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Junot Díaz & The Writing Process: Junot Díaz wins world’s richest short story prize

** A ‘vivid’ tale of underage lust, ‘Miss Lora‘, wins Sunday Times short story award for Junot Díaz Photo: Sarah Lee for the Guardian American author Junot Díaz, winner of both a Pulitzer and a MacArthur “genius” grant, has beaten … Continue reading

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In Praise of Tests: Michael Gove says Tough exams and learning by rote are the keys to success

Education secretary praises traditional exams as he explains the philosophy behind his shakeup of GCSEs and A-levels Peter Walker The Guardian, Wednesday 14 November 2012 Learning facts by rote should be a central part of the school experience, the education … Continue reading

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