The Secretary of State has announced new investment in tailored support for schools facing the most acute recruitment challenges, alongside new pilot programmes to test loan forgiveness and stretched...
It is encouraging that the Labour Party is committing to extra funding for education. All political parties need to sign up to this.
'For Leaders, For Learners; Building an Ambitious Future'
Commenting on the announcement that Professor Dame Alison Peacock has been appointed CEO of the Chartered College of Teaching, Russell Hobby, general secretary of school leaders' union NAHT, said:
NAHT today publish The Balancing Act: a report into the working lives of deputy and assistant head teachers and vice principals. It reveals the full extent of the workload teachers in these roles...
Commenting on the announcement today of a merger between Teaching Leaders and The Future Leaders Trust, Russell Hobby, general secretary of school leaders' union NAHT, said:
Sir Michael Barber appointed as the independent chair of the new Foundation for Leadership in Education
Education journalist Susan Young injects some humour into the current appetite for reality TV school shows and praises the profession as representing the 'noblest form of public service'.
Don't miss the range of exciting new courses on offer from this autumn to help school leaders and middle leaders excel.
Another chance to read Dr Rona Tutt's blog on how to make the voice of special education heard above the din of announcements across the sector. Other blogs include education journalist Susan...