UK’s Huge Languages Skills Deficit Revealed By Erasmus Exit
By deciding to withdraw from the EU’s world leading international education exchange programme ‘Erasmus+’, the UK has undoubtedly shot itself badly in the foot. Simon Sharron writes how this Brexit 'surprise' serves to underline again the lamentable state of language learning in the UK.
Bridging The Digital Divide: Getting Tech Right
The digital divide exists not only between better-off and poorer students, but also between Edtech producers and teachers. Billy Huband-Thompson reports on some new research.
School Intelligence Needs A Revolution To Support Leaders And Teachers
The current crisis has made it clearer than ever that traditional MIS systems need transforming to cope with learning anywhere and distance teaching trends, as well as with the emergence of multi-site trusts. It’s time to empower teachers and leaders with real-time intelligence, argues Winston Poyton
Six Ways Distance Learning Has Changed Education
After surveying 50 schools using distance learning during the lockdown, Glenys Hart analyses the changes - some of them surprising and far-reaching – that are emerging.