ICT for Education is not tied to any companies, brands, products or services.  We help teachers and others responsible for UK schools to get the most out of technology - in the classroom, the staffroom, the front and back office, in and out of school, during term time and during the holidays.

ICT for Education is trusted by teachers, representing their views, concerns and experiences, and deals with the issues they face concerning the successful implementation of ICT within their schools.  By bringing teachers together and sharing information and experience, ICT for Education is an invaluable source of information for teachers.
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ICT for Education is not tied to any companies, brands, products or services.  We help teachers and others responsible for UK schools to get the most out of technology - in the classroom, the staffroom, the front and back office, in and out of school, during term time and during the holidays.

ICT for Education is trusted by teachers, representing their views, concerns and experiences, and deals with the issues they face concerning the successful implementation of ICT within their schools.  By bringing teachers together and sharing information and experience, ICT for Education is an invaluable source of information for teachers.

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Teacher shortage crisis deepens, new DfE figures show

The TES reports that teacher vacancies have seen a sharp 26 per cent increase in the past year, amid growing concerns about teacher shortage.

‘Ofsted is as stressful as it can get for teachers. Is that stress level about to be dialled up?’ ‘Ofsted is as stressful as it can get for teachers. Is that stress level about to be dialled up?

The TES reports that recent proposals that would change how Ofsted inspects schools risk increasing the pressure felt by those being assessed.