How AI is helping transform education

10th December 2019

From personalised learning that takes advantage of AI to adapt teaching methods and materials to the needs of individual students and automated grading that frees teachers from the drudgery of assessing tests so they have [read more]

The power of WomenEd

10th December 2019

Are you a woman in school leadership? Do you know where to turn for support and advice when it comes to making your voice heard? The gender pay gap in education is nearly 19%. This [read more]

Knowing and communicating your worth

10th December 2019

Nickii Messer, of All The Geese, explains how to make sure it’s not just you who knows your worth, but also those around you Nowadays, much of the work I do to support the development [read more]

Ethics in leadership

9th December 2019

Hilary Goldsmith, an experienced SBM now working as a consultant, talks to Nell Walker about her particular brand of leadership – and her hopes for the future of the role Tell me a little about [read more]

Unions comment on Sutton Trust report

9th December 2019

The new GCSE system is widening the gap between rich and poor students, says report The new GCSE system in England is in danger of “further disadvantaging the disadvantaged”, a report by the Sutton Trust [read more]

The benefits of MAT membership

6th December 2019

MAT membership isn’t right for every school – but what are the benefits? New research analysing the Ofsted-rated performance of almost 1,700 schools and academies has found that more than half of institutions moving into [read more]

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