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 news review looks at some of the coverage of yesterday’s GCSE results.
Today’s news review looks at a report that sets out how the government’s reforms can put England’s education system on a par with the very best in the world.
Today’s news review looks at coverage of a new consultation on primary assessment, including the reaction from unions, teachers and parents. It also covers a speech by the Secretary of State on social mobility, HSBC’s plans to introduce gender-neutral titles, …
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.
Today’s news review looks at mistaken claims on the Today Programme during a piece about school funding and plans for standardised multiplication tests in primary schools.
Today’s news review looks the result of the incorrect storage of chemical 2,4 DNP and a study into maths conducted by Oxford University.
Today, 19 October 2016, Education Secretary Justine Greening announced new proposals to provide clarity for primary school teachers over the way their pupils are assessed. These proposals including a pledge not to introduce any new tests before 2018, will bring …
Today’s news review looks at coverage about our Key Stage 2 plans and pupil projection figures.
Today’s news review looks at coverage of the expansion of the south Asian ‘mastery’ approach to maths teaching, and the Church of England's plans to open 125 free schools.