The majority of schools are safe environments for pupils and teaching staff, and it’s important they remain so. The Education Secretary has been clear that education is the best protection for vulnerable young people most at risk of being led down a dangerous path, and we must all take a united approach to protecting them.
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.
Today’s news review looks at coverage about grammar schools, mentors for children in care, sex crimes in schools and a new body image resource.
Today’s news review looks at coverage of the Association of Directors of Children’s Services' views on fostering agencies and the Good Schools Guide’s research into school sport.
Today’s news review looks at coverage of statistics on participation in higher education and a UCAS report on predicted grades.
Today’s news review looks coverage of an analysis of pupil deprivation in schools.
Today’s news review looks at analysis of Initial Teacher Training statistics.
Today’s news review looks at calls for changes to the way sex education is taught, coverage of a study looking the proportion of women in high-earning jobs, comments Sir Martin Narey on children’s residential care, and the end of maintenance …
Today’s news review includes reports about term time holidays and Justine Greening’s first opinion piece as Education Secretary.
Today’s news review looks at two open letters that have been sent to the Education Secretary about the English Baccalaureate (Ebacc).