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Useful education links for July 11th through August 8th

Tweet These are the education links we found interesting between July 11th and August 8th: How our school leavers fare – by school and by postcode| TheDetail.tv – Academics’ bin diving ’caused by zero-hours contracts’ | News | Times Higher … Continue reading

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Help Me Investigate Education are looking for a new editor

TweetWe’re looking for a new editor to help run Help Me Investigate Education, as I have a new job following my work on the website. Over the early months of this year we have explored education issues that have been at the forefront … Continue reading

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Useful education links for June 6th through July 5th

Tweet These are the education links we found interesting between June 6th and July 5th: Education ministry gives go-ahead to two-thirds of Christian faith schools – But only one in five Islamic and Hindu schools approved, say DfE figures released … Continue reading

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Useful education links from 17th-24th May

Tweet These are some of the education stories we found interesting between the 26th April and 17th-24th May 2013.  More than 300,000 children missing school every day  (The Telegraph) More than 300,000 school children miss school every day according to … Continue reading

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Useful education links for April 23rd through May 21st

Tweet These are the education links we found interesting between April 23rd and May 21st: Academy chains decide where children go to school | Education | The Guardian – Academy critics say the underlying issue is that trusts are allowed … Continue reading

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Useful education links for 3rd-10th May

TweetThese are some of the education stories we found interesting between the May 3rd-10th 2013. Michael Gove attacks ‘infantilisation’ of school curriculum which encourages pupils to compare Nazis to Mr Men (The Independent) Education Secretary Michael Gove attacked the school … Continue reading

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MAPPED: How many hours do children spend at school around the world?

Tweet Recently proposed reforms could allow UK state schools to stay open until 4:30pm each day with pupils taking shorter, four-week summer holidays to spend more time in the classroom. We’ve mapped the amount of hours pupils across the world spend … Continue reading

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Useful education links for April 13th through April 22nd

TweetThese are the education links we found interesting between April 13th and April 22nd: Suffolk teachers take time off over stress of Ofsted visits – Telegraph – The statistics have been released by Suffolk County Council following a Freedom of … Continue reading

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Useful education links for the last week

These are some of the education stories we found interesting between the 13th and 19th April 2013.

Pupils may get congratulations from David Willetts, the Universities Minister (The Times) – Bright pupils from poor backgrounds could soon receive a letter from ministers encouraging them to apply for university. Continue reading

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Useful education links for April 2nd through April 13th

TweetThese are the education links we found interesting between April 2nd and April 13th: Primary school pupils face rise in large classes – In 1998 Labour made it illegal for class sizes to go beyond 30 for children aged four … Continue reading

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Useful education links for 4th April-12th April

Tweet These are some of the education stories we found interesting between the 4th and 12th April 2013. Donations to UK universities from alumni reach record levels (The Guardian) The Guardian reported this week that British universities have received the … Continue reading

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Useful education links for March 4th through March 28th

Tweet These are the education links we found interesting between March 4th and March 28th: Next Steps Taken for data.ac.uk… | OUseful.Info, the blog… – A new unveiling this week was the HE equipment register (which I think grew out … Continue reading

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