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Three recommendations for designing and selecting effective professional development. Clear and actionable recommendations for teachers on a range of high-priority issues, based on the best available evidence. Find opportunities to make a positive contribution to the future of Scotland’s children and young people. Benchmarks have been developed to provide clarity on the national standards expected within each curriculum area at each level. A suite of quality indicators that support staff in all sectors to look inwards, to scrutinise their work and evaluate what is working well for learners and what could be better. The Scottish Attainment Challenge aims to raise the attainment of children and young people living in deprived areas, in order to close the equity gap.

The Food for Thought Education Fund gives financial support to develop Food and Health as a context for learning. Our latest impact metrics reflect the power of research that is open for all. Thanks to our authors, reviewers, and editors for accelerating scientific discovery and developing the solutions we need for healthy lives on a healthy planet. New students, listen up, here’s what you need to know about university essays and assessments. Research from around the world showed how much children’s activity levels dropped during lockdowns. Only one in three of the children in our research project did their schoolwork on a laptop or computer.

Help and advice for pupils and parents on a range of and personal issues is available on nidirect, the government website for he public. How evidence is informing the design of girls’ clubs in Rwanda Improving learning outcomes for girls requires gender-sensitive, participatory, and context-driven solutions. In this commentary, we reflect on the results of a recent baseline analysis conducted for our latest pilot intervention under the Building Learning Foundations Programme – the launch of girls’ clubs in Rwanda. Our research is outward-facing, with projects that are transformative not just in the research field, but for governments, charities, industry and all levels of the educational sector. From innovations in teaching, learning, and research, to stories about our members’ achievements and their coverage in mainstream and specialist media, discover all our latest activities on our news pages.

Programmes to promote the FE teaching profession and attract new teachers through different pathways. Strategy, framework and learning modules to develop the use of technology in teaching and assessment. Improving the quality of teaching and leadership in the Further Education and Training sector.

The cookie is used to support Cloudfare Bot Management.bcookie2 yearsThis cookie is set by LinkedIn. Guidance and support for all EA staff including teachers and those working in schools. HM Inspectors visited schools and other settings between November and December 2021 to evaluate the impact of the pandemic on school’s improvement and recovery priorities. You can report concerns about extremism related to education settings in England, including allegations about institutions, staff and external people or organisations trying to influence settings. We are an open and friendly department, committed to excellence in research and teaching.

This afternoon , we have received confirmation that Translink and Unite the Union and GMB Bus Driver Trade Unions have reached an agreement which means that strike action scheduled to take place from Tuesday 17 May – Monday 23 May 2022 will not go ahead. Stay informed of the latest educational developments with a variety of subjects and specialisms to choose from. If you are raising a concern about the safety or wellbeing of a child, please contact police or social work, who will investigate the concern. A range of support to assist in the preparation, planning and delivery of remote learning. Frontiers in Education publishes rigorously peer-reviewed research featuring specialty areas including Leadership in Education, Special Educational Needs, and Assessment, Testing and Applied Measurement. Many children suffered from too much time spent playing alone during lockdown.