Today’s news review looks a report by the Commission on Inequality in Education report, UCAS Admission Statistics, and research reports looking at the impact of early education on young children.
Today’s news review looks at news reports on the higher education system.
Today’s blog looks at those from the education sector who have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours, coverage relating to the update of the new computer science GCSE, and a story about how teachers help adopted children.
Today’s blog welcomes back Justine Greening as Secretary of State for Education and looks at new figures that show the number of children going to their preferred choice of school is on the rise.
Today’s news review looks at coverage of a report into school funding and a letter from Justine Greening to the Education Select Committee regarding the grading system for our new ‘gold-standard’ GCSEs.
Today's news review looks at coverage of a report on children's social care.
Education Secretary Justine Greening has written a piece for the Telegraph celebrating the work of educational establishments striving to drive social mobility and her plans to end selection by house price.
Today’s news review looks at coverage relating to the cost of purchasing free school sites, coverage of a study that shows public sector workers like teachers get paid more than their private sector peers, and misleading coverage on school funding.
Today’s news review looks at coverage of new investment in facilities for pupils with special educational needs and disabilities and a story about GCSE resits.
Yesterday, we announced that relationship and sex education will be made compulsory in all secondary schools, while all primary schools will be required to teach age appropriate relationships education. This has been widely welcomed by a range of stakeholders.