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A group of educationists scrutinising the consequences of teachers working until their late 60s expect their interim findings to be published this month, seven months after they were...
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The boss of the country’s largest multi-academy trust has announced he is stepping down from his role as chief executive. Ian Comfort, who has led the 67-school Academies...
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One of the country’s largest academy trusts is to open a 16-19 free school offering only vocational courses and GCSE resits. The Harris Professional Skills Sixth Form (HPS6F),...
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Ofsted has abandoned its policy of publishing good practice to help to dispel myths that it insists on “prescribed methods of teaching and learning”. The watchdog launched a...
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Teachers have been urged to wise up to behaviourial changes in girl pupils after a new report found a “silent army of lost girls” is suffering with extreme...
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Boys are being outperformed by girls in literacy because they read less thoroughly than their female classmates, new research has found. A study of more than 850,000 primary...
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A university technical college with low pupil numbers has been ditched by an academy trust for costing too much, while recruitment problems in another has forced it to...
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Nearly £13 million in pledged capital funding is still owed to the government by eight academy sponsors, with two trusts owing more than £10 million between them. Early...
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A philosophy programme that claims to improve reading and maths skills for pupils as young as nine has been granted a further £1.2 million for testing on a...
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Parents with children in selective education areas are at parliament tonight to discuss with MPs their personal experiences of the “damage caused” by grammar schools. The meeting has...
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Academy trusts that want to set up “virtual centres of excellence” should be “cautious” about expected results, warns a technology director at a chain that already delivers online...