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Month: November 2015

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Will Shanghai Method Yield Dividends in UK?

The Department for Education’s introduction of Shanghai mathematics in UK schools by means of a teacher exchange may have a positive effect on exam scores, according to one leading education figure: http://www.theguardian.com/education/2015/nov/26/shanghai-teaching-method-could-improve-uk-results-within-four-years David Reynolds, the professor of education at Southampton University suggests that UK pupils’ performances in the next Pisa

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Teacher Recruitment Crisis Deepens

The long-standing teacher recruitment shortage is once again being reported on: http://bbc.in/1O57dsN As has been previously stated on this blog, there appears to be a widening gulf opening up between teachers and their representatives on the one hand, and the government on the other. The former are represented by bodies

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