Fund offers £2m to tackle LGBT bullying in schools

6 November 2014

A £2m fund is launched to tackle LGBT bullying in schools after research has identified successful strategies that are already being used to tackle homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying. Pete Henshaw reports.

Fears over cuts to university teacher training courses

6 November 2014

Universities with teacher training colleges have lost almost a quarter of their places since 2012 as ministers have promoted the School Direct programme in its place, leading to teacher shortages in some subject areas, new research shows.

Shared education project gets injection of £25m

16 October 2014

An initiative that encourages secondary schools serving neighbouring Catholic and Protestant communities in Northern Ireland to work more closely is receiving a massive cash injection.

At a glance headlines: October 16, 2014

16 October 2014

Parental backing for a baccalaureate-style certificate to sum up academic and practical achievements, and a national conference on education's role in advancing gender equality are among SecEd's At a glance headlines for October 16, 2014.

Plea for TA review panel to discuss axing of support staff pay body

9 October 2014

Revisiting the scrapping of the support staff negotiating body and sharing best practice more widely. These are two of the suggestions that have already been put forward for consideration by an independent review set up to create new teaching assistant st

At a glance headlines: October 9, 2014

9 October 2014

Curriculum resources based on London's heritage, the annual ADHD Foundation conference, a social enterprise Apprenticeship and a new Shakespeare resource are among SecEd's At a glance headlines for October 9, 2014.

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