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As new free schools are due to open this month, some have opened in temporary accommodation and others have had to delay due to lack of suitable site....
The introduction of universal free school meals for infants this month means questions are being asked about their nutritional and monetary value. However solicitor, Jade Kent, asks a...
In 2009, Ofsted trialled no notice inspections. This week they announced a second attempt. Liam Collins explains some unexpected problems of this idea. Earlier this week, when Sir...
Teachers returning to their classrooms after a mild September weekend would today be forgiven for believing two Tristram Hunts are roving Labour conference this year. The first attended...
Each week during the political conference season we will be inviting a commentator to give their views on what education policies they wish to see announced. The Labour...
Rebecca Allen, reader in the economics of education at the Institute of Education, asks whether teacher journal clubs can improve classroom practice A teacher journal club is the...
Beware: most people make five common mistakes when they’re talking about research, writes Laura McInerney, deputy editor of Schools Week The problem with being the sort of person...
Tom Sherrington, headteacher at Highbury Grove School, north London, on how research can be absorbed into classroom practice in a meaningful way The aim of my talk was...
Last week, as many teachers sweated through their first day back in the classroom, education secretary  Nicky Morgan dropped a bombshell. Or did she? The furore kicked off when...
Our very own Deputy Editor Laura McInerney kicks-off the opinion piece section with what led her into journalism and the role at Schools Week Growing up my mum only ever...

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