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Wages stagnate as private schools control fees
Private school teachers’ salaries have risen less than 1 per cent this year, despite record numbers of pupils taking up places. Just over half a million pupils now...
EBacc reforms fail to boost A-level languages
Increased uptake in languages at GCSE following the government’s English Baccalaureate reform is not boosting A-level take-up as expected. Instead, numbers are drastically falling. Speaking at a Westminster...
We’re sticking with maths and English to 18, says Labour
Shadow education secretary Tristram Hunt has reaffirmed Labour’s commitment to introduce compulsory English and maths for pupils up to the age of 18 after receiving the backing of...
Count on us and you shall go to the prom, says credit union
Schools that hold proms are being approached to advertise credit union loans for families facing the burden of buying formal wear. Harlowsave, a credit union in the Essex...
Norwich primary searches for four unqualified teachers
A primary school run by Inspiration Trust is advertising for four unqualified teachers with no clear options of how those staff will be trained to get qualified status....
US schools business agreed to repay expenses claimed from academy operator Aurora
The for-profit US parent  company of multi-academy trust Aurora agreed to repay expenses it had claimed for overseas based directors of the East Sussex operation to attend conferences...
Teacher training applicants down on 2014 figures, UCAS figures show
The number of recruits to teacher training programmes are more than 5,000 down in comparison to this time last year, UCAS figures show. And subjects such as business...
Teacher pay recommendations “arbitrarily discriminate” against school leaders, says ASCL
Proposals to change teachers’ pay will do nothing to address the recruitment crisis facing schools, says the ASCL. They also “arbitrarily discriminate” against members of school leadership teams,...
Hunt plans School Direct review
Labour has reaffirmed its commitment to reviewing initial teacher training – with an eye towards introducing a more regional model based on medical deaneries. Shadow education secretary Tristram...
Protesters gatecrash Pearson's annual general meeting over education privatisation concerns
The top boss of London-based education firm Pearson was forced to defend his company’s record on investing in “low-cost” private schools in deprived countries after protesters gatecrashed its...
Former Kings Science Academy trio set for trial next year
The founder of one the country’s first free schools and two of its senior members of staff are set to go on trial for fraud offences. Sajid Hussain Raza, the...