Children often aren’t aware of how much has been lost in recent generations.
More hours of teaching might benefit children’s recovery in the short term but put teachers under dangerous pressure.
Inclusive education has been promoted since the 1970s. But research shows children with disabilities are still excluded from school activities and sports in particular
A one-off premium for moving to a challenging school, or another part of the country, is a lacklustre response to a big shortage. It’s also been tried before.
Universities are responsible for the majority of teacher training and eduation in England. The government is set on shifting the focus to schools
The way students have been marked has changed, but that doesn’t mean they don’t deserve their grades.
The pandemic completely disrupted normal school life. Being part of a multi-academies enabled schools to support their pupils, their staff and their communities.
Women are often drawn to teaching because of the supposed life-work balance. Extreme workloads and inflexible school structures means too many quit early.
From nursery closures to families self-isolating, COVID has disrupted children’s access to pre-school care. This impacts their development, and their parents’ ability to work
Academic progress seems to be the government’s primary concern. But school pupils have experienced lockdown learning – and losses – in a myriad ways
Phones have the potential to help children learn, but UK teachers need evidence-based guidance on phone use in schools
In focusing on the socio-economic roots of underachievement, the UK government is side-stepping how institutional racism impacts on learning. Schools have a vital role to play in undoing this
In the absence of explicit national legislation against hair-based discrimination, young people are demanding fairer rules - and a culture shift.
We heard the views of 211 primary school staff in Wales on the return to school.
Exam revision and parties are a traditional part of growing up.
Children in classrooms – particularly in disadvantaged areas – are already feeling the very real effects of funding cuts.
A new report has found funding shortfalls are forcing schools to make difficult decisions about which pupils get support.
Based on the current body of evidence, the use of coloured filters should not be recommended as a dyslexia treatment, nor be provided through publicly funded bodies.
New research shows that extra-curricular activities do more to help close the attainment gap between richer and poorer pupils than nebulous lessons in ‘character’.
Forest School helps children learn without realising it.