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 blog looks at flexible working in schools.
Today’s news review looks at the National Audit Office (NAO) report on teacher recruitment and retention.
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 Ofsted figures on maintained schools and academies and the Department’s publication of the Initial Teacher Training census.
Today’s news review looks at the £300 million we are investing to help children from all backgrounds enjoy the benefits of music and the arts, as well as a new survey from the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT) on teacher …
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 analysis of Initial Teacher Training statistics.
Today’s news review looks at the Dispatches programme on academies and coverage of Lucy Powell’s speech at Teach First’s annual Impact conference today.