Today’s Education in the media blog looks at academic cheating, men in the early years workforce and concerns about regional differences in school standards.
Today’s Education in the Media blog looks at the how much going to university can add to your earnings, teacher recruitment and retention and claims that secondary school children cannot tell the time.
Today’s Education in the media blog looks at the Guardian’s comment on the proposed boycott of SATs by the campaign group ‘Let Kids Be Kids’.
Today’s Education in the media blog looks at a funding boost for arts education and Government support for the Open University.
Today’s Education in the Media blog looks at the various motions discussed at the National Education Union (NEU) conferences over the Easter weekend.
Today’s Education in the Media blog looks at yesterday’s reports of bomb threats to schools.
Today’s Education in Media blog looks at news around the schools admissions code, the University College Unions strike action , education export statistics and Minister Nick Gibb’s editorial on education standards.
Today’s Education in the Media looks at the report by UCAS on university applications and the continued coverage around uniform policies in schools.
Today’s Education in the Media looks at recent reports on creative arts subjects and school funding. Creative arts subjects Today, Tuesday 30 January, the BBC published the results of their survey of creative arts provision in secondary schools in England. …
Today’s Education in the Media looks at the success of free schools in the latest publication of schools league tables and apprenticeship statistics.
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Education in the media is the Department for Education’s blog on the latest topical education and equalities issues. This blog features a review of leading media stories, rebuttal to news stories, as well as Ministerial comment.
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