Monthly Archives: March 2020


Are UK teachers really less trusted than social media on climate change?

By | March 3rd, 2020|Blog|

Yesterday the TES website had a feature on a survey carried out by Cambridge International Assessment (an exam board), as part of Global Perspectives Week.  About 11,000 students aged 13-19 responded; 800 were from the UK.  The TES reported that Facebook, YouTube and Twitter are seen as more trustworthy than teachers on global issues such as climate change and poverty. [...]

March 2nd 2020

By | March 2nd, 2020|Webwatch|

Would you like to sign an open letter about the Teach the Future campaign which NAEE is supporting?   There is still time to do this.  It's being organised by  NUS / SOS-UK.  This link takes you to the letter.  All you have to do is to add your details, wait until it says "saved" in the blue bar, [...]