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ISC Daily News SummaryISC Daily News Summary 27 June 2017
- Why every woman should be part of an Old Girls' network
- 'Less homophobic bullying' in Britain's schools
- What is driving so many young teachers out of the profession?
- Top school Brighton College to celebrate Pride parade
- May turns to ex-teacher as policy head
Why every woman should be part of an Old Girls' networkGeneral Education
Radhika Sanghani, a features writer for The Daily Telegraph and Telegraph Women, reports on a plan by Cheryl Giovannoni, chief executive of the Girls’ Day School Trust (GDST), to start building professional networks for teenage girls at 26 girls-only private schools. The Telegraph.
'Less homophobic bullying' in Britain's schoolsChild Welfare
The level of homophobic bullying in Britain's secondary schools has fallen by a third in a decade, according to a study from the University of Cambridge. By Sean Coughlan, BBC. Also reported by Tes.
What is driving so many young teachers out of the profession?Teaching and Learning
The simple truth is that we cannot afford to lose these people from our profession, writes James Bowen, director of middle leaders’ union NAHT Edge. Tes.
Top school Brighton College to celebrate Pride paradeGeneral Education
Brighton College is to become the first private school in the country to join a Pride parade. By Sian Griffiths, The Times.
May turns to ex-teacher as policy headGeneral Education
Theresa May has appointed an English teacher-turned parliamentary expert as her head of policy as she rebuilds her Downing Street team. By Henry Zeffman, The Times.