ASCL comments on EPI further education report

8th November 2019

The Association of School and College Leaders have commented on A new report from the Education Policy Institute (EPI) which examines the life outcomes of students studying vocational qualifications The report found that around half [read more]

The future of school exams

8th November 2019

With education experts and politicians continually questioning whether school exams remain fit-for-purpose, what does the future hold for them? Whether or not school exams are fit-for-purpose for the modern pupil is a topic that continues [read more]

Unions weigh in on unexplained pupil exits

14th October 2019

Researchers from the Education Policy Institute (EPI) found one in 10 pupils who sat their GCSEs in 2017 experienced an “unexplained exit” at some point during their secondary school career Research into “off-rolling” from schools in England has found [read more]

Music tuition is fading fast in schools

1st October 2019

With music tuition fading fast in schools Simon Dutton, founder and CEO of Paritor, believes there is a critical need to establish music education and nurture talent at primary level The steady decline of music [read more]

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