The number of teacher vacancies in England has risen, according to new Department for Education statistics.
The new intake of trainees in 2015 will not be enough to fill them.
Finland and Estonia are collaborating to support the development of higher education in Azerbaijan.
The two-year project is set to launch in the autumn.
The Local Government Association wants to allow successful state schools to mentor struggling ones. Read more
Wales' education department will make all of the changes recommended by a recent report.Read more
More than 34 million young people in conflict zones are not receiving any education, finds a UNESCO report.Read more
Polish education officials have issued a generation gap warning to the higher education sector.Read more
UK employers have to recruit migrants for key roles due to British candidates’ weak maths skills.Read more
The status of the teaching profession in Nigeria is declining, reports All Africa.Read more
A new report by Northern Ireland’s Audit Office has outlined areas for improvement.Read more
English secondary schools failing to meet the new benchmark for GCSE passes will be classed as “coasting”.Read more
The Chinese president has said that he would welcome more US students to study in the country.Read more
Barbados may be considering a reversal of its current ban on mobile phones in schools.Read more
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