Today’s Education in the Media blog looks to the Education World Forum and responds to media coverage on school absences. There is also good news of the Department’s work around diversity and inclusion, as well as engaging children in sport.
Today’s education in the media blog discusses teachers’ pay, the cap on faith schools and girls’ interest in STEM subjects.
Today’s news review looks at coverage of the gender pay gap.
Today’s Education in the Media blog looks at funding for children’s services, the dismissal of the chief executive of the Student Loans Company and the Australian vote on equal marriage.
Today’s Education in the Media blog looks at Equal Pay Day and the publication of Home Office statistics on Channel and Prevent Case Management.
Today’s Education in the Media blog looks at support for foster carers and the publication of the Hampton-Alexander review.
Today’s blog looks at freedom of speech at universities and Women and Equalities Minister Justine Greening winning a top accolade at the Pink News awards. Office for Students Today, Thursday, 19 October we launched a consultation for the regulatory framework …
Today’s Education in the media blog looks at new statistics published by the Office for National Statistics on the size of the LGB population in the UK, and maths expert Johnny Ball’s comments about mathematics in schools. LGB STATISTICS …
Today’s education in the media blog looks at the national funding formula, school finances, record numbers of mothers going back to work and the reversal of the driving ban for women in Saudi Arabia.
Today’s news in the media looks at energy company SSE’s publication of its gender pay gap and a report from the Parent Teacher Association UK (PTA UK) about school funding. SSE Yesterday, Thursday 21 September, energy company SSE became the …