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Education chief slams academies. GURDIP THANDI Dec 1, 2021 316
Impact of pandemic on education laid bare. ABBIE WIGHTWICK Education editor Dec 1, 2021 1034
Revealed: How education was hit by pandemic. ABBIE WIGHTWICK Education editor Dec 1, 2021 613
Schools won't all shut early for Christmas despite Covid variant as No10 dismisses calls; The Government will only close schools if they had "absolutely no choice" and all other options had been exhausted. Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi said the classroom is the best place for kids to be. By, Aletha Adu Nov 29, 2021 454
Schools told to do on-site Covid tests for secondary pupils after Christmas; The Department for Education wrote to headteachers to urge them to prepare to test pupils in school at the start of next term. By, Eleanor Busby & Lizzy Buchan Nov 28, 2021 672
Pupils in years 7 and above should wear face masks in schools and colleges; The Department of Education has announced updated rules on face masks in schools. By, Sophie Brownson Nov 28, 2021 431
Powys removed from list of local education authorities causing 'significant concern'; Estyn said Powys County Council has made "strong progress" in all recommendations to improve. By, Abbie Wightwick Nov 26, 2021 525
Funding crisis is hurting children's education, warning; 'Redistributing budgets in different ways will not resolve the crisis'. ABBIE WIGHTWICK Education editor Nov 12, 2021 1319
Children's education is being damaged by "chronic underfunding" of schools in Wales, school leaders warn; Wales spends less per pupil than England or Scotland despite receiving more money from the UK government to spend on public services. By, Abbie Wightwick Nov 12, 2021 1366
Top Tory warns parents risk fines if children skip school for COP26 protests; Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi said he would rather young activists 'march on Saturday and Sunday' as thousands attend climate change demo in Glasgow. By, Lizzy Buchan Nov 5, 2021 591
Scrap exams again, urge headteachers; 'It's cruel. the Welsh Government. are selling their new wellbeing agenda in one breath then applying the most unbearable pressures on pupils when they are not having the education they deserve...'. ABBIE WIGHTWICK Education editor Nov 4, 2021 1338
SOVICO Group inks deal with Oxford University for research, education development. Nov 2, 2021 417
UK plans 8 billion pounds of extra health and education spending. Reuters News Service Oct 24, 2021 506
Marcos camp: No misrepresentation in Bongbong's Oxford education. Oct 23, 2021 215
'I cleaned with the caretaker most days and some mornings I started my day by vacuuming' Cleaning at 7am, covering for teachers off ill, children missing out and catching Covid herself - a headteacher describes the first half-term back with fewer infection restrictions. Education editor Abbie Wightwick reports. Oct 20, 2021 912
Top Tories urge parents to get children vaccinated as school Covid cases surge; Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi and Health Secretary Sajid Javid issued a plea to families to encourage 12 to 15-year-olds to get the Covid jab. By, Lizzy Buchan Oct 11, 2021 482
Face masks may return to schools in England to stem Covid spread; Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi has also defended the slow rollout of carbon dioxide monitors into classrooms. By, Geraldine Scott, PA Political Correspondent & David Flett Oct 8, 2021 944
Masks could return to schools, but not bubbles, says Education Secretary; Education Secretary for England Nadhim Zahawi says there is a contingency plan. By, Neil Shaw Oct 7, 2021 184
The huge numbers of school leaders in Wales considering leaving their jobs; A survey of 78,000 education professionals across Wales reveals the impact of the pandemic on wellbeing and workload for teachers, headteachers and learning support staff. By, Abbie Wightwick Oct 7, 2021 861
School pupils could be told to wear face masks again this winter if Covid surges; Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi said he did not want a return to the bubble system in England -but accepted compulsory face coverings in class could make a comeback. By, Pippa Crerar Oct 7, 2021 458
Kaduna girls education: PERL, journalists synergise to break identified barriers. Oct 6, 2021 709
Humberside councillor passes away after 50 years of public service; veronica was champion of education. JAMIE WALLER @jamiewaller2 Obituary Sep 29, 2021 332
Education minister says parents should send children to school if another family member has Covid; Children have spent too much time out of school and should not be subjected to stricter Covid rules than adults, said Education Minister Jeremy Miles. By, Abbie Wightwick Sep 29, 2021 798
Education minister sends letter reassuring headteachers over covid cases; CO2 monitors will be delivered to schools, colleges and universities in Wales starting next week. They can help staff tell where ventilation needs to be improved. By, Abbie Wightwick Sep 29, 2021 365
Nadhim Zahawi insists Government 'won't stand back and let attendance fall'; The Department for Education (DfE) estimated 1.5% of all pupils -- around 122,300 children -- were not in school for reasons connected to coronavirus on September 16. By, Benjamin Cooper, PA & Josh Luckhurst Sep 27, 2021 376
Nadhim Zahawi says Government 'won't stand back and let attendance fall' in schools; The Department for Education estimated 1.5% of all pupils -around 122,300 children -were not in school for reasons connected to coronavirus on September 16. By, Katie Dickinson Sep 27, 2021 409
Education Secretary fails to show up for speech day at school. Sep 19, 2021 587
Who is Nadhim Zahawi, England's new Education Secretary? The politician replaces Gavin Williamson in the job; The politician replaces Gavin Williamson in the job. By, Jack Gevertz Sep 16, 2021 555
Numbers in work, training and education hits new high. Sep 14, 2021 226
Royal Grammar School: where boys share pride, passion and high aspirations; The Guildford school provides an exceptional education for boys aged 3-18. By, Ginette Davies Sep 13, 2021 772
Gavin Williamson could face legal action for forcing vulnerable kids back to school; The Good Law Project Jo Maugham has warned the Education Secretary parents and children with health conditions could be exposed to Covid this autumn. By, Rachel Wearmouth Sep 10, 2021 503
Calls to scrap school assemblies and give children an extra hour in bed; The Education (Assemblies) Bill would apply to state-funded schools without a religious character in England and Wales. By, Richard Wheeler (PA) & Victoria Jones Sep 10, 2021 769
Prince George will change schools soon -five options Kate and William may pick; Prince George, eight, heads back to the classroom today at Thomas's Battersea, but once he turns 13 he may have to attend a different school to further his education. By, Jennifer Newton Sep 9, 2021 1002
Gavin Williamson slammed for mistaking player he spoke to on Zoom; "You must be the most ignorant, clueless and incapable Education Secretary in the UK's history.". By, Neil Shaw Sep 8, 2021 199
Who are Marcus Rashford and Maro Itoje? Education Secretary in embarrassing blunder as he confuses the two; Gavin Williamson apologises for 'genuine mistake' over mix-up of the two sports stars. By, Jack Gevertz Sep 8, 2021 586
Education programme will return to Wishaw's schools. IAN BUNTING Sep 8, 2021 575
Education programme will return to Monklands schools. IAN BUNTING Sep 8, 2021 579
The teachers and staff banned from working in Wales' schools and colleges; The Education Workforce Council Wales can decide to stop staff working in schools and colleges if there is evidence of misconduct. By, Abbie Wightwick Aug 15, 2021 3790
Mum's cancer fight inspired daughter to train as a doctor; Roseanne Jones is studying medicine after being inspired by the doctors treating her mum for cancer. Education editor Abbie Wightwick reports. Abbie Wightwick reports Aug 12, 2021 649
Get a higher degree of education with Cardiff and Vale College - whatever happens; ADVERTISING FEATURE. Aug 10, 2021 590
Get a higher degree of education with Cardiff and Vale College - whatever happens. Aug 10, 2021 590
Survey finds more Welsh students are choosing to continue their education after leaving school or college; The Welsh Government is pointing students to the free, impartial advice on offer at Working Wales to help them decide on their immediate future. By, Chris Peregrine Aug 10, 2021 793
Unlock your potential with support from the Futures service; Career coaches are available to help young people in Swansea to access a variety of routes into further education, training, or employment. By, Leena Sidat Aug 7, 2021 649
Buhari Considers Increase In Education Budget By 50% Till 2023. Jul 29, 2021 274
We'll Increase Education Budget By 50% Over Two Years, Says Buhari. Jul 28, 2021 207
Buhari leaves for London for education summit, medical check-up. Jul 27, 2021 163
Buhari Leaves For London's Education Summit, Medical Check-Up. Jul 26, 2021 273
Buhari Travels For London's Education Summit, Medical Check-Up. Jul 26, 2021 275
Teacher, 49, who married ex-pupil, 23, and had two children with her faces probe; It is claimed that religious education teacher Gavin Dunsmuir, 49, became too close to Megan Reid, now 23, while working at Largs Academy in Ayrshire, Scotland, and she was still a student. By, Sarah Vesty Jul 22, 2021 531
LESSON I SON IN CHAOS; CORONAVIRUS CRISIS: PING MAYHEM ROCKS Education Fury at PM as 1m pupils miss school? and figure will rise. PIPPA CRERAR Political Editor Jul 21, 2021 579
LESSON IN CHAOS; CORONAVIRUS CRISIS: PING MAYHEM ROCKS Education Fury at PM as 1m pupils miss school? and figure will rise. PIPPA CRERAR Political Editor Jul 21, 2021 576
Crackdown on university education standards planned to protect course quality; The Office for Students (OfS) has set out proposed new requirements to protect quality and standards in higher education. By, Eleanor Busby, PA & Brett Gibbons Jul 20, 2021 610
Rise in number of children missing from education. Jul 14, 2021 530
JAMB And Myth Of Declining Education Standards. Jul 10, 2021 1378
Six Army officers accused of using taxpayer cash to send kids to private schools; EXCLUSIVE: Some British Army personnel can claim a Continuity of Education Allowance if they want to send children to boarding school, with £7,828 given per child. By, Sean Rayment Jul 10, 2021 336
'Unis must be open about restrictions' WESTERN MAIL THURSDAY, JULY 1, 2021 29 education Wales Edited by Abbie Wightwick 029 2024 3765 EVERY THURSDAY IN YOUR. ABBIE WIGHTWICK Education Editor Jul 1, 2021 658
Education Minister supports 'decide for yourself'approach. Jun 29, 2021 255
AXED; curriculum comes in for criticism Exam body to be scrapped immediately as report condemns education system and recommends complete overhaul. VIVIENNE AITKEN Education Editor Jun 22, 2021 923
As a parent I want a system we can trust; Education Secretary pledges shake up of SQA. EXCLUSIVE BY VIVIENNE AITKEN Education Editor Jun 19, 2021 420
Scottish universities demand clarity on return, as gap between richest and poorest children in higher education widens; University chiefs are demanding a route map for when classroom teaching can return in the next academic year, as new polling finds 80 per cent of students believe online studies have negatively affected their mental health. Gina Davidson Jun 15, 2021 1021
No going back as learners must come first in schools' recovery; What do head teachers think should happen next in schools? Education editor Abbie Wightwick reports. Abbie Wightwick Jun 12, 2021 929
Figures back Kingswood development planned near Adversane; Plans for a new settlement near Adversane has been backed by West Sussex figures in education, business and the rural economy. Joshua Powling Jun 10, 2021 486
Higher education can be force for recovery. Dylan Jones-Evans Jun 9, 2021 709
Warnings SQA 'algorithm by stealth' could replicate 2020 fiasco; Scotland's most disadvantaged children could face a similar scale of injustice as in 2020 due to an "algorithm by stealth" approach to exam results, an education expert has warned. Conor Matchett Jun 8, 2021 645
Gary Neville demands compulsory racism education for all football fans, players and staff; The former Man United player condemned those who say "we don't tolerate racism" but fail to do "a d*** thing" about it. By, Lizzy Buchan Jun 8, 2021 413
Scotland's qualifications system must meet the needs of learners and the labour market, both now and in the future - Fiona Robertson; With the publication of a new appeals process which gives students the right to appeal directly to the Scottish Qualifications Authority, the organisation's chief executive and Scotland's chief examiner, Fiona Robertson, reflects on this year in Scottish education. Fiona Robertson Jun 7, 2021 964
Edinburgh edtech firm Gecko plots US expansion and unveils 'major coup' hire; Gecko, the Edinburgh-based education technology specialist, is plotting further global expansion after hiring a high-profile chairman in a "major coup". Scott Reid Jun 7, 2021 584
Edinburgh covid cases: Broughton High School, Gracemount High School, Holyrood RC High School and Wester Hailes Education Centre in the Capital announce covid cases as cases rise; As covid cases rise in Edinburgh, four high schools across the capital have announced that they each have had at least one covid case. Hannah Brown Jun 7, 2021 435
East Riding of Yorkshire schools 'have among highest levels of Covid-related absence', according to Department for Education figures; East Riding of Yorkshire pupils missed among the most face-to-face teaching in the autumn term after having to self-isolate or shield due to Covid-19, figures reveal. Jun 7, 2021 325
Readers' Letters: Government ties prevent SQA reform; Yesterday Shirley-Anne Somerville announced a forthcoming review of the SQA. Only 90 minutes earlier Nicola Sturgeon had professed "full confidence" in the SQA! Surely the SNP's cult of secrecy has gone too far when the Education Secretary and the First Minister don't reveal their hands even to each other. Scotsman Letters Letter to the editor Jun 5, 2021 1738
Education Secretary Shirley-Anne Somerville's big plans don't let Scottish government off the hook over looming grades crisis - Scotsman comment; Many teachers will welcome the announcement by the new Education Secretary, Shirley-Anne Somerville, that Education Scotland and the Scottish Qualifications Authority are to be reformed, given the current level of dissatisfaction in classrooms. Scotsman comment Jun 4, 2021 427
Betrayal of al our youngsters; SCHOOL EXAMS SHAMBLES New education minister on the rack as parents fear second year of tests chaos. VIVIENNE AITKEN Education Editor Jun 3, 2021 758
SERC open evening for Higher Education students; South Eastern Regional College (SERC) is hosting a Higher Education Open Evening on Thursday 10 June, from 6pm to 8.30pm at the College's main campuses in Bangor, Downpatrick, Lisburn and Newtownards. Jun 3, 2021 259
Time for schools to adapt to a post-Covid landscape; How should education address disruption caused by the pandemic? 'The inescapable reality is that months of face-to-face learning have been missed,'warns Sian Thomas from Senedd Research as she analyses the problems and suggests some solutions. Jun 3, 2021 1228
Derbyshire councillor calls for more money to be spent on kids' summer holiday activities; A Derbyshire councillor has called for more money to be spent on summer holiday activities for kids, amid a mounting backlash over the government's education recovery plan. Alana Roberts Jun 3, 2021 402
SQA and Education Scotland to undergo reform; National education agencies Education Scotland and the Scottish Qualifications Authority are to under go major reform, the Scottish Government has said. Jane Bradley Jun 3, 2021 591
Only three-quarters of the care plans for disabled children in Doncaster ready in time; Around three-quarters of the Education, Health and Care Plans (EHCP) approved in Doncaster were processed on time last year, with some children waiting more than five months for adequate support. Stephanie Bateman Jun 2, 2021 579
Leeds charity says government's [pounds sterling]14bn education recovery plan "will not come close" to narrowing inequality gap; Extra funding announced by the government today to stage an education catch up with a 100 million hours of tuition has been branded "nowhere near enough" by a Leeds education charity. Emma Ryan Jun 2, 2021 546
Plans to shorten school summer holidays after Covid dropped by Gavin Williamson; Education Secretary Gavin Williamson said plans to rearrange the school year are not being progressed 'at the moment'. By, Mikey Smith & Dan Bloom Jun 2, 2021 576
Lib Dems urge major reform of Scottish Qualifications Authority; Scotland's new education secretary will be urged to commit to reforming the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) this week as concerns grow over senior pupil assessments. Gina Davidson May 31, 2021 614
Almost all care plans for disabled children in the East Riding ready in time despite national slump; Almost all of the Education, Health and Care Plans approved in the East Ridin were processed on time last year, despite a drop in performance nationally. May 28, 2021 591
Education bequest linked to slavery to be probed. May 25, 2021 279
How to achieve academic excellence through online education. Helga Jensen-Forde | Reach by Gulf News May 18, 2021 724
Leamington FC academy players help England's top coaches work towards their UEFA B Licences; More than 20 players from the academy travelled to the home of England's football teams and FA education St George's Park for the two-day visit. Oliver Williams May 16, 2021 569
Covid still looms large for new Education Minister; Education editor Abbie Wightwick assesses the challenges that new Education Minister Jeremy Miles will be tackling over the next five years. May 14, 2021 277
SKILLS REVOLUTION TO SHAPE FUTURE; Colleges at heart of education shake-up that promises to supercharge recovery from crisis. PETER MADELEY Political Editor May 12, 2021 472
Further education 'revolution' is vital for fightback. PETER MADELEY Political Editor May 12, 2021 435
Council report reflects on extraordinary year for education in Northumberland; A new report has reflected on an extraordinary year for education in Northumberland. Ian Smith May 11, 2021 452
'Too soon' to remove masks in secondary schools, say Yorkshire education and health leaders; Education and health leaders in Yorkshire have expressed concerns after the Government confirmed that face masks will non longer be required in secondary classrooms in England from May 17. Ruth Dacey May 11, 2021 772
Bewerley Park outdoor education centre in Nidderdale could be at risk; A residential outdoor education centre in Nidderdale could be at risk due to the levels of investment needed and a loss of income. Gemma Jimmison May 6, 2021 515
Education cuts a crisis in the making; Get in touch - tell us what you think Email: Twitter: @WalesOnline Facebook: Post: Media Wales, 6 Park Street, Cardiff CF10 1XR. May 3, 2021 372
Education cuts are a crisis in the making. May 3, 2021 371
Boris Johnson's mobile phone number 'listed online for 15 years'; The Prime Minister's phone number was listed at the bottom of a press release when he was shadow higher education minister. By, David Hughes, Press Association Apr 30, 2021 334
Sarwar: SNP has failed our youths on education. Apr 28, 2021 225
Think-tank calls for abolition of Scolition Scottish education agency. Apr 22, 2021 323
Council's overhaul of education put back until 2024. anthony lewis Local Democracy Reporter Apr 9, 2021 901
Follow Welsh lead on black history in schools - Readers' Letters; The Welsh Education Minister Kirsty Williams is leading the way in ground-breaking curriculum reform by adopting 51 recommendations of a new report which advised on the inclusion of black history in the Welsh school curriculum. Letter to the editor Apr 2, 2021 1666
O Level exams to start from May 10 instead of May 15 education minister. Mar 29, 2021 309
Reader' Letters: Who says Scottish education is terrible? Contrary to claims by Willie Rennie (Perspective, 25 March), the Scottish Government has been totally focused on tackling Covid and the economic recovery. Scotsman Letters Letter to the editor Mar 26, 2021 1619
Education experts call for public review of Scottish school assessment following Covid-19 pandemic; An independent group of education experts has called for a full-scale public review of assessment in schools following the two-year disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. Elsa Maishman Mar 15, 2021 586
Religion or an Education? How British Muslims are forced to decide. Arab News Mar 12, 2021 834
o save dozens en' | Youngsters at Llyn Padarn, near Llanberis, enjoy the great OUTDOORs - a sight that has been threatened by crippling coronavirus restrictions 'Just days' to sa of companies in 'forgotten' sector of tourism; OUTDOOR EDUCATION CENTRES IN PLEA FOR HELP AS NEARLY 1,000 JOBS HANG IN BALANCE. ANDREW FORGRAVE Countryside and Tourism Editor Mar 11, 2021 797
Push for school starting age in Scotland to be raised to seven in 'historic change'; Liberal Democrats have called for the age youngsters start formal schooling to be raised to seven in an "historic change" in Scotland's education system. Katrine Bussey Mar 9, 2021 381
Government confirms it may change summer holidays and make school days longer in England; The nation's Education Secretary Gavin Williamson confirmed this morning that these were part of proposals being looked at. By, Nisha Mal Mar 7, 2021 419
Who Needs Global Citizenship Education? A Review of the Literature on Teacher Education. Estelles, Marta; Fischman, Gustavo E. Report Mar 1, 2021 11106
Number of Scottish school leavers going to 'positive destinations' falls as attainment gap grows; The Covid pandemic has been blamed for a drop in the number of young people leaving school and not entering the workforce or further education. Gina Davidson Feb 24, 2021 639
School days could be lengthened and holidays shortened to help kids catch up; Education Secretary Gavin Williamson refused to rule out the two options as he announced a [pounds sterling]300m boost for schools to run catch-up programmes, including in the holidays. By, Dan Bloom & Lizzy Buchan Feb 24, 2021 652
How schools should look in a post-lockdown Wales, according to one teaching union; No focus on exams, no national literacy and numeracy tests, no full inspections and delay new curriculum for Wales, says National Education Union Cymru. By, Abbie Wightwick Feb 22, 2021 773
Early intervention for poorest kids must be top priority - Brian Wilson; A generation has passed since I was Scottish education minister in the pre-devolution interregnum, but one lesson never left me - the importance of early intervention to education and society more widely. Brian Wilson Feb 20, 2021 269
County council are not looking to close outdoor education centres 'in any way, shape or form' Councillors have sought to calm fears that outdoor learning centres used by thousands of Scarborough children could shut down. Sarah Fitton Feb 18, 2021 591
Education expert: Some pupils who are learning from home have thrived. Feb 17, 2021 459
Education. Education. Revolution; Influential, expert and provocative voices detail how our country could be transformed post-pandemic in this insightful series. Dani Garavelli Feb 14, 2021 1748
Children will need eight extra hours in classroom a week for two years, experts claim; Education experts suggest pupils could even spread an extra five hours at school per week over three years to make up for the classroom time lost to lockdowns. By, Alisdair Clark & Talia Shadwell Feb 10, 2021 672
Education back on track for kids. KIERAN MURRAY Reporter Feb 6, 2021 607
New city school will be built as part of PS1bn education overhaul. PETER MADELEY Feb 5, 2021 216
Children aged three to seven expected to return to school after half term; Education Minister Kirsty Williams is set to make an announcement on schools at the Welsh Government press briefing. By, Abbie Wightwick & Cathy Owen Feb 5, 2021 471
Education Minister still when all children will go doesn't know back to school. ABBIE WIGHTWICK Education Editor Feb 5, 2021 1190
Carnegie Endowment Report Shows How Over APS30M Illicit Financial Flows from Nigeria to UK Education Sector. Jan 30, 2021 660
Access to higher education for all crucial. Professor Elizabeth Hancock Jan 29, 2021 722
'Learning recovery plan' to help schools move one f from Covid is needed, says Education Minister. Jan 28, 2021 414
Education in Scotland: 'More needed' says Universities Scotland after extra [pounds sterling]30m Government support announced; Universities Scotland, the representative body of Scotland's 19 higher education institutions, has said that 'more is needed' to support universities after the Scottish Government announced a further [pounds sterling]30 million of support today. Hannah Brown Jan 26, 2021 566
Schools to and fro has left our teachers angry and confused; Can Wales avoid a third fiasco of schools returning to the classroom? Education editor Abbie Wightwick reports. Jan 18, 2021 1606
Efforts must go into assisting education. Jan 18, 2021 307
Schools hokey-cokey has left our teachers angry and confused; Can Wales avoid a third fiasco of schools returning to the classroom? Education editor Abbie Wightwick reports. Jan 18, 2021 1870
Covid lockdown: Scotland needs to do more to ensure poorest children get a decent education - Brian Wilson; A report from the Institute of Fiscal Studies has confirmed the extent to which the poorest have paid a far, far higher price for Covid-19 than the better-off. Brian Wilson Jan 9, 2021 368
Peer calls for education secretary to resign for 'mishandled' decision. Jan 7, 2021 193
Peer calls for education secretary to resign for 'mishandled' decision. Jan 7, 2021 193
Expel him; CORONAVIRUS C S CRISIS: SCHOOLS CHAOS WHAT THE PUPILS THINK >>>>Education chief battles calls to quit >>>>PM admits break could go on longer >>>>Teachers will decide exam results. aMY-clarE MarTIN and GEOrGIa MulraINE BY MIKEY SMITH Political Correspondent Jan 7, 2021 809
Expel him; CORONAVIRUS CRISIS: SCHOOLS CHAOS WHAT THE PUPILS THINK Education chief battles calls to quit PM admits break could go on longer Teachers will decide exam results. AMY-CLARE MARTIN and GEORGIA MULRAINE BY MIKEY SMITH Political Correspondent Jan 7, 2021 808
Qatar's first self-driving delivery kicks off at Education City. Jan 5, 2021 492
Leading teaching union urges primary school staff in England not to return on Monday; The National Education Union said: 'If Government does not act to follow the science, we must'. By, Nisha Mal Jan 3, 2021 905
Education bosses warned of anti-Muslim bullying. Jan 2, 2021 169
Northern pupils 'missing out' on Oxbridge as thousands of southern students given places; There's a North / South divide when it comes to Oxford and Cambridge universities, according to figures that show just a handful of pupils from northern education authorities getting in. By, Matthew Davis Jan 2, 2021 216
Knighthood bestowed on city university chief; Recognised for services to education and economy QUEEN'S NEW YEAR HONOUR DELIGHT. KAIYA MARJORIBANKS Jan 1, 2021 654
Hundreds of schools won't open next week; 'I think most local education authorities are doing the same as RCT in regards to next week' >> from page 1. ABBIE WIGHTWICK Education editor Jan 1, 2021 1316
Linking Creative Practice with Audio Production Education in the Music Industry Classroom. Bielmeier, Doug Jan 1, 2021 5334
'Brutal and unnecessary' - y' - Welshman behind Erasmus education programme e condemns Johnson's withdrawal. MARTIN SHIPTON Political editor-at-large Dec 30, 2020 972
Schools plan to be announced today as reopening could be put back by a week; A minister said Education Secretary Gavin Williamson will make a formal announcement today -as pressure mounts on him to delay the reopening of schools while the virus surges. By, Ben Glaze & Dan Bloom Dec 30, 2020 857
Education Secretary fears schools could be in lockdown in January as he warns of 'enormous battle'; Gavin Williamson has reportedly told allies that the fears an enormous battle to get pupils back into classrooms in the New Year as the prospect of a further lockdown emerges. By, Dave Burke Dec 27, 2020 395
Leaving Academia: the Shifting Terrain of Higher Education. Segal, Lynne Dec 22, 2020 8364
SNP deserves a D for education but voters still put them top of the class - John McLellan; Skoolz out for Christmas... or not quite, as teachers and pupils trudge into classrooms on Monday and Tuesday, despite unions demanding cancellation of the last two days of face-to-face teaching this term because of increasing Covid-19 infection rates. John McLellan Dec 19, 2020 1123
Pak-UK Education Gateway helps in reshaping higher education: Speakers. Conference notes Dec 18, 2020 740
Scottish universities facing 'existential threat' amid calls for more funding; Scotland's higher and further education sectors are facing an "existential threat" due to the Scottish Government's decision to not fully fund free university tuition, MSPs have claimed. Conor Matchett Dec 16, 2020 568
BC arranges 'Pak-UK Education Gateway' moot. Dec 16, 2020 649
HEC, British Council to hold moot on future of higher education after COVID-19. Dec 15, 2020 298
Scotland exams cancellation 'does nothing' to reduce unfairness of school Covid-19 impact; Leading education experts have warned John Swinney that he must not repeat the failings of 2020's exam results fiasco and commit to an appeals process that means no child faces "a second year of being failed by the SQA and the Scottish Government". Conor Matchett Dec 13, 2020 1050
TEN YEARS OF FAILURE; JACK MCCONNELL SLAMS GOVERNMENT FOR LETTING GENERATION OF KIDS DOWN IN DECADE OF DISASTER Former first minister and teacher says scrapping next year's exams is just the latest in long line of bad decisions that have led to falling education standards. John Ferguson Political Editor Dec 13, 2020 980
'You shouldn't shut our schools because of south's virus crisis' CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC: SCHOOLS OUT FOR CHRISTMAS EDUCATION CHIEF HITS OUT AT ALL-WALES APPROACH TO EARLY CLOSURES. JEZ HEMMING Local Democracy Reporter Dec 11, 2020 723
Campaign for inclusive education. Dec 10, 2020 209
Call for extra cash for schools to ride out virus upheaval; Devon's education chief has issued a stark warning about the likelihood of disruption to next year's examinations, while appealing for more financial support to help schools through the current crisis. Daniel Clark reports. Daniel Clark Dec 10, 2020 1727
John Swinney warned not to 'let history repeat itself' over 2021 exams cancellation; Education secretary John Swinney was warned he must not "let history repeat itself" around the handling of exam results in 2021 following the cancellation of Higher and Advanced Higher exams. Conor Matchett Dec 9, 2020 615
Scots Highers and Advanced highers cancelled for 2021, John Swinney announces; Highers and Advanced Higher exams have been cancelled in Scotland next year, education Secretary John Swinney has announced. Conor Matchett and Scott Macnab Dec 8, 2020 576
Coronavirus in Scotland: John Swinney could announce higher exam cancellations today: Here's what you need to know; Education Secretary, John Swinney is due to give an update on exam cancellations at parliament this afternoon but what can we expect him to announce? Hannah Brown Dec 8, 2020 382
Is Wales ready for new Curriculum? Are secondary schools ready for Curriculum for Wales? Estyn's not so sure and neither is education consultant and former headteacher Finola Wilson. Dec 3, 2020 763
Coronavirus in Scotland: Education secretary John Swinney's letter in full on school Christmas and new year holidays 2020 in Scotland; In a letter addressed to Clare Adamson MSP today, Scotland's education secretary announced that school holidays will not be extended over the Christmas and new year period. Hannah Brown Dec 3, 2020 837
Education System Reform: WB, UK to Provide Technical Assistance to Morocco. Dec 2, 2020 332
Covid-19 exacerbates challenges faced by education successor; Wales' Education Minister Kirsty Williams steps down next May. Here, education editor Abbie Wightwick assesses her successor's long to-do list. Nov 30, 2020 1913
All the problems facing Wales' new Education Minister; Kirsty Williams has announced she is stepping down next May. By, Abbie Wightwick Nov 29, 2020 1944
Go-ahead for Higher exams to be decided before February deadline; A decision on the holding of Higher and Advanced Higher exams will be made before the February deadline, the Education Secretary has said. Craig Paton Nov 28, 2020 586
Scottish exam cancellation decision expected 'before Christmas' from John Swinney; The remainder of the 2020/21 exam diet in Scotland could be cancelled as soon as next week as crunch time approaches for the education secretary. Conor Matchett Nov 27, 2020 585
Education Minister toasts BAME curriculum report. ROBERT LLOYD Print content editor Nov 19, 2020 590
Glasgow Education Chief: Children's sleepovers are 'spreading Covid' in schools; Coronavirus is being spread across Glasgow's schools by children's sleepovers and other social events for young people, the council's education chief has warned. Conor Marlborough Nov 19, 2020 319
Vodafone promises to give free internet access to 250,000 disadvantaged children; The phone company will launch a 90-day emergency package which lets disadvantaged kids access schoolwork, catch up on lost learning and continue their education if they need to isolate. By, Astrid Hall Nov 18, 2020 450
The Power Of Education. Nov 15, 2020 1504
Future of sixth forms on line in consultation; POST-16 EDUCATION PLANS TO BE STUDIED. GARETH WYN WILLIAMS Local Democracy Reporter Nov 14, 2020 476
Education system in great need of change; VIEWPOINTS Write to: Viewpoints, M.E.N, Mitchell Henry House, Hollinwood Avenue, Oldham, OL9 8EF Or email: Nov 12, 2020 792
Children's mental health important in post-COVID-19 era -Okoroafor-Aneke, education expert. Nov 10, 2020 1703
Right support required for pupils to succeed next year; A decision on whether next summer's exams will run in Wales will be announced next week. Here education consultant Robin Hughes looks at the arguments for and against pupils sitting GCSEs and A-levels in 2021. Nov 5, 2020 842
'There were difficult decisions that clearly needed to be taken' Nick Batchelar was the man who took on Cardiff's education department and turned it around. As he steps down, Education editor Abbie Wightwick asks him about the challenges of the past seven years. Nick Batchelar Nov 4, 2020 1319
Uniform education system. Nov 3, 2020 356
An education-led response to economic difficulties - comment; As Scotland looks to the future and the implementation of the recommendations of the Scottish Government's Advisory Group on Economic Recovery, a two-pronged approach is required. Gill Murray Nov 2, 2020 573
Farewell to education boss, new broom who swept clean. abbie wightwick Education editor Oct 30, 2020 1325
Pearson upped to buy as UBS spies opportunity in US higher education. Oct 27, 2020 350
Options open to finance education and training. PETER RANSCOMBE Oct 23, 2020 1085
Outdoor sites for education in PS2m boost. JOHN ROSS Oct 23, 2020 361
Working together to get it right for students; University is different this year. Hundreds of students are self-isolating in halls and learning has gone largely online across the UK. Students should raise issues if their experience falls short of what was promised, but claiming money back is not the answer, says David Blaney, chief executive of the Higher Education Funding Council for Wales. Oct 22, 2020 996
British education and Muslim alienation. Oct 22, 2020 1225
Teachers' union backs 'circuit breaker' lockdown and extended two-week half term; The National Education Union believe that taking action now will prevent further disruption to the education of children in the future. By, Kara O'Neill Oct 17, 2020 727
Our education system has unfairness in its roots: minister. Shazia Hasan Oct 15, 2020 1118
Government to propose strict winter mock exams to avoid repeating A-level chaos; Education Secretary Gavin Williamson is expected to announce new proposals next week for 2021 summer exams in England. By, Laura Sharman Oct 10, 2020 805
National 5s Scotland cancelled for 2021: how students will be graded and if Highers and Advanced Highers are affected; Education Secretary John Swinney said that undertaking a full exam diet would be "too big a risk to take". Rhona Shennan Oct 8, 2020 612
South Lanarkshire social enterprise gears up for furlough fallout demand; A South Lanarkshire-based social enterprise that bridges the gap between social care and education is gearing up for increased demand following the end of the furlough scheme. Scott Reid Oct 6, 2020 421
Invictus Open House to showcase top quality, accessible education. Oct 2, 2020 1003
Prison budget cuts limiting education for inmates, says report. Oct 1, 2020 404
Invictus Open House to showcase top quality, accessible education. Oct 1, 2020 1003
Schools 'not driving surge in coronavirus' despite infection rise in UK, new study finds; A study by Geneva-based independent educational foundation Insights for Education involved 191 countries and looked into Covid-19 rates after lockdowns and holidays and found no clear link between schools opening and an increase in cases. By, Lorraine King Report Oct 1, 2020 838
IMPACT OF EDUCATION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH ON LABOUR MIGRATION IN THE EUROPEAN UNION. A PANEL DATA ANALYSIS. Istudor, Nicolae; Dinu, Vasile; Gogu, Emilia; Prada, Elena-Maria; Petrescu, Irina-Elena Oct 1, 2020 6303
Scottish Higher Education Minister admits he 'has not seen' modelling that predicted universities outbreaks; The Scottish Minister for Higher Education "has not seen" modelling undertaken by Government advisors that found coronavirus outbreaks on university campuses were "entirely predictable". Conor Marlborough Sep 28, 2020 690
Councillor's tears as she pleads for anti-racism education. Sep 28, 2020 428
John Swinney makes plea to students: 'Stay in your halls' ? Education secretary's appeal applies to those who have also tested negative. CRAIG PATON Sep 28, 2020 446
Students in confinement given support; ? Higher education bosses insist those stuck in their halls will be looked after. KATHRYN WYLIE Sep 26, 2020 537
Country owes debt of gratitude to teachers during pandemic, claims teaching council; EDUCATION. KATHRYN WYLIE Sep 24, 2020 289
'Sham' education debate to stop indyref Bill, stymied by SNP and Green MSPs; An attempt to derail the Scottish Government's plans for another independence referendum bill failed after a "sham" debate on education. Gina Davidson Sep 24, 2020 912
Swinney 'pulling out all stops' on exams; EDUCATION. ADELE MERSON Sep 23, 2020 241
John Swinney: Scottish exams at a 'very real risk' of disruption again next year; The Education Secretary has said that the SQA is already working on contingency plans if the exams are cancelled again. Rachel Mackie Sep 16, 2020 682
Mental health package for school staff in light of pandemic stresses; EDUCATION. Sep 14, 2020 305
KEEP THE FAITH; Education expert reveals how it took 80 years for Catholic schools to achieve their goal. Gordon Blackstock Sep 13, 2020 526
University of Strathclyde spurs fintech forwards with MSc; As the new higher education academic year nears, David Lee assesses the groundbreaking collaborative research work being undertaken by the University of Strathclyde. Sep 10, 2020 1284
Informa knocked to neutral, Pearson and Relx preferred as Goldman highlights education as attractive end market. Sep 8, 2020 526
RGU hails strong showing in new university guide; EDUCATION. BEN HENDRY Sep 7, 2020 203
RGU hits back over 'worst' ranking; EDUCATION. DANIEL BOAL Sep 4, 2020 242
Taiwan's Kinmen County hires 24 foreign ETAs to help with English education. Sep 2, 2020 274
Universities facing reduced deficit as record number of international students expected; Minister for higher and further education, Richard Lochead, told MSPs the situation seemed to be less serious than predicted. Conor Matchett Sep 2, 2020 690
The Question Teacher and the Case for a Therapeutic Turn Within Teacher Education. Keck, Charles S. Sep 1, 2020 9658
Education experts are to take part in online child poverty seminars. Sep 1, 2020 247
Leadership Self-Efficacy and Organizational Commitment of Faculty Members: Higher Education. Almutairi, Yousef Mubrik N. Sep 1, 2020 5498
Poor English exam results reflect teaching quality: education experts. Aug 31, 2020 658
School return plans mired in confusion due to last-minute Tory meddling; Fury is growing at Education Secretary Gavin Williamson after he slipped out critical guidance at midnight on Friday for reopening schools -- a move branded an 'insult'. By, Mikey Smith Aug 31, 2020 932
Education Minister Kirsty Williams says Wales is ready to go back to school; She says the balance of risk is now 'overwhelmingly' in favour of children returning to school. By, Abbie Wightwick Aug 31, 2020 396
Council's education woes are 'extremely worrying' Finances: MSP says local authority has to act quickly after damning report. DAVID MACKAY Aug 28, 2020 381
Mind your language: Critics debate India's new education policy for schools. Sanjay Kumar Aug 27, 2020 926
Ten lawyers selected for higher education in UK. Aug 25, 2020 456
City education guru Sir Ken dies, aged 70. JULIA RAMPEN ECHO Reporter @JULIARAMPENMM Aug 24, 2020 227
Education minister posted snaps of holiday in French Alps as exam fiasco unfolded; Gillian Keegan posted snaps of her hiking, mountain biking and swimming in the French sunshine, even as quarantine rules were tightened on the country. By, Oliver Milne Aug 23, 2020 620
Majority of young people believe the UK education system favours the rich; EXCLUSIVE: A new poll found 55% of 16-18 year olds believe the UK's schools and universities favour the rich over the poor -and just 14% think Boris Johnson's government understand them. By, Mikey Smith Aug 21, 2020 281
Education chief full of praise for pupils; Youngsters helped force U-turn on exams fiasco. Judith Tonner Aug 19, 2020 573
Furious Tories call for Gavin Williamson to be sacked over exam grades U-turn; Education Secretary Gavin Williamson's position has been described by some former Conservative ministers as "completely untenable" -though some predict he will survive until the autumn. By, Ryan Merrifield Aug 18, 2020 673
Sturgeon hypocritical over Swinney and results - Letters; Education Secretary should resign, says reader. Letter to the editor Aug 18, 2020 1800
Parents demand answers on self-isolation schooling; A new parents campaign group is ramping up calls for a national online education platform to ensuring pupils who need to self-isolate as a result of coronavirus won't fall behind. Gina Davidson Aug 17, 2020 718
Tories revolt over A-levels 'shambles' as Boris Johnson ordered to U-turn; A former Tory leader, Education Secretary, Education Committee chief and equalities chief are among those demanding help for thousands of A-level students whose futures have been thrown into jeopardy. By, Dan Bloom Aug 17, 2020 1681
Education Secretary faces calls to quit. Aug 15, 2020 199
Gavin Williamson 'completely out of his depth and should quit' over A-level fiasco; MPs and schoolchildren alike are calling for the Education Secretary to do the decent thing and step down, with fears next week's GCSE results could be similarly bungled. By, Nigel Nelson & Alan Selby Aug 15, 2020 709
Education Secretary faces calls to quit. Aug 15, 2020 199
Education Secretary faces calls to quit. Aug 15, 2020 199
Education Secretary faces calls to quit. Aug 15, 2020 199
Education Secretary faces calls to quit. Aug 15, 2020 199
Education Secretary faces calls to quit. Aug 15, 2020 199
Education Secretary faces calls to quit. Aug 15, 2020 197
Education Secretary faces calls to quit. Aug 15, 2020 199
Education Secretary faces calls to quit. Aug 15, 2020 199
'YOU'RE PROTECTING EXAM BRAND... NOT OUR LEARNERS' CRUCIAL EXAM RESULTS MIRED IN CONTROVERSY Education chiefs from all six N.Wales counties unite to slam Welsh Government over A-level grading that'hit morale and harmed prospects'. STEVE BAGNALL and LIAM RANDALL Aug 14, 2020 762
No pupil to be given lower A level grade than their AS mark; EDUCATION MINISTER'S VOW AS WELSH STUDENTS AWAIT FATE. SARAH HODGSON Daily Post Reporter Aug 13, 2020 635
off the hook; CORONAVIRUS CRISIS Swinney PUTS ON A BRAVE FACE Parties target under-fire Education Secretary but Sturgeon insists her Government has acted with 'humility' on grades crisis. ANDY PHILIP Political Correspondent Aug 13, 2020 601
John Swinney's reputation 'damaged beyond repair' as he wins confidence vote; The reputation of Scotland's embattled Education Secretary has been "damaged irreparably" it was claimed this evening, despite John Swinney defeating a vote of no confidence in Holyrood. Gina Davidson Aug 13, 2020 962
John Swinney: Education secretary's exams results statement in full; The Deputy First Minister has performed a major u-turn on exam results after a week of controversy. Conor Matchett Aug 11, 2020 2892
John Swinney: Teacher estimates expected to be reinstated for exam results; The education secretary's future is on a knife-edge ahead of his statement to parliament today. Conor Matchett Aug 11, 2020 642
John Swinney announcement: what time today the education secretary will make a statement about SQA exams controversy - and how to watch; The Education Secretary will make a statement following outrage after 125,000 pupils had their results downgraded. Sam Shedden Aug 11, 2020 564
Why this education disaster must be John Swinney's last - Richard Leonard; Anticipation, anxiety and excitement were felt by Scotland's pupils awaiting their results last week. Months after lockdown began, these have been difficult times. But there was an immediate collective intake of breath across the country and those feelings turned to anger as the scale and pattern of marks downgraded by the SQA became apparent. A quarter of all marks had been changed from the estimates submitted by teachers with 93 per cent of those marks graded downwards and half of them imposed in the most deprived areas of the country. Richard Leonard Aug 11, 2020 972
John Swinney: the life and career of SNP Education Secretary facing vote of confidence over downgraded SQA exam results; John Swinney has been heavily criticised for his part in the downgrading of school pupils' exam results. Finlay Greig Aug 10, 2020 766
YOU DO THE MATHS; CALLS FOR EDUCATION SECRETARY TO QUIT OVER SCANDAL THIS SCHOOL IN ORNE OF Scotland's most deprived areas had 51% of exam results downgraded in SQA fiasco while its affluent neighbouring area posted some of the best grades in the country. VIVIENNE AITKEN Education Editor Aug 10, 2020 1036
Huge coronavirus study 'to show schools are safe' -but it's not published yet; Tory Education Secretary Gavin Williamson has taken the rare step of bigging up an unpublished study on coronavirus in schools -but we won't know what it says until later this year. By, Dan Bloom Aug 10, 2020 1223
You failed our school kids.. and it's utterly unforgivable; FORMER EDUCATION SECRETARY CALLS ON SWINNEY TO QUIT IF HE CAN'T FIX EXAM GRADES SCANDAL Ex-FM calls for action as poorer areas marked down. John Ferguson / Political Editor Aug 9, 2020 1085
Swinney faces no confidence motion from Labour and Tories despite evidence being based on 'meaningless date'; However, the Scottish Conservatives have said they will back a no confidence motion in the education secretary next week. Conor Matchett Aug 7, 2020 996
Rosemary Gallagher: Citizenship education can create resilience; Why transformative education could be key to making Scotland a more sustainable country for the long term. Rosemary Gallagher Aug 3, 2020 594
Language Anxiety in Focus: The Case of Filipino Undergraduate Teacher Education Learners. Jugo, Rhodora R. Jul 31, 2020 6384
Education jobs available in Warwickshire right now; Are you an educator looking for your next opportunity to enlighten the minds of young people? The read on... By, Russ Taylerson Jul 31, 2020 879
A recovery led by education will help us build back better - Dr Siobhan Jordan; We are in a rare moment where change is possible, says Dr Siobhan Jordan. Dr Siobhan Jordan Jul 24, 2020 641
John Swinney to make a statement on Scotland's schools reopening; The Scottish Tories have called for the Education Secretary to direct local councils to open schools full time. Rachel Mackie Jul 23, 2020 727
August reopening for Scottish schools 'not a done deal', warns education chief; He warned that teaching unions would strongly oppose the reopening. Conor Marlborough Jul 19, 2020 592
Education secretary: Black lives will matter in Scottish schools. Mark aitken POLITICAL EDITOR Jul 19, 2020 551
Education secretary: Black lives will matter in Scottish schools. Mark aitken POLITICAL EDITOR Jul 19, 2020 561
Outrage as authority reveals PS936-per-day bill for education boss; Headhunted top officer's deal is 'a kick in the teeth'. SUSY MACAULAY Jul 17, 2020 796
Government announces membership of race commission promised by Boris Johnson; The panel will be chaired by Dr Tony Sewell, head of education charity Generating Genius. By, Mikey Smith Jul 16, 2020 601
Of boundaries and bubbles... Chair of the Association of Education Advisers and former Tyneside headteacher LES WALTON on the messages from the association's conference last week. LES WALTON Conference news Jul 14, 2020 685
'We will do our best to reopen our schools' After the Welsh Government this week said schools will fully reopen to all pupils in September, we asked headteachers for their thoughts on the move. This is what they told our education editor Abbie Wightwick... Jul 11, 2020 1725
'We will do our best to implement this... but there are many potential barriers ahead' After the Welsh Government this week said schools will fully reopen to all pupils in September, we asked headteachers for their thoughts on the move. This is what they told our education editor, Abbie Wightwick... hers s. Jul 11, 2020 1714
Bad Education review: Hugh Jackman delivers 'layered' and 'sympathetic' film villain; Cory Finley directs Hugh Jackman and Allison Janney in a comedic but empathetic true story of financial abuse and corruption. By, Lewis Knight Jul 10, 2020 591
Free tuition for EU students to be pulled from next year; EDUCATION. CALUM ROSS Jul 10, 2020 353
West Indies great Holding says education is key to stamping out racism. Jul 9, 2020 538
Nine hundred more teachers and teaching assistants to be recruited in Welsh schools becuse of coronavirus; The [pounds sterling]29 million for extra teaching staff is to help those whose education has been hardest hit by the pandemic disruption. By, Ryan O'Neill Jul 9, 2020 408
RM rallies as education systems start to reopen. Jul 8, 2020 2788
Estyn to publish report outlining the impact of lockdown on education. ABBIE WIGHTWICK Education editor Jul 6, 2020 884
COVID-19 won't hinder education of Nigerian students -UK minister assures. Jul 2, 2020 202
It's time to embrace green space and show that learning is great outdoors - Rachel Cowper and Deryck Irving; Moving education outdoors would be beneficial to childhood health and wellbeing and ease the pressure on indoor setttings, write Rachel Cowper and Deryck Irving. Rachel Cowper & Deryck Irving Jul 2, 2020 768
Collaborative teaching in mainstream schools: Research with general education and support teachers. Ghedin, Elisabetta; Aquario, Debora Report Jul 1, 2020 9765
Schools set for a return to fulltime education. JUDITH TONNER Jul 1, 2020 604
City School to revolutionise education through AI technology. Jul 1, 2020 392
Bibliometric and Collaborative Network Analysis on Active Methodologies in Education. Segura-Robles, Adrian; Parra-Gonzalez, Maria Elena; Gallardo-Vigil, Miguel Angel Jul 1, 2020 5925
A Comparison of Strategies to Improve Population Diets: Government Policy versus Education and Advice. Temple, Norman J. Jun 30, 2020 5411
Mixed messages and public rows that left parents confused over schools' reopening; As schools reopen their doors today after three months of lockdown, education editor Abbie Wightwick looks back at the often tumultuous journey that has led to the return of children to Wales' classrooms. Jun 29, 2020 2551
The mixed messages and Welsh parents confused public rows that have left over reopening of schools; As schools reopen their doors today after three months of lockdown, education editor Abbie Wightwick looks back at the often tumultuous journey that has led to the return of children to Wales' classrooms. Jun 29, 2020 2606
Primary and secondary schools in England will have full class sizes in September; The new was confirmed by the Education Secretary. By, Cathy Owen Jun 29, 2020 257
Failure to find consensus is detrimental to children; Everyone must pull together to ensure children's education doesn't suffer any more as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, says Gareth Evans, director of education policy at Yr Athrofa: Institute of Education at University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD). Jun 25, 2020 820
Most schools in Wales will now only have one week for October half term; Education Minister Kirsty Williams said schools not opening for four weeks this term will have the traditional one-week half term in October. By, Abbie Wightwick Jun 25, 2020 318
Pires Investments to Receive Fund Distribution from SVV's VR Education. Jun 24, 2020 353
Pires Investments to Receive Fund Distribution from SVV's VR Education. Jun 24, 2020 382
Children's tsar warns of 'crisis in education'. abbie wightwick Education editor Jun 24, 2020 637
Lockdown a greater health risk to our children than Covid-19, doctors tell education minister. abbie wightwick Education editor Jun 24, 2020 866
Children's tsar warns of 'crisis in education'. ABBIE WIGHTWICK Education editor Jun 24, 2020 640
Lockdown a greater health than Covid-19, doctors tell risk to our children education' minister. ABBIE WIGHTWICK Education editor Jun 24, 2020 897
Swinney to face MSPs on back to school proposals; EDUCATION. Jun 23, 2020 419
Every child deserves education, says ex-British PM Brown. Jun 23, 2020 674
Preparations begin in North Yorkshire to help students catch-up on missed education; Primary and secondary schools in North Yorkshire will be looking at how they will be implementing catch-up education over the next few weeks, following the Government's announcement of funding for extra tuition. Sue Wilkinson Jun 23, 2020 355
Institutional Academic Assessment and Effectiveness in Higher Education: A Saudi Arabia Case Study. Alghamdi, Amani K. Hamdan; Alotaibi, Ghazi; Ibrahim, Osama Case study Jun 22, 2020 8882
Education ministry approves US, UK varsity programmes in Doha beginning fall 2020. Jun 22, 2020 507
Blended learning will make the attainment gap FIVE times worse; WARNINGS OF EDUCATION DISASTER Experts fear 'catastrophic' plan to reopen schools. LAURA PATERSON Jun 22, 2020 471
Scottish Tories call for 'confusion' over timetable to be fixed; EDUCATION. TOM PETERKIN POLITICAL EDITOR Jun 22, 2020 338
WEBCHAT; Children in Wales getting less education at home than other parts of UK. Jun 19, 2020 316
Call for higher education funding model overhaul; UNIVERSITIES. JAMES WYLLIE Jun 19, 2020 332
Boris announces [pounds sterling]1bn for children to catch up lost education; The cash will be used for extra lessons and free personal tuition in England. By, Neil Shaw Jun 19, 2020 563
'All hands on deck for education'. JACK MCCONNELL FORMER FIRST MINISTER Jun 16, 2020 628
Education City Stadium becomes 3rd completed Qatar 2022 venue. Jun 15, 2020 561
John Swinney: Scottish schools to keep 2m distancing to continue "reducing prevalence" of coronavirus; The two-metre social-distancing rules will not be dropped in schools - despite "no evidence" of coronavirus spreading in education hubs, John Swinney has said. Scotsman reporter Jun 15, 2020 644
Signs in schools will warn against hugging; EDUCATION. DEREK HEALEY Jun 13, 2020 566
Foundations continue to be laid for education overhaul; Councillors tell of the progress made on region's 'biggest schools reorganisation' yet. ELGAN HEARN Local Democracy Reporter Jun 12, 2020 353
Council education boss: Why I'm sending my kids back to school...but I fully support parents that choose not to. JEZ HEMMING Local Democracy Reporter Jun 9, 2020 477

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