- Students on courses ending after the UK leaves the EU will be able to receive loans for its entirety.
- Labour alleges that pupils in England's primary schools "are packed like sardines" in classrooms.
CEDIA makes education more accessible for Elecrical Contractors
CEDIA® is offering members of the Electrical Contractors' Association (ECA) a discount for a number of CEDIA training courses. With education at the core of CEDIA, the association has created the discount to encourage and support electrical contractors ...
- The Tories hit back at the Labour leader, saying his comments are a "massive own goal".
- A Unison survey finds 56 schools out of about 330 are planning staff cuts in the next academic year.
- Some parents spend £800 on their child's first birthday.
- Work, kids, checking your phone. But reading a book? It just doesn't happen as much as it used to.
- Shout Out UK
Time to put SEX into sex education
Shout Out UK
Peter Tatchell says sex education should celebrate sexual pleasure and combat sexual shame and abuse. Sex education in schools is too often anti-sex. It focuses on the potential negative consequences, such as unwanted pregnancy, HIV infection and on ...
- Obesity Action Scotland says that school meals offer a "unique opportunity" to tackle childhood obesity.
- The Independent
Selective schooling has negative impact on UK children, say world education ...
Selective school systems such as grammar streams lower children's expectations and impact negatively on the wider education system, world experts have said. As the Government pushes forward plans to create new free schools and expand the grammar ...en meer »
- 57 UK-India partnerships in education, research announced
Hindu Business Line
As many as 57 UK-India education & research partnerships worth over 1.6 million pound have been announced with an aim of enhancing educational links between the countries. At an event hosted by the British Council, Secretary of State for Business Greg ...en meer »
- But bullying and anxiety over exams remains a problem for many, an international study finds.
- An international study of young people's well-being shows the importance of parental involvement
- Primary school tests - Sats - will not be disrupted by a threatened teacher union boycott.
- Parents in Zimbabwe who cannot afford school fees can offer livestock such as goats or sheep as payment, a government minister has said.
- Issues like eviction are pushing people to into anxiety, depression and panic attacks, says Shelter.
- Applications are down but pressure on places remains high, says the London admissions board.
- A parent says the council should have "foreseen" the lack of places when it approved housing developments.
- As teacher unions meet for their conferences, parents and delegates express concern over school budgets.
- Pupils are struggling with the pressure of a new grading scheme for GCSEs, a teacher union says.
- Key questions about the new 9-1 GCSEs answered.
- Belfast Telegraph
Service to remember pioneer of education reform
A woman who made a huge contribution to Northern Ireland's education system will be remembered at a service today. Catherine Coxhead was the first and only chief executive of the Northern Ireland Council for Education Development, founded in 1999, and ...
- Only 15% of pupils from the poorest 30% of homes in England attend an outstanding primary, says study.
- As teachers' union NASUWT warns children with special needs are being failed, Oscar's family share their story.
- The government is "test-obsessed", but Sats make children feel like failures, the NUT conference hears.
- Teachers move closer to boycotting Sats, saying they are damaging children's education.
- Ministers are accused of wasting millions on cancelled or closed free schools.
- Teachers' union threatens legal action against "grammar streams" within comprehensives in England.
- The National Union of Teachers backs strike action over spending cuts in England's schools.
- A teachers' union conference is told of a school unable to afford heating costs.
- Almost a fifth of parents have been asked to set up direct debits for schools in funding squeeze.
- Birmingham University student Hannah Bladon was killed on a tram in Jerusalem on Good Friday.
- Nearly half of new teachers say they would quit within the next five years, a survey suggests.
- Children as young as four are suffering from mental health problems, says teachers' union.
- AOL UK
Teachers poised to launch legal challenge over selective education plans
Teachers are prepared to launch a legal challenge over "sneaking" plans to expand selective education. Kevin Courtney, the National Union of Teachers (NUT) general secretary, said "a few" schools have been identified which it believes are setting up ...
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- The NUT says teachers need to be equipped with a new skill set before it is implemented.
- How Facebook videos have given an important voice to parents and children
- Education secretary says schools need to support more than 'privileged few'.
- Should toddlers play with smartphones?
- Harvard wants to change the words of its university song to make it more inclusive.
- The Education Secretary wants to get children from 'ordinary working families' into grammar schools.
- Schools should do more for those families who are 'just managing', the education secretary says.
- The Nobel Peace prize laureate tells Canadians to advocate for more female education funds.
- A moving letter written by a Malaysian-born teenager qualified her for eight Ivy League schools.
- Millions of students and former students will see interest rates on fee loans rise by about a third.
- The EU's executive says recent conservative moves by Hungary could conflict with EU law and values.
- ATL conference backs plan to explore a possible boycott and involve other unions.
- Another 131 are to open in England, creating 69,000 extra places.
- There is "no reason" IT should be a masculine domain, the organiser of a women's computing conference says.
- London School of Business and Finance (blog)
Online business education guide launched for UK SMEs
London School of Business and Finance (blog)
Business valuation expert Company Valuation Services (CVS) has launched an online guide to help UK businesses learn how to increase their potential. The online guide offers expert advice and guidance for UK businesses to help them boost the value of ...
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