24 avril 2019

7 % des emplois salariés relèvent du secteur du tourisme en Nouvelle-Aquitaine

Logo cap-métiersLa Direction générale des entreprises (DGE) a publié en avril 2019, une nouvelle édition de son Mémento du tourisme dans lequel elle recense des données statistiques sur l’activité touristique française en 2017. Plus...

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PIC : 14 lauréats pour le 2ème appel à projets "100% inclusion »

Logo cap-métiersParmi les nouveaux projets, Mobil’emploi, qui propose d’identifier et accompagner sur 3 ans 1 000 personnes dites invisibles et présentant un premier niveau de qualification, devrait être expérimenté à Bordeaux.
Voir l’ensemble des projets retenus. Plus...

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Six bacheliers professionnels sur dix poursuivent leurs études l’année post-bac

Logo cap-métiersUn élève sur cinq entré en sixième en 2007 est diplômé d’un baccalauréat professionnel selon une récente étude de la Direction de l'évaluation, de la prospective et de la performance (DEPP). Plus...

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'There is change happening': historically black colleges tackle LGBTQ rights

The GuardianIn Atlanta,the South’s self-described “gay black mecca”, Morehouse College, an historically all-male black college, said last week it would, for the first time, allow transgender men and “individuals who self-identify as men, regardless of the sex assigned to them at birth” to be considered for admission from 2020 onwards, according to a statement. More...

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UK universities must break their silence around harassment and bullying

The GuardianThe revelation that UK universities have spent around £87m on payoffs to staff that come with “gagging orders” in the past two years has again highlighted concerns that such secretive clauses are being used to conceal the extent of harassment and bullying at higher education institutions. More...

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University can change homeless people's lives, but they need support to get there

The GuardianMy experience running a course empowering homeless people to apply to university showed me how many barriers they face. More...

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UK universities pay out £90m on staff 'gagging orders' in past two years

The GuardianUK universities have spent nearly £90m on payoffs to staff that come with “gagging orders” in two years, raising fears that victims of misconduct at higher education institutions are being silenced. More...

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A-level revision tips for top grades – with less stress

The GuardianPractice papers and plenty of rest and recreation are the recipe for success, say last year’s students. More...

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'It's an educational revolution': how AI is transforming university life

The GuardianBeacon is unlike any other member of staff at Staffordshire University. It is available 24/7 to answer students’ questions, and deals with a number of queries every day – mostly the same ones over and over again – but always stays incredibly patient. More...

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Universities are about social mobility. This needs to be recognised

The GuardianWe are obsessed with academic performance, but universities should be recognised for their impact on people’s life chances. More...

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