Edmund Sanders Los Angeles Times 12.05.2010
The Guardian 11.05.2010
Would students benefit from a bit more encouragement to get up in the morning for lectures? Academics in the US are debating a decision by Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff to introduce a monitoring system to check when students attend, or miss, class. Sensors will detect students' identification cards when they enter the lecture theatres. If they don't turn up often enough, they could find it reflected in their grades.
Scott Cousins Suburban Journals 28.04.2010
The Nation 27.04.2010
Al Jazeera 26.04.2010
ALEXA OLESEN AP 26.04.2010
Officially, the [Chinese] government remains committed to the one-child policy. But it also commissioned feasibility studies last year on what would happen should it eliminate the policy or do nothing. An official with the National Population and Family Planning Commission said privately that the agency is looking at ways to refine the limit without getting rid of it.
New York Times