Integrated education projects in Ireland to receive £300m

31st October 2018

Integrated education programmes across Northern Ireland are set to receive a cash injection of £300m, according to the Belfast Telepgraph According to Monday’s Budget announcements by chancellor Philip Hammond, integrated cross-community education programmes in Northern [read more]

Local leaders discuss British Education Awards

31st October 2018

An initial discussion about the British Education Awards occurred earlier this week, with leaders across East Lancashire coming together to discuss its importance An awards scheme for promoting excellence in education was discussed by politicians [read more]

Scottish education rally sees 30,000 march

30th October 2018

According to, tens of thousands of people hit the streets of Glasgow last weekend demanding better support from the government and local authorities Approximately 30,000 people protested over education pay in Glasgow on Saturday. [read more]

Council cuts may hit Welsh education

25th October 2018

Council cuts could impact school funding in Wales, according to the BBC Councils in Wales are facing real terms cuts; councils fund schools, meaning that they are likely to take the hit. Many schools in [read more]

Guernsey’s education system is under pressure

24th October 2018

Former and present members of Guernsey’s Education Committee are butting heads regarding the island’s school system, according to ITV News The former president and vice president of Guernsey’s Education Committee have called on the the [read more]

How important is technology in education?

24th October 2018

Sir Anthony Seldon of the University of Buckingham claims that, within the next 10 years, artificial intelligence (AI) will cause a shift in how we teach students. So, how important is technology in education and [read more]

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