Schools are being forced to cast their recruitment net ever wider. Attracting and securing teachers that are the right fit for your school starts long before you advertise a position; it’s about building the reputation [read more]
Education, it sometimes seems, is nothing but churn and every change brings with it talk of new data and software solutions to help us on our way. Have we already reached a period of ‘peak [read more]
It’s a difficult thing to call – the future direction of school funding – but accounting for uncertain budgets, which are under severe pressure, is something that those who manage the school books are accustomed [read more]
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Howard Jackson, head of education and founder of HCSS Education, part of Access Group, is retiring at the end of December following decades of experience, with roles including internal audit, school business manager and finance [read more]
CREDIT: This story was first seen in TES An inspection of six of the Greenwood multi-academy trust’s schools by the regulator found that three required special measures, TES reports. Two were judged to be good and [read more]
CREDIT: This story was first seen in TES Education secretary Justine Greening has announced the appointment of Roger Taylor as the next chair of the exams watchdog, TES reports. He will replace Amanda Spielman, who takes over [read more]
CREDIT: This story was first seen on BT Poorer pupils will not benefit from an increase in grammar schools, scientists have said. BT reports that research from the Royal Society found no evidence that disadvantaged [read more]