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DVLA U-turn over autistic drivers highlights the...

Issued:07/03/19

Without consultation or warning, the UK Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) recently changed its website guidance for drivers with...



Maths: should English schools look to Switzerland...

Issued:28/01/19

The article was first published on The Conversation.When it comes to education, how countries rank against each other in league tables has become a...



Tintin: as the eternal youth turns 90, he’s still...

Issued:10/01/19

This article was first published in The Conversation.For such a perennially young man, always in a hurry to right the world’s wrongs, it may...



Comment on the Registered Nurse Degree Apprenticeship

Issued:06/12/18

The education of our nursing workforce is poised to hit the headlines once again as the Education Select Committee presented its report at a hearing...



Autistic children need the world to acknowledge the...

Issued:28/09/18

The article was first published on The Conversation. Autistic children are increasingly being suspended or expelled from school, because of “behavioural...



Sheffield Hallam responds to government's 'Strengthening...

Issued:22/03/18

Sheffield Hallam's Sheffield Institute of Education (SIoE) has called on the government to address Early Years Teaching Status and emphasised the...



Eight things great teachers do differently

Issued:19/03/18

This article was first published on The Conversation. Teaching is one of the most important professions in society and touches every aspect, of...



Video feedback may help babies ‘at risk of autism’

Issued:13/04/17

By Professor Nick HodgeResearchers have been keen to establish whether you can reduce the effects of autism on a child’s development if you intervene...



Enhancing the academic and post-graduate success of...

Issued:10/08/16

Today the House of Commons Women and Equalities Committee report on their inquiry into the barriers and discrimination faced by Muslims in the UK and...



Professor Jacqueline Stevenson: "One-size fits all"...

Issued:29/01/16

In 2013 the All-Party Parliamentary Group on social mobility stated that they were "looking for communities, schools, programmes or business sectors...