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  • New School Options For a New Era
    New School Options For a New Era 30.11.22

    Some of these may or may not have been part of your own education environment growing up. They are becoming factors in almost every education community around the world. Online/virtual This is the way of the future, with full online…

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  • Top 10+ factors to consider when choosing Online Schools
    Top 10+ factors to consider when choosing Online Schools 29.11.22

    One of the benefits of the pandemic and the online learning that was undertaken is every parent now has a much deeper view of their child and how they learn. Most parents didn’t have much visibility into their child’s learning…

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  • Students call for cap on Glasgow University population
    Students call for cap on Glasgow University population 27.11.22

    The University of Glasgow’s student council is calling for a cap on numbers over claims the student population has grown 40% in just five years. It said 10,000 additional students had put a strain on accommodation and was damaging their…

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  • Blind and partially sighted students ‘locked out of post-16 education,’ says report
    Blind and partially sighted students ‘locked out of post-16 education,’ says report 25.11.22

    One visually impaired student described how ‘many young people have lost faith in the education system’ Blind and visually impaired young people are being ‘locked out’ of college due to a ‘fragmented and unreliable system of support’ for those leaving…

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  • New Head at Old Buckenham Hall School
    New Head at Old Buckenham Hall School 23.11.22

    Old Buckenham Hall School is delighted to announce the appointment of James Large as the new Head with effect from September 2023. “It is with great pleasure that I write to introduce myself, having accepted the role of Head from…

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  • Scottish teacher pay strike: 24 hours to avert action
    Scottish teacher pay strike: 24 hours to avert action 21.11.22

    Scotland’s biggest teachers’ union has set out the timeline it is working to, including the last moment the government could table a fresh pay offer. Teacher strike action over pay will go ahead in Scotland on Thursday unless “a substantially…

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  • 20.11.22

    . Two-fifths of EU population with tertiary education In 2021, just over two-fifths (41.2%) of the EU population aged 25–34 years had a tertiary level of educational attainment (ISCED levels 5–8). Of the 240 NUTS level 2 regions for which…

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  • Misconceptions About Higher Education Abroad
    Misconceptions About Higher Education Abroad 18.11.22

    Due to the sheer disparity in educational facilities and standards that have traditionally existed between developing and developed countries, higher education mobility has been unidirectional — from developing to developed. The advantages of studying abroad are numerous: from higher-quality education…

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  •  Primary and secondary teacher education opportunity for graduates
     Primary and secondary teacher education opportunity for graduates 16.11.22

    The Scottish Boarders Council are looking to hear from graduates currently living in the Borders who would be interested gaining a qualification that would allow them to gain GTCS registration as a primary or secondary teacher The opportunity is being…

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