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A selection of programmes and clips relating to education
Professor Sugata Mitra explains why children need more freedom to teach one another.
Do we become more effective learners when there's a chance of winning something?
Teacher and writer Daisy Christodoulou thinks children are being taught the wrong things.
The headmaster of Eton College talks to Sarah Montague about his formula for success.
Sarah Montague asks what really makes a difference to a child's ability.
Sarah Montague asks Sir Ken Robinson why he thinks schools are a barrier to creativity.
Neil McGregor, director of the British Museum, explains the new 100 Objects project.
Are Home schooling regulations a necessary to protect vulnerable children or overkill?
Adam Rutherford asks what the genetics of intelligence could mean for education.
Assessing 70 years of conflict and consensus since secondary education became free to all.
Andrew Marr discusses the teaching of history with the Education Minister Michael Gove.
Alex Bellos looks at the science behind learning maths and if school lessons reflect this.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the history and the modern purpose of education.
Education and how to make a profit from it is the subject for Evan Davis and his guests.
Sarah Montague asks what the classroom of the future will look like.
Sarah Montague asks what the university of the future will look like.
Sarah grapples with the names of South American countries in an educational game.
Sarah Montague and guests debate whether the UK should follow America's lead.
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