Today’s Education in the Media blog focuses on the EPI report on the teacher labour market in England, and also looks at how Brexit could positively impact apprenticeships.
Today’s Education in the media blog focuses on what the department has announced it will do to help schools save money on supply teacher costs, and looks at the number of children eligible for free school meals. Teacher vacancy website …
Today’s Education in the Media blog looks at the Public Accounts Committee report about the teaching workforce and the Prime Minister’s visit to China.
Today’s education in the media blog explains why it is misleading to draw conclusions about teacher recruitment from monthly bulletins. Recruitment stats Yesterday, Thursday 4 January, UCAS published figures for recruitment to initial teacher training (ITT) for the period from …
Today’s education in the media looks at a report from the Sutton Trust and an interview with a new teacher. Sutton Trust A report released today by the Sutton Trust looks at early years policy in the UK, and specifically …
Today’s news review looks at the National Audit Office (NAO) report on teacher recruitment and retention.
Today’s news review looks at the Department’s response to the School Teachers' Review Body (STRB) on teacher pay. It also covers a BBC investigation into the rise in sexting among young people.
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.