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 the Education Select Committee report on teacher shortages, the Department’s announcement to crack down on academic fraud, and the Women and Equalities Committee report on 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 funding for academisation plans, and international teacher recruitment.
Today’s news review looks at Ofsted figures on maintained schools and academies and the Department’s publication of the Initial Teacher Training census.
Today’s news review looks at a report on head teacher recruitment that doesn’t tally with the figures and a report into apprenticeships.
Today’s news review looks at coverage of the number of teachers leaving the profession.
Today’s news review looks at coverage of a report by the Education Policy Institute into teacher workload. Teacher workload Today, 10 October, the Education Policy Institute think tank released a report looking into teacher workload. The research is based on …
Today’s news review looks at claims by the National Union of Teachers about funding for opportunity areas; the money spent by schools on supply teachers; and calls by Teach First to attract more men into teaching.
Today’s news review examines the National Audit Office’s report on apprenticeships, grammar schools, teachers from black and ethnic minority backgrounds, and the quality of packed lunches.