News

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

 
11th January, 2020
According to TES, shortages in apprenticeship levy funding mean providers have to turn down small employers, according to AELP su
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10th January, 2020
TES is reporting that MAT leader claims Ofsted’s new curriculum inspections are unfair to schools in deprived areas focused on improving the numeracy and literacy.
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10th January, 2020
According to Daily Mail, Britain lags far behind Europe in learning foreign languages with fewer than one in three under-30s able to read and write in anything other than English.
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9th January, 2020
According to ITV, classrooms in deprived areas are becoming a “dumping ground” for problem children, with hundreds of thousands of pupils in England spending their entire school careers in some of the worst-rated learning environments, an Ofsted inspection suggests.
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9th January, 2020
TES is reporting that private schools’ leader says they can’t be ‘Luddite’ or ‘stick their heads in the sand’ about pupil use of mobile phones.
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8th January, 2020
According to iNews, two thirds of the millennial workforce say they are likely to make a major career change in the near future.
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8th January, 2020
Permanent exclusions in England have soared by 70 per cent since 2012-13, but not one of Dunraven’s 1,744 pupils have been permanently excluded in the past four years, Evening Standard reports.
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8th January, 2020
TES is reporting that Ofsted chief says controversial curriculum changes introduced by former Tory education secretary, Michael Gove, are bedding in “pretty well”.
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7th January, 2020
Daily Mail is reporting that tens of thousands more pupils will be given free breakfasts in an £11.8million push to help poorer families.
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7th January, 2020
According to The Independent, EU teachers are likely to face fees of £4,345 to work in the UK for five years after Brexit in a move that will worsen an existing recruitment crisis, ministers have been warned.
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