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National Prison Radio has launched a new app, designed to support former prisoners in their first week after release.

The free Straightline app features seven films from people who have...

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Read Manchester is a campaign from Manchester City Council and the National Literacy Trust to promote reading and boost literacy throughout the city.

To find out how schools, businesses...

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Recently published research from the National Literacy Trust shows that just one fifth of children and young people (20.7%) write daily outside the classroom.

This is a significant drop...

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A new report from the Workers’ Educational Association (WEA) – ‘Improving Lives and Communities through Learning’ – has revealed the transformative effect of adult education.

Over 2,000...

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This is the website for information about the FE and Skills sector in England.

Here you will find information about becoming a teacher, incentives for training, qualifications, the Society...

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Women carry out an overall average of 60% more unpaid work than men, ONS analysis has shown.

ONS analysis1 of time use data shows that women put in more than double the proportion of unpaid...

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HMC (the Headmasters' & Headmistresses' Conference) in partnership with online safety organisation Digital Awareness UK (DAUK), has conducted a survey of 2,750 pupils aged 11-18, looking into...

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Reports from the independent evaluation of the first Troubled Families Programme can be found at: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/national-evaluation-of-the-first-troubled-families-...

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 If you’re thinking about running a Primary school Maths club, or want ideas to reinvigorate your existing maths club, then why not visit ...

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NRICH are running a free three-day professional development programme for teachers of mathematics at Key Stages 3, 4 and 5. This exciting opportunity includes three linked full-day events over the...

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