There was a time, in the dim and distant past, when the schools inspectorate for England and Wales carried out subject inspections -- and published periodic subject reviews.
I think it's well known that there is a teacher retention crisis as well as a recruitment crisis -- not just in the UK but across the world.
There is no shortage of edtech-related 'solutions' marketed around the world, but are they addressing the right problems and most critical challenges?
One common mechanism utilized in many countries is the establishment of a special 'innovation fund', designed to support the exploration of lots of 'new stuff' in the education sector.
Earlier this month, the Korea Education Research & Information Service (KERIS) hosted the tenth annualGlobal Symposium on ICT Use in Educationin Seoul.
Here are two topics that came up recently, and which are capable of being discussed by both primary and secondary pupils, with the appropriate adjustments in language of course.
Should an inspector come to look at your ICT or Computing provision, what sort of "qualifications" would you like them to have?
It's good to have long-term plans -- essential, in fact -- but what about the period before those plans come to fruition?
A couple of weeks ago I launched a survey to find out what GCSE options schools were offering to their students.