Yesterday the TES published a misleading article making inaccurate claims about the Department's transformative ten-year rebuilding programme announced this week. On Monday the Prime Minister announced the first major school rebuilding programme to be launched since 2014. It will start …
This government is determined to give all children the best possible education, but as well as great teachers, we want all pupils to learn in classrooms that enable them to gain the knowledge and skills they need for success.
Today’s Education in the media blog looks at the support we are providing to schools and apprentices following the announcement that Carillion, the facilities management and construction company, has gone into compulsory liquidation. The blog will also look …
Today’s Education in the Media blog clarifies the rules around sprinklers in schools.
Today’s media blog looks at speculation surrounding gender pay and school lockdown procedures.
Today’s media blog looks at vice-chancellor pay, A level maths and an update on school cladding.
Today’s news review examines coverage of a report on funding, and a piece on why we need more grammar schools. Local Government Association report On Thursday, 16 March, the Local Government Association claimed that councils could fail to meet their …
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 upcoming coverage of how asbestos in schools is managed.
Today, 17 October, the National Union of Teachers (NUT) and the Fire Brigade Union have written to the Education Secretary, Justine Greening, criticising the Department for Education’s policy on sprinklers.