We have made a couple of minor changes to our CASCAID Product Login website page to help users correctly select the product they require. Kudos AD has moved to alongside Kudos and we have emboldened the ‘Ages’ range to help make it clearer for our users to identify: CASCAID Manager, our free powerful management and … Continue reading Launch Our Products
After reading the following blog, we liked the style and thought it would be good to do a similar style for a CASCAID blog… An A-Z of Business Beasts - Explore our bestiary of business terms - from sharks and bear markets to narwhals and yak shaving Deciding that 26 points about CASCAID and/ or … Continue reading Did you know ‘CASCAID’ is an acronym?
The TES have recently reported that artificial intelligence will take over from humans in the marking of student’s exam papers – but how much do we actually trust a computer to mark a student’s work? At a recent conference, it was decided that, by 2025, all entries for students will be marked by artificial intelligence … Continue reading Is artificial intelligence the future for student’s results?
At CASCAID, our mission is to help anyone, anywhere in the world, create a successful future through self-knowledge, exploration and planning. To achieve this, one of the many things we do is regularly review our products to ensure the information we supply is accurate and up-to-date. Our most recent updates to Kudos and Kudos AD … Continue reading Take a look at the new careers and features added to Kudos and Kudos AD
A report has been published entitled ‘Drawing the Future’ – and it does exactly what it says on the tin! The report is the culmination of the research carried out by the collaboration between the charity Education and Employers, TES, UCL – Institute of Education, the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT). And the Organisation … Continue reading Drawing for the future
Robert Halfon, the chair of the commons education select committee, is going to explain his vision for the future of further education and social justice this morning. What is social justice? GOV.UK has explained that social justice is how we can help people who may be disadvantaged turn their lives around. This is also about … Continue reading Committee chair recommendations for further education and social justice
The Department for Education has published the long-awaited updated statutory guidance for governing bodies, school leaders and staff. This statutory guidance replaces the version issued in March 2015 (and re-issued with a minor update in April 2017). The ‘Careers guidance and access for education and training providers’ applies to: Local-authority-maintained schools Community schools Foundation or … Continue reading New statutory guidance from the Department for Education
A recent BBC survey has reported back that the arts subjects – Music, Art, Drama and Design and Technology are being squeezed out of the curriculum. The survey has shown us that 9 out of every 10 schools have reduced its available time for these subjects – including cutting back on staff and facilities in … Continue reading The arts are on the decline in schools
If you are looking for an unusual degree to start after your A levels and love technology – then a degree in Flying Car Engineering is for you! BBC News have reported that this online ‘nanodegree’ is a degree that you will earn in around 6 – 12 months, learning all the basic programming skills … Continue reading An exciting new degree of the future – Flying Car Engineering!
Estyn, the education and training inspectorate for Wales, has released its annual report, showing that there is a lack in skills in maths, languages and digital technology. The report also shows that 50% of secondary schools and 70% of primary schools have been judged as good to excellent this academic year. Digital skills The education … Continue reading Estyn’s report on pupil progress