Elective Home Education Survey 2018
This report by the Association of Directors of Children’s Services shows that the number of home educated pupils rose by 27 per cent this year, with many more likely to be hidden from sight.
Inspiring Entrepreneurship in Education
This research from the National Centre for Entrepreneurship in Education (NCEE) claims that less than a fifth of university Heads of Enterprise believe that schools are well supported in developing enterprise and entrepreneurship in young people. Nine in ten HoEs believe that the government needs to do more to support entrepreneurial activity post Brexit.
Educating For The Modern World
This CBI/Pearson Education and skills annual report says that education is the number one driver of productivity, business, and economic prosperity. But more than this, a world-class education system is essential for social justice and a fairer society.
Who Knows What About Me?
The report by the Children's Commissioner for England into the collection and sharing of children’s data is calling on internet giants and toy-makers to be more transparent about the data they are collecting. It calls for a statutory duty of care between social media companies and their younger users, and urges the government to consider strengthening data protection laws. Leadership Briefing 13.02(146)
Teachers Working Longer Review: Final Report
The age of teachers has no noticeable effect on pupil performance, but school staff need more support and clearer guidance to support an age-diverse workforce, according to this DfE report into the effectiveness of older teachers. Leadership Briefing 13.02(146)
Anti-Bullying Alliance Survey On Bullying
One child in every classroom has been bullied every single day over the past six months, according to this survey by the Anti-Bullying Alliance (ABA). Leadership Briefing 13.02(146)
Musicians’ Union Education Report 2018
This report by the Musicians’ Union shows many parts of the UK are at risk of under-representation in the music industry, as lower income families are priced out of music lessons. Leadership Briefing 13.02 (146)
Burnout, Depression And Paranoid Ideation
Teachers who are burned out at work are experiencing symptoms of paranoia according to this study published in the scientific journal, Occupational Medicine. The aim of the study was to examine the relationship between burnout and paranoid ideation. The research found that those teachers who scored highly on the burnout scale were likely to be experiencing symptoms of paranoia. Leadership Briefing 13.02(146)
A Broken Social Elevator? How to Promote Social Mobility
This international study on social mobility from the OECD shows that each year that a child spends in education, the gap between rich and poor grows wider. Leadership Briefing 13.02(146)
Socio-Economic Differences In Total Education Spending In England
This research by the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has found that children from poor backgrounds in England now have more spent on their education than those from better-off families, in what experts called a “remarkable shift” that has closed the long-term gap in government spending. Leadership Briefing 13.02(146)