must-See Cities Have Been Revealed!

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It’s reaching the end of 2017, can you believe it? But what does that actually mean? Sure, it’s all about Christmas, New Years, fresh starts and all that jazz, but also—the ability to choose your top 10 cities that you simply have to visit! And isn’t that a reason to smile?

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What Does Trump’s Win Have To Say About The Level Of Education In America?

While some are rejoicing, others are bowing their heads in shame after the recent presidential election in the US. But with Trump winning the majority of votes – what does that say about the people of America?

John.T.Scott, the professor and chair of political science at the University of California said:

“People with college degrees — and especially higher degrees — are far more likely to vote for Clinton than Trump, and visa versa.”

As it stands, it looks like the majority of America have spent less time with their heads in the books and more time finding out things such as how to cheat Turnitin.

Read the full story on The Chronicle of Higher Education


What Does The Future Of Education Look Like, Now That Trump Is Elected?

The US, along with the rest of the world, after still feeling the aftermath of the nail-biting elections that just took place. Now that Trump has been elected as the new president of the USA, are we looking at drastic changed when it comes to education?

And more importantly, will the country become less democratic, making cheeky educational websites such as Prescott Papers, and social media, unaccessible?

Read the full story on The Atlantic