A new grading system for GCSE results has lead to concerns that many students may receive incorrect grades and complaints of difficulty determining marks.
Mabel L Rice, University of Kansas details how the language of children with specific language impairment differs from typical children
A new wealth gap study suggests that UK students from wealthy backgrounds are 18 times more likely to go to University
A new poll by the National Student Survey (NSS) has found that the majority of university students in the UK are happy with their courses
How are Canadian higher education institutions responding to the truth and reconciliation commission’s calls to action? Brock University’s Dawn Zinga shares
Ian Allison, Strategic Creative Director, Instinctif Partners talks about creating an effective university brand and how traditional methods have changed
Dr Kevin J. Flint, Reader in Education talks about a deconstructive approach to style and the production of space from the generation of knowledge.
New research suggests that the very poorest children in the UK falling further behind their peers is at its lowest level since 2007
Sandra Styres, Adjunct Professor and Dawn Zinga, Associate Professor and Chair at Brock University, highlight the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Report and outlines implications for education.
An extra £1.3bn has been promised to schools in England over two years following pressure on the government over funding shortages
Dr. Yves Karlen, M. Sc. Miriam Compagnoni and Prof. Dr. Katharina Maag Merki at the Institute of Education, University of Zurich highlight self-regulated learning and its benefits.
Dawn Zinga, Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Child and Youth Studies at Brock University highlights some of the challenges faced by Indigenous pupils in Canada.
What does the learning culture of music lessons in Switzerland look like? The University of Zurich investigates how lessons could be improved
Michelle Jutzi, M.A. & Prof. Dr. Katharina Maag Merki, University of Zurich discuss the role of after-school programmes in supporting student well-being and learning.
CCTV is already utilised in schools, but could body cameras also become the norm in the future? Peter Houlis, Managing Director, 2020 Vision discusses
In a speech, Secretary of State for Education Justine Greening highlights how teachers are inspiring the professionals of the future
Head teachers are cutting GCSE and A-Level classes as education funding difficulties continue to mount
Michael Gaebel, Director of Higher Education Policy at the European University Association, highlights the upcoming European Commission Erasmus+ review
The European Commission’s Erasmus+ Programme is...
Funding promised to schools has been withdrawn by The Treasury, despite a cash flow problem in education
Schools can save cash on computer equipment including laptops, desktops and tablets under a new deal offered by the Department for Education
The Department for...
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