Posted: 7 August 2014
After an initial pilot scheme in 2012 for those with degrees, run through the Graduate Teacher Programme, Troops to Teachers formally launched...
Posted: 30 July 2014
An academies trust led by a former government adviser has been told too many of its schools are underperforming and not improving fast enough. Ofsted...
Posted: 29 July 2014
Recently, there has been growing pushback against corporate reform from elements in the Democratic Party. Donna Brazile, a longtime strategist, this...
Posted: 22 July 2014
Pupils' chances of getting a good education in England still depend on where they live, inspectors have said. The study examined the use of the...
Posted: 25 June 2014
Fewer than a third of teachers in developed countries feel their profession is valued, according to a major international study. But the research...
Posted: 24 June 2014
It just happened in Rhode Island, where House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello first opposed a three-year moratorium on using a standardized test as a...
Posted: 17 June 2014
Australian teachers’ unions have flown in to express “solidarity” with the Warren School in its fight against government plans to...

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