Cheating is on the rise – and not just among pupils. Will Hazell meets Sir John Dunford, the heads’ union veteran leading the fight against exam malpractice, to discuss why he’ll be knocking on...
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Lots of planning time, no marking and lessons that involve making pancakes and pretend auctions. It’s all in a day’s work for this English teacher in South Korea
Tying apprenticeships to academic levels complicates matters, write Euan Blair and Sophie Adelman. Here, they set out their vision to make apprenticeships easier to understand and more employer...
The thought of being monitored strikes fear into the heart of a many a teacher – but it doesn’t have to be this way. Close observation shouldn’t be seen as a negative Ofsted box-ticking exercise; it...
A common source of anxiety among members of staff who are not part of the senior leadership team can be avoided by fostering more reciprocal working relationships, finds Elliot Douglas
Schools need to tackle narrow ideas about gender in the classroom that are damaging both to students’ education and life chances, argues Ruth Golding
The enrolment of thousands of new learners inevitably brings high levels of confusion, writes Tom Starkey – it’s not unusual for beauty students to be directed to a butchery class
The former England cricket captain is still bowled over when she thinks about the incredible role that her PE teacher played in her sporting career
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Assessment should be about getting better information for pupils, teachers and parents, not holding schools to account, the academic tells Kate Townshend, but change may be a long way off
England might not be at the top of the global rankings just yet, but it is having the most important conversation in international education, writes Matt Hood. While the debate elsewhere is led by...
The sighting of a monster from the deep on a school trip to the seaside proved to be a pivotal moment in Steve Eddison’s teaching career
Schools all know transition is a tricky area, but how many are getting the basics right? Kat Arney looked at the research and spoke to several schools to find out what really works
For victims of modern slavery, the scars of mental and physical suffering run deep. Rehabilitation and reintegration into society can be a long process, but one college in Barnsley is now helping to...
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