A study conducted by the University of Nottingham has revealed that almost half of female teachers have experienced discrimination at work.
As reported by Tes, academics from the University of Nottingham surveyed 356 leaders in education as part of a study of the impact of #WomenEd - a social media-based network for women in education.
It found that 48 per cent of 171 participating in the research had reported being the victims of discrimination.
Twenty-two per cent reported being a victim of sex discrimination, the most common, and 18 per cent had experienced age discrimination.
Other acts of discrimination reported included race (four per cent), disability (five per cent), and sexual orientation (two per cent).
Majority of respondents to the research were women (95 per cent).
The Environment Agency has launched a competition for north east schools to design a new logo for the region's Flood Wardens.
More than half (53%) of Brits now believe that learning coding in school is just as important as learning a foreign language, such as French or Spanish.
New figures from PHE's National Child Measurement Programme (NCMP) have shown that obesity has risen for the second year in a row in reception year children in 2016 to 2017.
A new postgraduate teaching apprenticeship has been announced which aims to offer talented graduates an alternative route into the profession.
ONVU Technologies has launched its new 360o classroom self-review tool, LessonVU, which aims to help teachers maximise learning.
Despite phones, tablets and other forms of digital technology becoming more prominent in daily life and education, handwriting remains a crucial skill for primary age children.
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