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Video published in September 2014
Ofqual has now published a list of these subjects and the reasons why they're not being reformed.
The College of Teaching has named the 13 people who will lead the future direction and governance of this new professional body.
Following confusion among the profession between the key stage two floor standard and the ‘coasting’ standard, the Department for...
Wales’ poorest children are starting school without the early language skills needed to be ‘ready and able to learn,’ claims a...
A newly-formed research centre from UCL Institute of Education (IOE) is inviting the teaching profession to join its national network for post-14...
Senior middle manager Lisa Pettifer shares her eight top tips on how to get the most out of your appraisal.
Freelance journalist Susan Young shares a fascinating piece of research by Helen Curran, from Bath Spa University, on SENCos and the SEND reforms
How teachers plan and the way plans are written (if at all) should be given some thought by middle leaders because lesson planning will, of course, affect children’s learning
The latest attainment data paints a troubling picture of the performance of Gypsy, Roma and Traveller (GRT) pupils. It shows, on average, this group of pupils is among the lowest achieving in every key stage of education
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