Today’s Education in the media blog focuses on media coverage of the Secretary of State’s fact finding visit to Germany and the Netherlands to look at their technical education systems. We also look at Unicef’s report on refugee children and …
Today’s news review looks at a government study of health and wellbeing, university fees, and our new Core Maths qualification.
Today’s news review looks at coverage of the numbers of people doing A levels in modern foreign languages.
Today’s news review looks at A level results day, university fees, and custom essay writing services.
School Standards Minister Nick Gibb congratulates everyone collecting their results today, Universities Minister Jo Johnson writes for the Telegraph to mark results day, and we highlight how others are reacting to today's news.
On A level results day, the Universities Minister writes in today’s Telegraph that we want universities to wipe out mediocre teaching and drive up student engagement.
Today’s news review looks at coverage of the National Union of Students survey about student earnings, Russell Group comments on the decoupling of AS and A levels and university offering incentives.
Today’s news review looks at NSPCC guidance on tackling sexting.
Today’s news review looks at coverage of essay writing services, graduate earnings, apprenticeship standards and disadvantaged children reaching university.
Today’s news review looks at coverage of a Women and Equalities report on employment opportunities for Muslim women and also new research published by the Federation of Small Businesses on the apprenticeship levy.
Today’s news review looks at incorrect claims about the Equality Act and stories about student finance.