Today's education in the media blog looks at the benefits universities bring to the UK economy.
Today's Education in the media blog looks at the latest developments on T Levels – new qualifications developed by business and industry leaders. T levels Today, Wednesday 11 October, the Education Secretary Justine Greening announced the first three T levels, …
Today’s education in the media looks at the results of the phonics screening and Key Stage 1 reading, writing and maths assessments. We also look at stats that show almost half of people are likely to go to university and …
Today’s news review looks at media coverage of female managers’ pay and higher education options. CMI Today, Monday 25 September, the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) has released a press release that states female managers earn around £12,000 less than their …
Today’s blog focuses on the number of young people looking to go to into higher education, and the further education choices available to young people.
Today’s news review looks at the National Student Survey results, the EBacc, and children’s social care services.
Today’s news review looks at the number of students from state schools being admitted to top universities.
Today’s news review looks at primary school sizes and one-to-one tuition time for University students.
Today’s news review looks at news reports on the higher education system.
Following a report by the Institute for Fiscal Studies that looked into tuition fees, Jo Johnson, Minister for Universities, has outlined the government’s stance on the higher education system in England.