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With the world’s major economies still in flux and recent figures suggesting that growth in Asia’s emerging economies...
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The independent review body, which advises the Government on teachers’ pay, published a report calling for greater...
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Ex-servicemen will be employed to help instil teamwork, discipline and leadership skills through mentoring, outward...
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McKinsey and Company, the global consulting firm, surveyed more than 8,000 education providers, employers, and young...
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The Sutton Trust is urging Ucas, which administers university entries, to revise the system, arguing that private...
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In the past week a number of organisations have started to carry out surveys into the impact of the policy, which will...
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Ofsted’s early years report highlights the fact that childminders have ‘performed consistently worse’ than nurseries...
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Many of the complaints about admissions related to school catchment areas and priority, or lack of priority, being...
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Pupils will be required to complete sums using pen and paper amid fears that under-11s in England are already more...
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Under changes announced by Ofqual, from next year, January exams will be scrapped. The regulator said the move would...
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In some cases science pupils can't even light a Bunsen burner, said David Levin, the headmaster of the private City of...
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The Shakespeare Schools Festival plans to spend £3.2m to treble the number of schools it reaches and some 50,000 pupils...
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A 12-year-old girl has had a taste of success after her self-published novel went on sale in book shops across...
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Education Secretary Michael Gove is to introduce a new national curriculum for English that contains no mention of the...
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Janey Walker, director of a new online service for gifted pupils set up by Warwick University, said large numbers of...
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They fear that the new English Baccalaureate, which only includes “academic” subjects, will sideline lessons in music,...
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