We offer a suite of daily and weekly education news summaries designed to bring together the best news, views and comment from the national media of interest to education professionals everywhere across the UK.
From our flagship daily news summary Headlines to our weekly supplements on Safeguarding, Ofsted and DfE our editors bring together the most important news driving the education media agenda
Please explore the examples below and get in touch with Tim Crane for more information.
An early morning summary of news for education professionals within the UK...
A weekly round-up of trade and regional press news and comment relating to the regulator.
A weekly round-up of trade and regional press news and comment relating to the Department of Education.
A weekly press summary dedicated to the health, wellbeing and rights of children as reported in the UK media.
For more information about this service or any others from Early Morning Media, please contact a member of our team
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