Education

Total 57 Posts

Higher Education and Brexit.

3 min read
Everything suggests that the costs of Brexit to the Higher Education sector will be much more considerable than expected.

Coronavirus school closures: What’s the evidence?

5 min read
School closures might reduce overall community infections by a small amount and may be necessary when infection levels in the population are very high. But it is a false dichotomy to judge schools as either ‘safe’ or ‘unsafe’. The reality is more complicated.

Why are more children in school now than during the first lockdown?

4 min read
We need to return to a norm of families only accessing in-school provision where it is absolutely unavoidable, and that appropriate economic and social support is provided to those who need it most.

Erasmus: What the Turing scheme must do to ensure UK students don’t miss out.

4 min read
Taking part in the Erasmus programme led to higher earnings and international careers. The proposed Turing scheme must address these losses if it is to replicate or even improve upon the opportunities Erasmus provided for UK students.

School reopening — No, Government doesn’t really care about children’s education.

23 min read
No, Boris Johnson and his government don’t care about children’s education. Tories care about the Economy, Money, and their good friends’ businesses and shares. They worry not about the little ones learning Maths and English but about their parents showing up at work every morning.

Challenging the government’s policy on school attendance for clinically vulnerable families.

3 min read
On how the government’s response to our pre-action letter differs from the published guidance and why it must be amended to reflect the government’s official position on local discretion and school attendance for vulnerable family members.

Testing in schools – Government wakes up to fact schools are major centre of transmission for Covid.

4 min read
While mass testing in some secondary schools in London, and parts of Kent and Essex is a start, the Government must urgently address those other parts of the country where infection rates remain high, teachers and school leaders’ unions say.
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