The Independent reports on a recent study by the Education Policy Institute (EPI). claiming that the gap between disadvantaged pupils and their peers is equivalent to one GCSE grade, raising suggestions that the exam reforms are not working.
25 Apr 2018 11:09am
The Guardian reports on the controversial new baseline assessments for testing four year-olds revealed by the government this week.
17 Apr 2018 2:28pm
TES reports that exams regulator Ofqual will carry out a programme of work to look into grade boundaries at GCSE and A level to ensure that grades reflect improvements in pupil performance.
09 Apr 2018 11:08am
Andria Zafirakou, an arts and textiles teacher from Alperton Community School in Brent, north-west London, was presented with the fourth annual Varkey Foundation Global Teacher $1 million prize on Sunday.
20 Mar 2018 3:43pm
TES reports from the Association of School Leaders’ Conference held in Birmingham this week
12 Mar 2018 12:06pm
The TES reports on the need for the education community to remember the psychological needs of students in an education system focused on data.
05 Mar 2018 2:02pm
Cambridge Assessment Network will be hosting Professor Simon Peyton Jones FRS (Microsoft Research) and Miles Berry (Principal Lecturer in Computing Education at the University of Roehampton) at the Network’s spring seminar, 'A Quantum Leap': crowd sourcing assessment.
26 Feb 2018 3:47pm
Conservative MP Julian Sturdy has called for the introduction of a GCSE in agriculture to aid young people as Brexit goes ahead, reports the TES.
12 Feb 2018 1:13pm