Tuesday, November 29, 2011

're not one of those activists itchy, are you?

All eyes are on strike tomorrow is

. What will you tell your children when they ask AIM Why they do not go to school? We consult with teachers and parents.

Jessica Shepherd

has a stock market crash to the pensions of teachers who were on strike.

If you want to look at the education secretary sounds off about "itching for a fight militants", you can.

If you wanted to see

online education secretary Sami picket was, here you go. (Thanks @ psbook.)

If you want to see a sub-editor Have a cool chuckle Secretary of Education in Metro this morning, you can too. (Thanks @ clare_horton.)

Education Guardian

. The demand for Islamic education is growing, and schools are emerging in response. The concerns expressed about being for lack of regulation.

Fran Abrams asks

surveys in Leicester Among Muslim parents for "non-traditional" education and tours of "education center" new plans to evolve in a school.

Anna Bawden reports on after-school and examines how madrasas began Tackling Some of corporal punishment, which was highlighted in recent research.

A lively discussion on the role of religious education is

Set in Fran's comments on the article.

. Computer lessons are outdated and too easy, the government has admitted. ICT courses are in need of reform, after the Ministry of Culture, Media and Sport.

. Applications from students of the University

British-born fell by 15%, latest figures show UCAS.

The Ebdon, Chair of the Million + group of new universities, expressed concern about the sharp drop in the number of adult students. Those aged 25-39 from applications you dropped by more than 20%, and for those aged 40 + over 25%.

"Many mature students study because they later realized that THEY have missed employment and life-changing learning Studying for a degree offering.

No one should lose the chance to be what they might have. Ministers need their game and start a campaign for the new year should ensure that students understand the old system and the new loan opportunities available. "

. Shabana Mahmood, the shadow universities minister, said the work would reduce costs, waste margin and the basic idea to stop enouraging and private providers. But it would also expect students to make a "fair contribution" to the cost of their education - and those who benefit most should pay the most, she tells Harriet Swain.

gang experts from London Met, Simon Hallsworth has-been looking at their role in the riots of the summer. The politicians are too quick He says to point the finger at their gangs

"Gangs Blamed Have been pretty much for drugs to sexual abuse of women Goal dangerous for dogs. If you could eliminate the gang culture of tomorrow, all these things you would still have to go again on the disorder. "

. Melissa Benn

(@ melissa_benn) asked why the government follows the S. U. schools an STI policy disaster in the model based on free school charter schools. It warns against:

"School between the school, facilitating the way for-profit providers in a service's public key, teachers and alienating Saper across-the-progress board of education."

Writing Contest for students

Ones to Watch (@ ones_to_watch), the site that brings together the best student writing in newspapers, has teamed up with educationguardian.co.uk to bring you a unique competition.


want a signature in your portfolio? Can you see your work published online on one of the most prestigious Guardian how sections: Mortarboard blog.

All you need to write a blog

DO IS no more than 600 words on the following question:

With fees tripled to £ 9000 a year at most universities, it is inevitable that students will become consumed

We are open to any interpretation of the question, try something original purpose, engaging and well documented, it is written clearly and accurately. The competition is open to undergraduate or postgraduate in all British universities.

Closing Date: December 4 to 17 hours.

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. Anthony Seldon

the call for private schools to come to school support staff of many principal Taunton Newton-John, who writes in the Telegraph:

"Dr Anthony Seldon claim is to fail the state private schools support global struggles that are somehow being" evasive and dishonest "is wrong."

Newton insists history

"moral duty" is to attempt to inform "that every child comes to my door", not the door of others.

. Ministers are to examine the milk-free diet for nursery - is they are being snatched up a pound a pint, says The Independent.

. The University of East Anglia IS SA to close the School of Music, reports AME. Continuing the theme is financially viable Unsustained said the university council. Led a campaign to try to save the school was launched, attracting the support of Sir Nicholas Hytner, artistic director of the National Theatre, musicians and Jools Holland and Brian Eno.

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