EdCentral is a not-for-profit social enterprise. Back in 2015 we surveyed hundreds of teachers and education professionals to ask them what they would like from an online platform. Based on that feedback we built a friendly, secure space where everyone working in education can support one another and exchange ideas. Our professional network, EdConnect and our discussion forum, EdTalk, are specifically designed for sharing and collaboration.
We also curate and signpost education news, research, CPD-related events, and education policy - the latter compiled by education policy guru, Steve Besley, ex head of policy at Pearson. All our content is presented in a no-frills, easily accessible format. Alongside this, our blogs are written by teachers and education experts. Throughout, our aim is to inform, inspire and amuse.
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Our unique, hand-curated daily EdNews digest is: Time saving: Comprehensive: Interactive and fully searchable: Flexible:
All the latest education news in one place - available to view from 9:00 a.m each weekday morning.
Manually compiled from over 300 sources - covering mainstream media, education press, education unions, professional bodies, government departments and agencies, and key education commentators and bloggers.
Allows you to search the news archives and filter by phase, subject, topic, keyword or organisation so you just see the news that’s of interest to you. Or search the education news archives as far back as 2016.
View on your desktop, laptop or any mobile device; quickly scan the headlines in plain list format or browse using dynamic view - both with direct links to the original news sources.
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