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More young people now in education, employment or training

Government reveals another rise in the number of youngsters in education, employment or training....

Posted on 28/01/2015 - [Read More...]

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Cultural education gets funding boost

The education secretary has pledged extra funding for cultural education programmes....

Posted on 27/01/2015 - [Read More...]

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New GCSE and A-level content published

The content of more rigorous GCSE and A-level qualifications has been published by the government....

Posted on 27/01/2015 - [Read More...]

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Ofsted gets green light to inspect academy chains

Education secretary Nicky Morgan has given Ofsted permission to inspect academy chains. ...

Posted on 26/01/2015 - [Read More...]

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Girls do better than boys 'regardless of gender equality'

A new study reveals girls tend to outperform boys even in areas with high gender inequality....

Posted on 23/01/2015 - [Read More...]

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Technology experts to train teachers in computing

The government is funding training schemes for teachers featuring experts from top technology firms....

Posted on 22/01/2015 - [Read More...]

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How technology is transforming teaching

A look at how technological innovations are transforming the education landscape....

Posted on 21/01/2015 - [Read More...]

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Progress 'should be main measure of primary school success'

A think tank has argued that progress should be used as the main league table measure for primary schools....

Posted on 21/01/2015 - [Read More...]

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Govt publishes new headteacher standards

New headteacher standards published to better reflect the contemporary educational landscape....

Posted on 20/01/2015 - [Read More...]

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Liberal Democrats pledge to end child illiteracy by 2025

Protecting the education budget will enable the Liberal Democrats to end child illiteracy by 2025, says Nick Clegg....

Posted on 19/01/2015 - [Read More...]

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Ofsted could inspect schools twice on same day

Ofsted is currently considering proposals to test schools twice on the same day to improve reliability....

Posted on 16/01/2015 - [Read More...]

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Businesses urged to spend more on education

A new report calls on businesses to pledge more of their CSR budgets to education....

Posted on 15/01/2015 - [Read More...]

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Welsh govt launches Foundation Phase assessment tool

The Welsh government is launching a tool to assess the progress of children in the Foundation Phase....

Posted on 14/01/2015 - [Read More...]

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Campaign launched to promote 'soft skills'

Educators, employers and the government could do more to promote soft skills, new campaign says....

Posted on 14/01/2015 - [Read More...]

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New maths tuition product launches this month

MoreToMaths product aimed at improving youngsters' maths skills is due to launch this month....

Posted on 13/01/2015 - [Read More...]

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