New research report launched by the Jubilee Centre for Character and Virtues
The NIoT will help drive up standards across the English education system for the benefit of teachers and leaders up and down the country
The teacher training programme is open to engineers or undergraduates who may consider a new career with an engineering or material science degree
Matt Nixon discusses why teachers of mathematics should be ready to answer this important question and how a good answer can inspire and motivate students
The framework will address the jigsaw provision and ensure children and young people with vision impairment.
Academics are investigating good practices in inclusive education during and beyond the COVID-19 pandemic.
Helen Breadmore has been awarded funding by the Education Endowment Foundation and Department for Education Accelerator Fund to retrial a whole class paired reading programme with Year 5 classes.
The UK Government has announced the University of Birmingham Dubai's School of Education as one of six global providers for a new international teaching qualification that aims to help develop high-quality teachers
On World Braille Day, Professor Graeme Douglas reflects on the future of braille
How much of a role model has Rose from Strictly Dancing been to deaf children in the UK and what effect has shehad their aspirations and dreams?
Chris Millward will be joining the School of Education from the Office for Students on 1 January 2022 as Professor of Practice in Education Policy
Inderjit explored how the inclusion of disadvantaged children has been further impacted by the Covid-19 crisis.