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Parents stressed by childrens’ exams, survey finds
29th March 2017 13:05
Parents stressed by childrens’ exams, survey finds: A recent survey has revealed that children are not the only ones who feel stressed around exam season, with parents admitting that they too feel the strain of their child’s revision schedule… Read more...
Survey reveals many teachers would feel more secure wearing a bodycam
15th February 2017 15:49
Survey reveals many teachers would feel more secure wearing a bodycam: A recent survey of the education sector has revealed that two thirds of staff within schools would feel safer if they were to wear a bodycam at all times, to monitor and provide evidence… Read more...
Glaring differences in education and working progress between ethnic groups
28th December 2016 11:50
New research carried out by the Social Mobility Commission suggests that there are ‘stark differences’ in progress between ethnic groups in terms of their route through education and in to work. Whilst poorer white boys are the least likely group… Read more...
Survey finds some students consider illicit means of funding university life
23rd November 2016 11:22
Survey finds some students consider illicit means of funding university life: According to a recent survey conducted by Debut, a careers application for graduates, a significant number of university students have considered illegitimate means of funding their… Read more...
Government’s sex and relationships material is not being taught in Scottish classrooms
3rd October 2016 17:01
Government’s sex and relationships material is not being taught in Scottish classrooms: According to the Time for Inclusive Education (TIE) campaign, in a survey of approximately 500 teachers in Scotland, the vast majority admitted to not being aware… Read more...
British parents among least likely to save for their children’s tuition
11th November 2016 11:27
British parents among least likely to save for their children’s tuition: According to a worldwide survey commissioned by HSBC, British parents are among the least likely to save money to help fund their child’s education. In comparison to Indonesia… Read more...