Today’s Education in the media looks at 30 hours free childcare, pupil number overestimations and Minister Gyimah’s tour of universities
Today’s Education in the media blog focuses on online websites offering ‘fake degrees’, and what we are doing to tackle this, as well as an NAO report into the number of pupils taking STEM subjects.
Today’s Education in the media blog looks at the support we are providing to schools and apprentices following the announcement that Carillion, the facilities management and construction company, has gone into compulsory liquidation. The blog will also look …
Today’s education in the media blog discusses teachers’ pay, the cap on faith schools and girls’ interest in STEM subjects.
Today’s education in the media blog looks at the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) statistics on enrolments and degree qualifications.
Today’s Education in the media blog looks at what is being done to reduce teachers’ stress levels, as well as the latest data on the 30 hours free childcare offer.
Today’s blog looks at rising education standards across the education sector.
Today’s news review looks at coverage of the gender pay gap.
Today’s education in the media blog explains why it is misleading to draw conclusions about teacher recruitment from monthly bulletins. Recruitment stats Yesterday, Thursday 4 January, UCAS published figures for recruitment to initial teacher training (ITT) for the period from …
Today’s education in the media blog discusses the new university regulator the Office for Students (OfS) which legally comes into force today.