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A quarter of teens don’t know what to do after compulsory education, survey finds

5th August 2015 13:06

A recent survey, carried out by notgoingtouni.com, has revealed that more than 80,000 young people, aged between 15 and 18, do not know what they want to do after they leave compulsory education. The survey also discovered that less than 25 per cent are considering… Read more...


Research reveals the annual cost of sending a child through private education

20th July 2015 16:54

A recent study has revealed that it costs approximately £286,000 to put a child through private education for the full 14 years. The research showed that the average annual fee for private education currently stands at £13,194 and boarding fees… Read more...


Over 50 per cent of students agree university is worth the cost, survey finds

22nd June 2015 18:52

A recent survey by BBC Radio 5 Live has indicated that more than 50 per cent of students believe that their university course was a good value for money. On the other hand approximately 40 per cent disagreed. The BBC survey also highlighted a variation in… Read more...


Experience working or studying abroad most common business leader characteristic

18th June 2015 16:17

A recent study by the British Council – which surveyed 1,709 professional leaders from 30 different countries - has discovered that a degree in social science and experience of studying or working abroad are the two most common characteristics of business… Read more...


Rising number of children reading for fun, National Literacy Trust survey finds

30th June 2015 14:24

An annual survey, commissioned by The National Literacy Trust, has revealed that a rising number of children are reading for fun, with a notable increase in the number of children reading daily. The survey revealed that the enjoyment and frequency of children… Read more...


Following the Conservative's general election victory, 43 per cent of teachers are less likely to stay in education

1st June 2015 13:54

A recent study conducted by DJS Research’s education arm, VoicED, has discovered that two fifths (43.1 per cent) of teachers are less likely to stay in their current role in education, as a result of the Conservative party's General Election win… Read more...


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