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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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Classical languages such as ancient Greek and Latin have been given a boost in recent years as a result of campaigning...
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The campaign which is the first of its kind, will kick start at the Earls Court Baby Show later this month on 26th...
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Devon Carrow, from New York, uses the £3,000 'robo-swot' to answer his teachers' questions and take part in group...
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According to the survey, the average student will have used up their first term's loan by November 20 – just 51 days...
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Michael Gove, the education secretary, who came under fire when he axed ringfenced funding for a national school sport...
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The IOP study indicates that the situation is likely to be similar in schools across the UK. The research also shows...
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The report, launched by Boris Johnson and Mo Farah says frisbees, cheerleading and Zumba dancing should be used to...
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Firms across the UK are struggling to recruit engineers and the report says 100,000 Stem graduates are needed a year...
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