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The BBC is reporting that a charity has warned young children’s education is in jeopardy as there is a shortage of qualified nursery teachers.
GENDER PAY GAP AT 26.7 PER CENT FOR EDUCATION SECTOR
ONS statistics show the gender pay gap has narrowed to 18.1 per cent .......
The TES is reporting that pencil-and-paper assignments beat online projects in raising primary pupils’ progress, because staff can be more flexible and respond to students’ needs more easily.
Toby Young to take over as head of New Schools Network
Toby Young, the controversial journalist turned educationalist, has been appointed as the head of a government-funded charity to promote free schools in England, according to the Guardian.
The BBC is reporting that the government has decided to drop a bill to convert schools to academies.
Anglo-Portuguese School of London appoints Premier New Schools for initial pre-opening phase
Premier New Schools is pleased to announce that .........
TES is reporting that one union leader has written that teachers’ pay cuts cannot continue.
New teachers: 30% of 2010 intake quit within five years
The BBC is reporting that recent data has revealed an alarming drop-out rate in teachers leaving the teaching profession since 2010.
The TES is reporting that strike action in Durham over plans to cut teaching assistant pay by almost a quarter have been stepped up.
Best head teachers get paid least – study
The BBC is reporting that he school system systematically fails to recognise the head teachers who make the biggest impact in improving pupils’ chances, research suggests.
The TES is reporting that teaching assistants are undervalued and under-rewarded, according to Arron Bevan-John, a former teaching assistant.
Rural schools under pressure as number of teachers falls significantly
ITV News is reporting that a recent report has revealed that teachers are leaving the profession in increasing numbers.
TES is reporting that pension deficits could mean that many academies will cut teaching staff.
Nearly half of autistic children ‘have been illegally excluded from schools’
The Daily Mail is reporting that recent figures reveal that nearly half of autistic children in schools in England have been illegally excluded from schools.
Get Surrey reports that more than 50 new schools could have to be built in Surrey by 2020 to cope with the school population bulge, according to public sector building specialists.
The State of Mathematics in the UK - 19th January 2017
Ensuring Skills for the Future, Quality of Teaching and Compulsory Maths to 18 -
The TES is reporting the findings of a new analysis that lays bare the extent of the teacher recruitment difficulties faced by .......
England’s academy trusts ‘run up debts of £25m’
The BBC is reporting new figures it has obtained that show debts run up by 113 academy trusts in England amount to almost £25m. .
Only 7 weeks remain until World Education Days opens its doors in Bern (November 8 to 10), the capital city of Switzerland.
‘Nearly 69 million teachers needed’ if global education goals are to be hit
TES is reporting that in order for every child to receive a primary school education by 2030, 69 million new teachers will be needed worldwide.
The BBC is reporting that an education charity has stated that male teachers are in short supply in English classrooms.
Greening announces social mobility ‘opportunity areas’ and defends grammar school plans
The BBC is reporting that Education Secretary Justine Greening has announced six “opportunity areas” in England in a £60m scheme to ......
The TES is reporting that Scotland’s pupils will switch off from education and be left incapable of navigating the modern world if schools do not improve their use of digital technology, according to a landmark government publication.
£841k invested in platform allowing thousands of school parents to form virtual tribes
A new social platform aiming to reduce the stress of parenting by helping school parents connect easily and securely with ......
The Express reports that schools may be forced to close for one day a week because of a looming financial crisis, head teachers have warned.
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‘Day of Discovery’ on 18th April will mark the start of National Share a Story Month

Teachers from schools across the UK will gather at Knebworth House in Hertfordshire next month for a day of digital storytelling.

Chinese textbooks to be offered to UK schools

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