Higher pay 'means larger classes'
Head teachers may have to increase class sizes if they are to pay the best teachers higher wages, the chief inspector of schools in England admits.
BBC News - 22 May 13
UK shared exam system faces break up
The shared A-level and GCSE system for England, Wales and Northern Ireland should no longer be continued, says Education Secretary Michael Gove.
BBC News - 21 May 13
Hospitality Management / Event Management Industry Day
Laureate Hospitality Education is holding a Hospitality Management / Event Management Industry Day for Sixth Form students at Ascot Racecourse in Berkshire on June 26th. The day will be a mixture of presentations and activities with a number of industry professionals taking part.
Laureate Hospitality Education - 20 May 13
Fall in number of young people in learning
The proportion of people aged 17 to 24 taking part in learning has fallen by 7 percentage points in the last year. There has also been a fall of 6 percentage points in the proportion of unemployed people participating in learning.
Education today - 17 May 13
Graduate social workers fast-tracked
Graduates on a new fast-track scheme for trainee social workers will co-handle caseloads after just five weeks of intensive initial training.
BBC News - 17 May 13
Creative Skillset trainees to work on major Warner Bros productions
Creative Skillset and Warner Bros announced they will be working ever more closely together as Warner Bros opens additional trainee positions on its film productions in the UK. Trainees will be placed through Creative Skillset's Trainee Placement Scheme.
Creative Skillset - 16 May 13
Young 'prefer to read on screen'
Young people are now much more likely to prefer to read on computer and phone screens rather than to use printed materials, according to a literacy study.
BBC News - 16 May 13
Universities '£50m to drive growth'
Universities in England are to receive a £50m cash injection to help create high-tech industries and boost economic recovery.
BBC News - 15 May 13
Assisting Your Students With Their Applications to EU Universities
Increasing numbers of UK students are now applying to universities in Continental Europe. EUNiCAS is offering several Workshops with the objective of providing Careers Advisers with a solid grounding in the opportunities available and the application processes and procedures.
EUNiCAS - 15 May 13
Students complain of 'poor value'
Almost one in three first year students at UK universities say their courses are not good value, a study suggests.
BBC News - 15 May 13