In our blog today, the Education Secretary is calling on universities to end grade inflation, whilst we also look at media coverage on student loans and finances at Holland Park School.
On Thursday 19 January, we published new-look school performance tables based on last summer’s key stage 4 exam results. This Q&A sets out what has changed in the tables, and seeks to answer some of the questions raised by the media …
Today’s news review examines a report put out by the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT) on school funding, and the government’s industrial strategy.
Today’s news review examines a report released by the Higher Education Statistics Agency about staff at UK universities, and coverage of the government’s 30 hours’ free childcare offer.
Writing in the Telegraph today, Schools Minister Nick Gibb explains how today's Key Stage 4 results represent how far our schools have come thanks to the government's changes to the National Curriculum.
Today’s news review examines coverage of the GCSE results tables released today, and concerns around the school census.
Today, Wednesday 18 January, Education Secretary Justine Greening, announced six further Opportunity Areas across England, targeting social mobility ‘coldspots’ through education. The Opportunity Areas programme has now been expanded to twelve locations, adding Bradford, Doncaster, Fenland & East Cambridgeshire, Hastings, …
Today’s news review looks at the speech Education Secretary Justine Greening is set to make this afternoon on education being at the core of social mobility.
Today’s news review takes a look at coverage of a campaign calling for schools to do more to promote positive body image.
Today’s news review looks at criticism from six teaching unions on the National Funding Formula (NFF) and new analysis from research company High Fliers on the graduate recruitment market.
Today’s news review examines figures published by the Higher Education Statistics Authority on the proportion of students getting top degrees.