Stephen Morales

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Education Department crackdown in wake of damning IBAC hearings

"This investigation is not over. So anyone with information or concerns can still contact us," commission acting chief executive John Lynch …

The Future of Teaching @EdnFoundation #PolicyFutures Keynote

This is the prepared text of a talk I gave at an Education Foundation Policy Futures event, alongside Angela McFarlane from the College of Teachers, …

Teaching

Education experts say $2 billion has been wasted on private schools

The research, funded by the Australian Council for Educational Research, a not-for-profit organisation that administers the medicine university entry …

Education

What I Learned By Asking 100 School Kids About The Future Of Work

In May this year I gave a different style of presentation at an Ignite event in San Francisco to the ones I normally do. As an analyst and someone who gets excited by telling stories about the possibilities of technology I do a fair bit of research and digging around, but I needed something …

Computer Science

Education secretary Nicky Morgan reveals the government criteria for coasting schools.

Education secretary Nicky Morgan has today unveiled the criteria for what makes a “coasting school” as part of the Government’s drive to intervene in …

Survey Suggests Social and Emotional Learning Has Staked a Claim in Schools

The results of a new Education Week Research Center survey suggest that social and emotional learning has staked a claim in schools but that …

South Korea to possibly adopt education reform to foster creativity

MBLAQ's G.O and his girlfriend Choi Ye Seul revealed, they don't like to kiss. On July 3, G.O, Choi Ye Seul, rapper Swings, and his girlfrie…<p>Park Bom …

South Korea

Neeru Khosla, Wife Of Billionaire Venture Capitalist, Wants To Fix Education With Software

Neeru Khosla is not your typical billionaire’s wife. She doesn’t spend her time stocking up on the latest designer trends or writing checks to the first charity that comes calling. Instead, for the last eight years, the wife of Silicon Valley venture capitalist Vinod Khosla has run her own …

What Education Technology Could Look Like Over the Next Five Years

A survey of schools around the world reveals what schools could look like, trends in personalized learning, the role of teachers and challenges to …

Education in brief: How many promises can a free school forget to keep?

School’s application looks different from reality; Kent staff complaints vindicated; stream of teachers leave Norwich academy because of ‘overstaffing’<p>Are free schools being held to account if they fail to honour promises made to the Department for Education? The question arises after we …

Education

7 New Educational Web Tools for Teachers

June 29, 2015<br>In this month's 'New Educational Web Tools' series, we are sharing with you this selection of interesting web tools we have been …

Americans, want a free college education? Move to Germany

US senator and democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has proposed what many consider a highly unrealistic, if not radical, plan: Make college free for all Americans.<p>But maybe it’s not <i>that</i> radical an idea. In fact, there’s one place that already offers all Americans free college<b>:</b> Germany. …

College & University

Government policies are turning education into a production line | Danny Dorling

Classrooms are crumbling and inequality is getting worse, but the government’s priorities are more testing and free schools<p>The majority of young adults and the parents of young children in the UK did not vote for this government and with good reason. The only age group to swing towards the …

Education

How universities are using data to stop students dropping out

As universities accept students from increasingly diverse backgrounds, institutions are finding new ways to target support effectively<p>“With a shrinking demographic, these institutions are competing for students and if they keep doing what they’ve always done, they’ll get the same results,” says …

Higher Education