#SR21 - A new report release today (21 Oct) from the Education Policy Institute (@EduPolicyInst) warns that significant, additional spending to help pupils to recover from lost learning will be required in next week’s Spending Review in order to avoid long-term damage to life chances and the nation’s finances.
Iin his speech [Wednesday 6 October] at the Conservative Party Conference, the Prime Minister @BorisJohnson announced a £3,000 ‘levelling up premium’ to entice maths, physics, chemistry and computing teachers to take jobs in schools serving disadvantaged areas.
Students’ subject choices at A level have become “exceedingly narrow”, with young people less likely than ever to take up a variety of subjects, a new report warns.
The study from the Education Policy Institute (@EduPolicyInst), commissioned by the Royal Society, finds that the proportion of students with A and AS levels or equivalent covering at least three of the main subject groups such as humanities, sciences, maths and languages, has now halved since 2010.
A new report from the Education Policy Institute (@EduPolicyInst), commissioned by @WellcomeTrust, finds that giving teachers a formal entitlement to high-quality training and development would only cost the government an extra £210m in funding a year.
A new report from the Education Policy Institute (@EduPolicyInst), funded by the Nuffield Foundation (@NuffieldFound), provides new insights into the educational outcomes of pupils in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland since devolution.
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