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A new financial bond is helping us get more girls into schools in India – The Guardian (July 05, 2016)

A new financial bond is helping us get more girls into schools in India – The Guardian (July 05, 2016) In a remote region of Rajasthan in northern India, an experiment in a new form of development financing is under … Continue reading

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A letter to … my wife, who won’t get a job while I work myself to death – The Guardian (July 02, 2016)

A letter to … my wife, who won’t get a job while I work myself to death – The Guardian (July 02, 2016) I remember the thrill of first seeing you at law school orientation. You were radiant in a sea … Continue reading

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How physical exercise makes your brain work better – The Guardian (June 18, 2016)

How physical exercise makes your brain work better – The Guardian (June 18, 2016) The brain is often described as being “like a muscle”. It’s a comparison that props up the brain training industry and keeps school children hunched over … Continue reading

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If you can’t imagine things, how can you learn? – The Guardian (June 04, 2016)

If you can’t imagine things, how can you learn? – The Guardian (June 04, 2016) Never underestimate the power of visualisation. It may sound like a self-help mantra, but a growing body of evidence shows that mental imagery can accelerate learning … Continue reading

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