Heads of leading Universities across Britain are lobbying the government into making graduates pay back their student loan earlier. How are they planning on doing this?
The difference between a good and a bad grade can determine a student’s life. A marking mistake can not only limit one’s future in terms of education but also employment. However, it is well know that both GCSE and A-level students have suffered from marking inaccuracies. Due to its possible lifelong impact, this is an issue that must not be taken lightly!
The Government are set to unveil a new strategy for school PE in the next few days which could release between £100 and £150 million pounds towards school sport.
World Book Day 2013 aims to combat the trend of 'easy reading' among teens through the launch of a new App, World Book Day YA.
Varied reactions from educators and academics have emerged with the proposition of a new history curriculum.
Schools to be given annual report cards with the introduction of the School Data Dashboard.
There was widespread disappointment last week after the high court ruled the measures taken by the exam authorities last summer to increase the grade boundaries were lawful.
Horsemeat found in 47 Lancashire schools prompts the reassessment of the quality of school dinners.
Labour has branded the government’s decision to abandon sweeping reforms to the GCSE exams as “humiliating”.
A historic debate in the House of Commons has resulted in the Votes at 16 campaign recieving national press.