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Multi-award winning Swedish start-up DigiExam, creator of the secure end-to-end digital assessment and grading platform for schools and universities, has scooped an EdTechXRise 20 Award in the EdTechXGlobal All Stars Awards programme. The awards run...
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Over 10,000 people have now signed a petition to stop the abolition of GCSE and A-Level ICT. Following the surge in figures since the petition was launched at the beginning of December, it is...

Exams can be life changing, not just for those going to university. Think about the driving test. It can make it easier to travel to work or to transport less mobile members of the...
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Prior to the General Election 2015, award-winning online learning and revision platform, SAM Learning, polled teachers across the UK in the first of an upcoming series of '60 Second Surveys', to develop an understanding of where they see themselves in the political landscape.

Looking at the results of the anonymous poll, entrants clearly favoured a Labour approach to the education sector, taking 50% of the vote, Conservatives falling some way behind in fourth place behind the Liberal Democrats and Green Party.  

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Last year, award-winning online learning and revision platform, SAM Learning, introduced a new element to the system that enables teachers to create their very own SAM Learning activities. Following its success in schools, these activities are now able to be shared with other schools all over the country, creating a digital community of customisable lesson and revision content, exclusively for SAM Learning customers!

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In August, as thousands of students around the country nervously made their way into school for the last time, the SAM Learning team were eagerly awaiting the GCSE results at The Chafford School in...
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A new report by the Commons Education Select Committee this week has suggested that British white students from poorer backgrounds are ‘underperforming’ with
just under one third achieving at least five C grades at GCSE, including English and maths last year.

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A secondary school in Wales has enlisted the support of RM Books to help it meet the challenges of a national and international drive towards excellence in literacy.