School teachers in Scotland are not happy with the new primary school curriculum, reveals a survey.
Around 4,000 teachers responded to an online questionnaire carried out by teaching union.
Political parties in Sweden have been discussing the mechanics of running the country’s free schools.
General agreement was reached on new rules for providers and education standards.
New security concerns have arisen with Google Glass ahead of its general release.Read more
The UK government is to fund three new educational projects to education girls in Afghanistan.Read more
The suggestion of holding New Zealand’s schools’ exams online has been largely well received.Read more
Myanmar is reforming its education system with the introduction of almost 30 new policies.Read more
Ireland is training approximately 600 surplus primary school teachers every year, according to new figures.Read more
Education officials in Northern Ireland do not wish to emulate England when it comes to A level reform.Read more
The education system in Turkey is set to see some changes, said the country’s Minister of Education.Read more
Discussions are taking place about whether a Royal College of Teaching should be established.Read more
Test papers completed by students of City & Guilds qualifications are being sent to India for marking.Read more
The first national literacy survey in Scotland has revealed that more work needs to be done.Read more
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