Chief inspector Sir Michael Wilshaw attacks government education policy, warning ‘schools will wither on the vine’ Children from Britain’s poorest families “pay the price” for failed experiments by politicians on both the left and right, according to Ofsted chief inspector
Many colleges are taking steps to help faculty members motivate and engage their students as new technology and research on effective techniques become available.
A school in Kent transformed its results in all subjects, from among the worst to one of the best, with help from Shakespeare Under bright spotlights in the drama room, students are getting into character as magical beings. The cast
One respondent tells of being ‘kicked and punched’ and others fear being badly hurt in classroom, according to Unison study More than half of teaching assistants say they have experienced physical violence in the classroom in the past year, according
Studies have yet to show much benefit from technology in schools, leading some to wonder whether the offline life is better for children It’s late morning and the children in Maria Woolley’s class at the Iona school in Nottingham are
Attacks in classrooms are on the rise, leaving many teachers fearing for their safety. What’s behind it, and what can schools do? One afternoon in 2013, Andrew, then 11, had to stay behind after school for misbehaving in his English
We asked whether repeating primary tests at big school can improve children’s numeracy and literacy. Tell us what you think too Pupils who don’t perform well enough in their Sats exams at the end of primary school will from next
DfE overrules recommendation that Greg Wallace should avoid ban because of his ‘inspirational example’ as an educator A London “superhead” and Department for Education adviser praised by Michael Gove has been banned from teaching after a disciplinary panel upheld allegations
The university tuition fees system is flawed but it could be used to confront class barriers and disrupt elite privilege There was no golden age of free university education. There was a period when the state covered tuition costs and
Linguistics expert David Crystal tells Hay festival that school advisers ‘not aware of complexity of decisions they are asking kids to make’ Is that a tall, dark, and handsome man standing over there? Or a tall, dark and handsome man?