News

Please find a selection of news stories relating to technology in education and to the challenges facing schools and teachers.

 
8th October, 2019
The Department for Education has this morning revealed what it will take to join the select list of providers permitted to deliver T-levels in 2022. FE Week reports.
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8th October, 2019
Projects to install intelligent lockers at key UCL sites, providing a secure space for students to store their equipment and valuables.
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8th October, 2019
West Midlands based Wilkinson Primary School identified an issue with the management of valuable school laptops with access to confidential information.
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7th October, 2019
The Department for Education (DfE) said that from 2020, new teachers with degrees in physics or chemistry, or in languages such as French or Spanish, would join those with maths degrees in being eligible for “early-career payments” if they worked in state schools in England for four years after completing their training. The Guardian reports
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5th October, 2019
How can museums lead the way to foster a creative learning environment? Come and be inspired, push boundaries, and explore the potential of play to shape our museum futures.
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5th October, 2019
Education Secretary calls for teachers and heads to post videos with reasons they are #ProudToTeach to celebrate UNESCO World Teachers’ Day. GOV.UK reports.
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4th October, 2019
The importance of teaching technology in schools outranks even maths and the sciences, according to more than two-thirds (68%) of industry experts polled in a new survey. Education Technology reports.
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3rd October, 2019
A team of researchers operating across Oxford, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Belfast, Reading and the London School of Economics will further research into the impact of UK school exclusion after the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) awarded a large grant.
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3rd October, 2019
The cultural attitude towards education in the North has to change if the educational divide with the rest of the country is to be bridged, it was claimed yesterday. The Yorkshire Post reports
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2nd October, 2019
According to the Independent, youngsters facing genuine distress who seek support online are being accused of jumping onto the same publicity bandwagon as celebrities, according to research commissioned by headteachers.
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