A study of official data shows that delaying university typically leaves graduates almost £4,500 per year better off.
A study of official data shows that delaying university typically leaves graduates almost £4,500 per year better off.read more
Read today's statement on SATs tests from a Pearson spokesperson.read more
The Department for Education announced in a press release published on 7 April 2016 that, following a comparability study, the reception baseline assessment will not be used as a starting point to measure pupil progress.read more
We're holding a free Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) breakfast meeting in London on 10 June 2016.read more
A lack of awareness about vocational learning routes into work may be holding back many young people from finding sustainable employment, according to a new report published by Pearson and the Association of Employment and Learning Providers (AELP).read more
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