Today’s Education in the Media blog clarifies the use of sprinklers in schools.
Today’s blog looks at the Longitudinal Education Outcomes (LEO) data that was published yesterday by the Department.
Today’s news review looks at the GCSE grading system and funding for the 30 hours free childcare offer.
Today’s news review looks at analysis of house prices near good schools and school funding.
Today’s news review looks at a survey from YoungMinds into mental health provision in schools and a speculative piece from the Times on the National Funding Formula.
Today’s news review covers the announcement by Jo Johnson about accelerated two-year degrees, adding more flexibility and choice to the higher education system.
Today’s news review looks at allegations of violence against a headteacher in Oldham and the gender pay gap.
This morning, Thursday, 16 February, the Secretary of State for Education Justine Greening spoke at the Chartered College of Teaching national conference, sharing her vision for the teaching profession.
Today’s news review looks at sex and relationship education, support staff in schools and mental health.
Today’s news review looks at the Teaching Excellence Framework and body worn cameras.
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