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.
In response to recent media coverage, please find below some further information which sets out the rationale for collecting new data on nationality, country of birth and English language proficiency through the School Census, and corrects some misconceptions about who …
Today’s news reviews looks at a report from think tank ResPublica, alongside coverage on how far parents are prepared to travel to get their child to a grammar school. It also addresses a misleading article in the Mirror about our …
Today's news review looks at the Technical and Further Education Bill which was published in Parliament yesterday.
Today's news review looks at a survey from the Sixth Form Colleges Association, the release of the latest UCAS application statistics and the data from the Office for National Statistics on the gender pay gap.
Today’s news review looks at coverage of the apprenticeship funding announcement.
Today’s news review looks at misleading coverage about the school census.
Today’s news review looks at coverage of the number of teachers leaving the profession.
Today’s news review looks at the report commissioned by the Government into tackling and preventing harassment on university campuses and the release of school absence statistics.
Today’s news review looks at coverage of our changes to the primary assessment system.
Today, 19 October 2016, Education Secretary Justine Greening announced new proposals to provide clarity for primary school teachers over the way their pupils are assessed. These proposals including a pledge not to introduce any new tests before 2018, will bring …