Polish schools will most probably remain closed until the end of June, when children start summer holidays, government spokesman Piotr Muller told public radio on … Read more
Teachers are at greater risk of contracting coronavirus from their colleagues than from schoolchildren, the British government’s chief pandemic modeller has suggested.
Professor Graham Medley, … Read more
University students in England will still have to pay full tuition fees even if their courses are taught online in the autumn, the government has … Read more
Schoolchildren in England will not all return to lessons at the same time, the education secretary has confirmed, in a strong hint that many will … Read more
Some 62,000 new teachers are to be hired in the Italian public education system, according to a call published in the Official Gazette on Tuesday.… Read more
The International Federation of the Red Cross (IFRC), UNICEF and the World Health Organization (WHO) today issued new guidance to help protect children and schools … Read more
More than 290 million students worldwide faced weeks at home on Thursday with Italy the latest country to shut schools over the deadly new coronavirus, … Read more
Thousands of children will benefit from more sports activities after school and in the school holidays through a £1.6 million funding boost to help schools … Read more
Trials of pioneering technology to help disabled pupils in the classroom will take place across the country in the first programme of its kind in … Read more
Developing business English skills is about learning to work smarter. It encompasses more than basic grammar and vocabulary skills. Partaking in situation-appropriate interaction, understanding context … Read more
Schools and colleges from across the UK have been added to Microsoft’s showcase teaching programme, which uses technology to help students learn.
Four new colleges … Read more
The Dutch are the most proficient English speakers in the world, a global study of English skills has found.
Swedish education company used an online … Read more
The UK government is backing a multi-million-pound initiative to help researchers improve artificial intelligence so it can be used more effectively in key areas such … Read more
Risk that third of EU undergrads at UK universities could be forced to return home before completing their courses under no-deal Brexit
Top universities have warned that no-deal Brexit immigration plans are a “major own goal”, because they will force over a third of EU undergraduates to … Read more
Education Minister Lorenzo Fioramonti this week considered removing crucifixes from schoolrooms to underline their secular nature, sparking a huge row.
“I believe in a secular … Read more
‘Some 37 million of the children who are currently out of school live in areas affected by crisis and conflict. The fact that these children … Read more
New data published by the United Nations cultural agency, reveals that without taking urgent measures, around 12 million young children will never set foot inside … Read more
More than 500 educators from across the UK who use technology to help students learn have been named Microsoft Innovative Educator Experts.
A total of … Read more
A study has found for the first time that thousands of teenagers in the UK are risking their health by using powerful illicit prescription drugs … Read more
UK: 30% of teachers and 11% of teaching support staff say they have suffered sexually inappropriate behaviour
The Guardian reports that more than one in 10 teaching support staff say they have experienced sexually inappropriate behaviour from pupils. The finding has triggered … Read more
The Faculty of Social Wellbeing of the University of Malta announced that Mr. Pete Harris from Newman University will be holding a public lecture at … Read more
Our communities are living creatures, morphing endlessly to reflect the life within them. As we change, so do the societies we inhabit, swiftly and obediently. … Read more