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International teachers put off by poor pupil behaviour, evaluation finds

Heavy workload also a factor for those who quit teaching in England

Paralympian to chair DfE’s Edtech Leadership Group

Baron Holmes to oversee 27-strong group drawn from education sector and industry

Ofqual defend role for BTECs in consultation response

Association of Employment and Learning Providers also raise concerns about government plans

Number of EHC plans rises as campaigners deliver petition

Pupils also waiting longer to receive their EHC plans

Review recommends all schools have access to Careers Hubs

More capital funding for FE colleges also suggested.

DfE consults on changes to Teachers Pension Scheme

Same benefits for same-sex spouses proposed

Ofsted responds to inspection framework consultation

New framework finalised and will come into force in September 2019.

Schools to be accountable for excluded pupils

Timpson review makes 30 recommendations

Micro-chips aim to combat exam fraud

Exam board add micro-chips to exam paper packaging

Nearly 50,000 pupils made ‘unexplained exits’, report finds

EPI research finds vulnerable learner groups more likely to leave school rolls

Access to free sanitary products extended to primary pupils

Free sanitary products for secondary pupils had been announced last month

Labour announce plans to abolish SATs

Jeremy Corbyn makes announcement at NEU conference

Scrapping BTECs would be 'reckless' associations warn

Joint statement from Association of School and College Leaders and the Sixth Form Colleges Association says Applied General qualifications still have value.

Kenyan science teacher wins 2019 Global Teacher Prize

Peter Tabichi gives away 80 per cent of his salary.

Not enough educational psychologists to meet demand says DfE research

Government announces £31.6 million of extra funding for training

Research finds 'maths anxiety' affects even high achievers

Teachers and parents risk passing their own anxiety on to children

World Book Day – fewer books borrowed as libraries close

Nearly 100m fewer books borrowed from public libraries compared to 2011

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