Times Educational Supplement

“Schools beg parents to pay for pens and glue,” screamed the front-page headline of the Daily Mirror, exposing the fact that
“Schools beg parents to pay for pens and glue,” screamed the front-page headline of the Daily Mirror, exposing the fact that
Schools should teach pupils to speak eloquently to help dispel the myth of the "grunting teenager", a former Labour government
Gove even found time on Wednesday to reveal that on Thursday he would be shadowing an Ofsted team as it inspected a school. To say this got the edu-citizens of Twitter going would be an understatement.
Concerns have been raised that unqualified teachers are still being used to inspect schools. There are at least five lead
Almost half of parents believe caning should be brought back to the classroom, a survey has claimed. A fifth of children
At the end of this saga, many journalists will be left standing, still with lovely jobs at glossy magazines, international news channels or at least, a regional political programme. But what sort of journalists will be left?