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  • UK boosts girls’ access to education in the Democratic Republic of Congo
    UK boosts girls’ access to education in the Democratic Republic of Congo 20.03.23

    Minister for Development and Africa, Andrew Mitchell, launches a new programme to support 60,000 children to access education in the Kasai province in the DRC. new UK programme to increase girls’ access to education in Kasai, one of the Democratic…

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  • Rishi Sunak’s ‘maths until 18’ plan questioned by experts
    Rishi Sunak’s ‘maths until 18’ plan questioned by experts 19.02.23

    The prime minister’s idea for all pupils in England to study some form of maths up until the age of 18 would be challenging to implement, experts say. A panel of specialists told the Education select committee they broadly support…

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  • How to help children with speech and language difficulties
    How to help children with speech and language difficulties 17.02.23

    According to research, around 1.7 million children are struggling to talk and understand words – so how can teachers help in the classroom? Jane Harris, chief executive of Speech and Language UK, shares her advice. 1.7 million: that’s how many…

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  • Encourage Digital Athletes
    Encourage Digital Athletes 15.02.23

    Lenovo’s Esports solution unlocks a world of diverse potential to harness your students’ passion and train new skills As with any competitive sport, Esports gaming helps students develop discipline, teaching new skills and building engaged communities. But more than others,…

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  • Education suspended in all schools in Turkey until Feb 20 across country
    Education suspended in all schools in Turkey until Feb 20 across country 13.02.23

    Education in preschools and primary, secondary and high schools has been suspended until Feb. 20, while the opening of the spring semester of higher education has been postponed indefinitely. Thousands of students, teachers and educational staff from all over the…

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  • ‘Significant’ funding rate increase for some adult education courses
    ‘Significant’ funding rate increase for some adult education courses 05.02.23

    ESFA-funded ‘priority’ subjects receive uplifts but it’s not good news for functional skills English and maths Increased funding rates for “priority” adult education courses have been revealed by the Education and Skills Funding Agency. But functional skills courses in English…

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  • Institute for Water Education
    Institute for Water Education 03.02.23

    Water poses a serious challenge to every part of the world. Too many people remain without access to water and sanitation. This makes their lives difficult: their health suffers, and prosperity remains out of reach. Increasingly frequent and severe droughts…

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  • How to Manage the Strange Teacher Shame Surrounding Strikes
    How to Manage the Strange Teacher Shame Surrounding Strikes 01.02.23

    “As emotions run high around strikes, we must remember the staffroom is a place to celebrate and nurture our collective purpose. My college stands opposite a Royal Mail sorting office and a train station. I have seen plenty of pickets…

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  • Ofsted Chief Calls for Reversal of Declining Early Years Apprenticeships
    Ofsted Chief Calls for Reversal of Declining Early Years Apprenticeships 30.01.23

    Amanda Spielman warns that using apprentices to replace experienced early years practitioners isn’t fair to learners or children. More must be done to address falling apprenticeship starts in early years providers amid the sector’s staffing crisis, Ofsted’s chief has said….

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