over

Young teachers are leaving profession over lack of classroom support, says schools inspector

Bright-eyed and bushy-tailed young teachers are being lost to the profession through a lack of support in the classroom, chief schools inspector Sir Michael Wilshaw has said.












- Education News RSS Feed

Growing crisis over shortage of school places could lead to ‘titan’ secondary schools to cope with thousands of extra pupils

The growing crisis over the shortage of school places could see “titan” secondary schools swell to cope with thousands of extra pupils, despite concerns over the impact on children’s education.












- Education News RSS Feed

Number of graduates receiving 2:1 or First-class honours degrees rises by over 80%, according to university guide

The number of graduates leaving university with either a 2:1 or First-class honours degree has risen by over 80 per cent and is ‘spiralling out of control,’ according to an investigation by a university guide.












- Education News RSS Feed

Over 13 million children from the Middle East and North Africa are being prevented from going to school, says Unicef education report

Millions of displaced children are being deprived of a basic education, according to a startling report from the United Nation’s (UN) children’s agency, Unicef, which adds how the hopes of an entire generation are at stake unless the international community acts.












- Education News RSS Feed

GCSE Edexcel Maths paper: Pupils remain defiant over ‘Hannah’s sweets’ problem

Hannah and her sweets caused quite a storm this year on Twitter as GCSE pupils took to the social media site to vent their frustrations over the ‘tricky’ Edexcel Mathematics paper.












- Education News RSS Feed

Over half of the first graduates paying £9,000 a year think they did not get value for money

More than half the class of 2015 – the first to graduate under the £9,000 a year fees regime – believe they failed to get value for money from their courses, according to a new survey.












- Education News RSS Feed

Major rise in number of parents taken to court over children’s school truancy, say new figures

A major rise in the number of parents being taken to court over their children’s truanting from school is revealed in figures published on 12 August.












- Education News RSS Feed

Nicky Morgan confronted over ‘troubling’ decline of the arts in schools

Arts leaders have confronted the Education Secretary, Nicky Morgan, about the “troubling” decline of art, music, drama and design education in schools – and said the sector should not be used to aid the Government’s “British values” citizenship agenda.












- Education News RSS Feed

Over one in five secondary school maths lessons taught by teacher without degree in the subject

More than one in five secondary school maths lessons is now taught by a teacher without a degree in the subject, official figures have revealed.












- Education News RSS Feed

Teenagers are shunning Saturday jobs as they opt for revision over riches

Thousands of teenagers are shunning Saturday jobs – so they can swot for their exams, a new report says.










- Education News RSS Feed