Recovering from the pandemic

Let’s put the curriculum centre stage post-pandemic

Ask any teacher what the foundation of schooling is and chances are they’ll say the curriculum. It underpins nearly everything a teacher does – structuring lessons, delivering content and assessing how well students are performing.

So when schools and the wider education world emerges from the pandemic, will the curriculum save the day in terms of the attainment gap and accountability?

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COVID-19 affect teacher recruitment

Will COVID-19 affect teacher recruitment in the UK?

During the middle of this year’s coronavirus pandemic, a report published by the National Foundation for Education Research (NFER) looked at how the school system was progressing with the country’s ongoing teacher supply challenge.

Key findings of the Teacher Labour Market in England Annual Report 2020 included:

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Remote Learning Education

How to Best Support Remote Learning: The Evidence

In order to help schools better support teaching pupils remotely, the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) has provided some much-needed resources designed for education leaders.

One rapid evidence assessment in particular examines existing research from 60 systematic reviews and meta-analyses for approaches that schools could use, or are already using, during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Coronavirus What Next For Education

Post-Coronavirus: What Next For Education?

It goes without saying that every organisation and industry around the world is being affected by COVID-19, especially education.

According to the OECD, every week of school closures will cause a massive loss in the development of human capital with significant long-term economic and social implications.

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