Susan Young looks at what makes an outstanding school leader.
A spotlight on the latest research in education.
New reseach shows that young people are taking fewer A Levels.
We look at a newly published piece of education research.
All the latest education research for the last 2 weeks.
The latest research reports released in the past week.
We share details of education and schools leadership related research reports, released in the last week.
In this issue - Girls' Attitudes Survey 2016, Society at a Glance 2016: A spotlight on youth. How does the United Kingdom compare?, Examination results in Wales, 2015/16 (Provisional),
The House of Commons Public Accounts Committee has published a report on training new teachers. Among its findings, the report notes that the Department for Education has fallen short of its target to fill teacher training places and vacancies in state-funded schools more than doubled between 2011 and 2014.
Mainstream schools are struggling to support pupils with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND), warns The Key.
Almost a quarter of students are being declined access to child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS), according to the CentreForum.
In this issue of your news round-up we look at the latest guidance on first-aid provision in schools, girls’ mental well-being and revised Progress 8 guidance.
In this issue of your news round-up we look at the latest guidance on teachers’ powers to discipline pupils, coasting schools and the ‘glass floor’.
School readiness and whole-system approaches are important in preventing domestic abuse, finds a study by the University of Central Lancashire.
In this issue we look at school teachers’ pay, helping students make connections between learning and their future, and exploring how to avoid a socially disengaged generation that’s dependent on technology.
The House of Commons Library has published (9 July 2015) a new briefing paper about changes to the special educational needs support system and the provision available for England’s young people.
The number of Oxbridge graduates teaching in UK state secondary schools has more than doubled in the past 12 years, reveals a study by the Sutton Trust.
Elite firms are systematically excluding bright working-class applicants from their workforce, reveals the Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission.
Able pupils from poorer homes are 'less likely to be judged above average' by their teachers even when they perform as well as other pupils on cognitive assessments, new research from UCL Institute of Education suggests.
To help educators make more informed choices, the Wellcome Trust has launched an online platform where primary and secondary teachers of all subjects can ask questions and engage in discussions about research on learning with psychologists and neuroscientists.
It feels great to be told we are brilliant, and it makes us more successful.
As every teacher will tell you, the start of a new school year brings with it a tangible sense of new beginnings.
Newly appointed middle leaders could benefit from some tailored training in their new roles, according to a new research project.
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