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Originally published in TES magazine on 8 March, 2013 by Richard Vaughan The number of English-speaking teachers working in international schools has topped 300,000 for the first time, with that number expected to grow to more than half a million in the next 10 years, new figures have revealed. Strong economies,… read full article »
Originally published in TES magazine on 1 March 2013 by Stephen Exley Teachers work more overtime than any other public sector workers, equating to £7 billion of free labour for schools a year, according to an analysis of official statistics carried out by the Trades Union Congress (TUC). The study reveals… read full article »
Originally published in TES magazine on 22 February, 2013 by Irena Barker It has been a staple of private education for more than 100 years, with young children competing in a series of gruelling tests for places at some of the UK’s most prestigious schools. But the Common Entrance exam –… read full article »
Originally published in TES magazine on 15 February 2013 by William Stewart The government is pushing ahead on key elements of its GCSE reforms despite being told that they have very limited backing and are widely opposed in education, TES can reveal. Last week, Michael Gove sought to portray himself as… read full article »
Originally published in TES magazine on 8 February, 2013 by Richard Vaughan and Kerra Maddern Primary school headteachers are failing to provide pupils with high- quality PE and sports skills and are instead happy to just see children “running around, making lots of noise”, the head of UK Sport has… read full article »