Pity the poor supplier

Adrift in a sea of targets, expectant customers, demanding Managing Directors, whimsical couriers and sweaty, desperate manufacturers, the daily grind…

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The innovation game

Making sure you are up-to-date with the latest innovations in education can be challenging for teachers – technology is an…

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Questions of entitlement

In an important judgment, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has ruled that holiday pay should include recognition for overtime payments…

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They do furnish a room

OK, hands up if you have a Kindle or something comparable in the electronic world? Seductive, aren’t they? So attractive…

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Teaching assistance

Between 19 and 21 March, educators from all fields are being invited to the NEC Birmingham to gather inspiration and…

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Foreign affairs

The international education sector is growing significantly and with 42 per cent of all international schools teaching the British curriculum,…

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32% of Teachers are Concerned that Students are Falling Behind During the Pandemic


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