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- Justine Greening Secretary of State for Education
Unit4 Business World saves two Essex colleges £80,000
The Evolution and Revolution of Online Education.
Paving the way for next gen coders
Spring Budget reveals increased investment in STEM education
4 million training places offered with new Digital Strategy
National Bibliographic Knowledgebase to be created by OCLC
GDPR: prepared for change?
Three education tech trends that will supercharge the sector
Secure your network or face the consequences
49% of British kids scared to use the Internet
Smallpeice Trust teach Year 9s about cyber security
New trends in children's internet use
Winners of first International e-Assessment Awards announced
Accelerating Digital Transformation in HE Online Event
April issue of Independent Education Today is out now!
Cybersecurity skills in crisis
Bredon Hill Academy wins BP Ultimate STEM Challenge
Annual conference to examine issues affecting independents
Natalie McGuinness: My Roehampton online experience
Uni challenge: Providing value for students in a digital age
Attracting students is increasingly about digital leadership
NMiTE receives £8 million start-up funding
Leeds offers online MBA
Freelance technology essay writing service
MIT's Curious Learning takes literacy learning global
Edtech trends to look out for in 2017
OU and Save the Children team up
Brand new international e-Assessment Awards programme launch
Online learning to lead education by 2025
Edtech in Africa, go large or go home
Chancellor invests in technical education
Bath Chemical Engineer wins prestigious national tech award
Supporting SEN with edtech
Q&A: Why education technology matters to Justine Greening
Teaching crisis addressed by Strategic Workforce Planning
Discovery Education helps schools to digitise lessons
Summer 2017 issue of ISS is now available online
Dundee partners with TechnologyOne
Digital leaders in the primary school
Shakespeare Week 2017 goes digital
ConquerComputing launched at Education Show
Intelligent iPad and lockers for education
Student mental health and its effect on learning
Student duo develop handy revision website
Audio Visual developments and what they mean for education
SHOW SUCCESS FOR DIGIBOX AT BETT 2017
How tech can help schools address funding constraints
Take the VEX IQ Challenge
Prioritising enrichment over cutting-edge
Future demand for social skills will be big, says new report
Online tutoring: effective, convenient and fun
2017 Spring Budget and Education
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New Cyber Security awards from SQA
The Scottish Qualifications Authority announces a suite of new digital security awards
Online risk to schools: Time for a maths lesson
What actually happens online over the summer holidays? Charles Sweeney, CEO of Bloxx, finds ou...
A guide to the Anti-Radicalisation Law
The new Anti-Radicalisation Law and what it means for Local Authorities
Ruling out radicalisation
How the right web filtering and reporting can help to prevent radicalisation in schools
Kids at risk of online stranger danger
'Young People and e-safety' report shows over a third of children have made friends online wit...
Building an e-safety culture
Chris Seal explains Millfield's approach to e-safety, managing online risks and disseminating ...
Today's parents are net naive
New research reveals lack of urgency to safeguard Generation Z, despite one in three children ...
Counter-extremism resource available to schools
New free resource helps schools counter extremism and online radicalisation
New e-safety tool launched to help protect children online
A new Ofsted-compliant e-safety tool has been launched by Mouchel to help protect children onl...
Does social media rule your child?
King Edward's Witley learns about responsible internet usage from e-safety expert Karl Hopwood...
Online safety and the new Ofsted Inspection Guidance
Ken Corish discusses the Ofsted changes, and what constitutes 'outstanding' and effective prac...
ROUNDTABLE: Safe and sound
Rebecca Paddick asks some of the sector's experts, how do we keep kids safe when using the lat...
Countering radicalisation in schools
Many factors contribute to a pupil's susceptibility to radicalisation, but what exactly should...
Getting kids involved in a school's e-safety strategy can be a powerful tool in helping to kee...
Rising Stars launches e-safety week
Leading education sector publisher, Rising Stars has announced its e-safety week, commencing 1...
E-safety in numbers
Keeping kids safe while they surf the net is now a team effort, says Education Technology Edit...
E-safety: ignore at your peril
Schools need to recognise e-safety issues at an early stage and act to intervene as soon as po...
Online safety accreditation for Loughborough
One of the UK's oldest independent girls' schools has been recognised for its commitment to ke...
What is digital literacy?
Gemma Sharland explores the responsibilities and opportunities for children surrounded by tech...
Participation equals ownership
If pupils are involved in the creation of a school's e-safety policy, they are more likely to ...
DDoS Attacks: Is your school prepared?
RM Education's Mark Conrad highlights the threat and consequences of a Distributed Denial of S...
Do rather than don't
We need to give young people the opportunities to be empowered digital citizens, says Will Gar...
Parents and teachers need to combine efforts to become more clued up on internet safety, says ...
Safeguarding in schools
IP video systems help meet increasingly onerous children's safeguarding requirements in school...
Sex, lies and teenage tapes
New report shows an increasing amount of so-called adult content is actually being produced by...
Clive Turner at Groupcall examines child e-safety concerns, and explores the role parental eng...
Going for 1:1
Mary Palmer from research charity Tablets for Schools answers some common questions about 1:1 ...
Hugh Bessant has some advice for schools wanting to dispose of their unwanted or out-of-date I...
A third of kids bullied online
More than a third (39%) of UK students have been victims of cyberbullying according to researc...
Safeguarding our future
'iGeneration' considers online safety as important as new technology, according to new sur...
Belfast leads security research
A new initiative to explore the growing area of cyber security is to be established at Queen's...
Pupils chosen for Digital Youth Council
School children from across the UK have been selected for the first Digital Youth Council, led...
Top tips for improving cyber security
Having to respond to cyber security incidents can seem like a never-ending task, says Lee Harr...
Should schools be doing more?
Paul Evans, Managing Director of Redstor asks, should schools be doing more to prevent cyber b...
Tightening security across campus
Cashless payment systems are fast coming into the fore as our society undergoes a payment revo...
BYOD can present a number of security challenges, which can act as a barrier to adoption, says...
CAS scoops education award
Computing At School (CAS) has won the 2014 Informatics Europe Best Practices in Education Awar...
Schools not protecting pupils
Teachers believe online risks such as cyber bullying are on the rise, yet they don't feel con...
Safeguarding in schools
E-safety is becoming an increasingly important issue for schools, but when it comes to safegua...
Device overuse causing kids to miss out
More children can manoeuvre around a tablet than swim, tie their shoe laces or tell the time, ...