According to Pisa’s Students’ Well-being report, which collected data from 48 countries, the UK is ranked 38th for having the most unhappy pupils.
According to a survey by the National Union of Teachers, just over half of teachers aged under 35 plan on staying in the profession for more than five years.
At an annual conference in Manchester, the NASUWT teachers’ union heard that regulation is needed in order to stem exploitation of staff and the cost to the taxpayer.
According to research by the NASUWT union, more than half of women feel “generally or very pessimistic” about their future in teaching.
Around 64,000 AQA examiners have had their personal details stolen by hackers from the exam board’s online systems.
The Association of Teachers and Lecturers has voted in favour of looking into shunning all primary assessment.
According to union NASUWT, the majority of UK schools have no guidelines in place to support teachers who receive online abuse from parents and pupil.
A third of heads have said that the funding they get for poorer pupils is being used to fill spaces in their school’s budget, research shows.
Thousands of new school places will be created across the country following the largest wave of free schools approvals
Education secretary Justine Greening has announced that Professor Julius Weinburg will be the next chair for schools regulator Ofsted.
Parents in parts of London who use a car to do the school run may be fined in a bid to improve air pollution and safety, the Standard has reported.
Twenty-two per cent of education staff believes that pupils have been subjected to hate crime or hate speech while at school in the last academic year.
According to The Good Teacher Training Guide 2017, trainee teachers on school-led courses are more likely to start a career in teaching.
Four new members have been appointed to the Ofqual board.
Statistics provided by the Ministry of Justice show that more than 100 parents are being prosecuted per school day for children being absent from school without permission.
According to figures from TeachVac, a company which helps teachers search for jobs, primary schools are having to re-advertise head teacher roles.
Schools are having to cut spending on books and equipment because of a lack of school funds, a survey has showed.
The road safety charity Brake has set up a road safety poster competition for primary schools in a bid to highlight the importance of road safety.
Schools can now download and use a ‘good provider’ or ‘outstanding provider’ logo to display their official ratings.
Schools in Southport, Suffolk, London, County Durham, Hertfordshire and West Sussex will share a pot of £1.2 million to become new research hubs.
According to a survey carried out by YouGov, more than two thirds of employers and the public are unaware of the new 9 to 1 GCSE grading system.
Academy trusts and schools with over 250 workers have one year to publish their gender pay gap data, following new rules.
According to a survey carried out by PlanBee, a teaching resource website, changes to primary assessment last year significantly increased the workload of teachers.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is proposing that free school meals be available to all primary school pupils in England.
Research carried out by Studytracks has revealed that pupils are finding exam seasons increasingly more stressful.
With tight budgets, cuts and stretched resources the lighting within educational establishments may not appear to be a top priority.
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