Sean Coughlan is an award-winning BBC News education correspondent, who has won awards including National Education Journalist of the Year and the top prize at the Education Journalism Awards for the Outstanding Contribution to Education Journalism.
Sean covers education for the BBC News website, radio and television, and is editor of the BBC’s Global Education series, which looks at education from an international perspective.
He has written several books, including a cultural history of sleep and an account of the wireless messages sent during the sinking of the Titanic, which was also a World Service documentary. He has been a weekly business columnist for the Guardian, book reviewer for The Times and launch editor of the first TES website.
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