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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
What you don't know, can't hurt you... can it?
Smallpeice Trust teach Year 9s about cyber security
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
Attracting students is increasingly about digital leadership
Uni challenge: Providing value for students in a digital age
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
2017 Spring Budget and Education
Online tutoring: effective, convenient and fun
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Parents say curb commercial data
Global parent surveys shows great optimism about the benefits of internet in schools, but stro...
Securing BYOD rollouts
To capitalise on the benefits of BYOD schools must understand the existing risks and adopt met...
Safe surfing with 02
A new programme from 02 is helping teachers and students make the most of the new computing cu...
When cyber criminals up their game
Glasgow must protect itself against the rise in IT security threats, but with 30,000 users it ...
Mother knows best
New Tablets for Schools research reveals students' advice on staying safe online over the summ...
RM celebrates a decade of safety support
RM Education celebrates 10 years supporting Internet Watch Foundation (IWF), a charity which r...
Keeping kids safe online this summer
Adblock Plus highlights some key tips for parents to keep children safe online during the scho...
Archaic IT policy puts children at risk
Outdated e-safety policies could be leaving thousands of children at risk of cyber bullying cl...
Email security has a way to go to catch up with other forms of online protection, says Simon F...
Parents concern for kids mobile safety
One in seven parents have found unsuitable content on their child's mobile device, according t...
Managing a childâs online journey
Tony Anscombe, Online Security Evangelist at AVG Technologies provides his top tips for managi...
Schools join online anti-bullying protest
Schools from across Europe have joined together in an online protest against bullying and cybe...
Safe surfing in our schools
We talk to Emma Ashcroft about Exa Education's new partnership with Securus Software and its...
Study to test affect of tech
A new study lead by Imperial College London will investigate whether mobile phones affect chil...
Cambridge doubles up on data protection
Schools from the University of Cambridge can for the first time store essential research datab...
Interact with Messagemaker
Messagemaker introduces new TwittLED, a range of moving message displays that can now stream l...
Phreaking - don't be a victim
What is phreaking? And what precautions can your school take to protect themselves from fallin...
BullGuard backs anti-bullying campaign
Anti-bullying charity to host virtual march to raise awareness of the problems caused by real-...
Parents brush up on e-safety
St Leonardâs First School in Dunston has hosted a workshop to help parents ensure their chil...
Managing an online environment
Jonathan Valentine, MD at e-safety software specialist Impero, discusses how schools can prope...
SEN kids victimised online
Children with special educational needs and disabilities speak out about cyber-bullying and co...
Education sector data loss rises
Almost half of respondents to a survey at Bett 2014 admit to losing portable storage devices c...
National Cyber 10K launch
A new cyber security challenge launched by NCC Group will include judges from the University o...
Child victims of online abuse let down
Frontline professionals charged with supporting child victims of online sexual abuse say they ...
How secure is the data on your printer
Printers have far longer memories than you think. TA Triumph-Adler introduces new 'Security ...
Staying e-safe at school
2014 is the year to push e-safety in schools forward, says Jon Valentine, managing director at...
Cyberbullying a growing concern
ChildLine has said it has seen a large increase in the number of children contacting it about ...
Preventing online risks
A realistic approach to monitoring what students are up to online can be more effective in hel...
Beating the online bullies
Securus Software reports on how today's technology may be leaving parents out of the loop as c...
Encryption: use it or lose out
Mark James, Technical Director at online security solutions business ESET, looks at the benefi...
NSPCC warns of e-safety 'timebomb'
The children's charity has identified abuse via the internet and mobile phones as the major ...