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Bett Academies, a new event developed in consultation with senior education leaders in the UK, launches this week to provide advice, guidance and inspiration to academies, MATs and schools exploring academisation. The event takes...

The London Digital Inclusive Network (LonDIN) is a Kickstarter campaign with the tagline: “Where everyone is included so that no-one gets left behind.” When tech enthusiast, James Dellow began the project two years ago,...
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Dominic Savage, director general of the British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA) has today announced that he will retire in 2016, from the role he has held for 30 years.   The statement, made at the education...

On 23rd and 24th June, E2BN will be hosting its ever-popular annual conference at The Wyboston Lakes Executive Centre, Bedfordshire. The two-day event will see the likes of Professor Stephen Heppell taking to the stage to share education inspiration and knowledge to over 500 dedicated educators.

Tony Parkin switches his attention to post-16 education, and the future of apprenticeships over the next few years. If you use the word 'apprentice' in 2015, most folk in the UK will probably think of...
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Innovative pupils at Camden School for Girls have set up a page on crowdfunding website, Indiegogo, in order to raise money to put solar panels onto the school roof, helping the school to go green and save some money along the way!

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It has been announced that the popular block building computer game, Minecraft, will be provided to all secondary schools in Northern Ireland for free as part of a project organised by the annual CultureTECH festival, funded by the Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure.

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At bee-it, we are often asked for unbiased research and reviews into educational technology products to help companies develop fantastic solutions for the classroom. But in order to undertake this work, we need...

The Education Show 2015 returns to the NEC, Birmingham on 19 to 21 March and is once against set to address the needs of education professionals across the country, this year with an increased focus on technology.

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Day three of Bett 2015 begins with a chance encounter with Carol Allen, Advisory Teacher for ICT and Inclusion at North Tyneside Council, who had just left a breakfast session sponsored by Inclusive Technology. Carol’s keen to tell me more about it: