PODCASTS

AQA’s GCSE and A level blunders

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Exam board publicly rebuked by Ofqual for repeating a question from specimen materials in a GCSE exam and marking failures at A level

Catherine Lough
15 Oct 2019

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Hard-to-fill teaching roles

Not all roles are equal, especially because some are harder to fill than others. We tackle the tricky problem of teacher recruitment for a post that’s difficult to fill

Grainne Hallahan
15 Oct 2019

England's heads 'the most data-driven'

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School leaders in England are the most likely to use data to judge teachers' performance and set pupils by ability, according to Pisa analysis

Catherine Lough
15 Oct 2019

Extinction Rebellion: Should teachers get involved?

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Teachers are quitting their jobs to campaign full-time for environmental campaign group Extinction Rebellion, which is running a fortnight of climate change protests in London. What are the pros and cons of taking part?

Dave Speck
11 Oct 2019

Teachers urged to quit their jobs to 'save the planet'

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Teacher who quit his £39,000-a-year job last term to dedicate more time to the Extinction Rebellion movement is urging others to join him - and calls on pupils 'to go on strike' and refuse to sit GCSEs and A levels

Dave Speck
8 Oct 2019