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Two organisations named to deliver government's new 'school leader' qualifications
The government is to launch revamped leadership qualifications for school leaders in September using two organisations incorporating over 100 teaching school alliances and multi-academy trusts. The Department for...
Key academies spending document delayed... AGAIN
The Department for Education’s promised first key transparency report into academy finances will be published three months late, despite department chief Jonathan Slater telling MPs twice that it...
Wilshaw's £15k bonus, and 6 more Ofsted annual report findings
Sir Michael Wilshaw was awarded a bonus of at least £15,000 in his final year as chief inspector, despite Ofsted having to make savings to meet a shrinking...
Bids sought for £10m foreign teacher recruitment drive
The government plans to spend up to £10 million recruiting and training hundreds of foreign physics, maths and languages teachers to meet increasing demand for new school staff...
DfE amends grammar schools research after complaint to stats watchdog
The government has been forced to backtrack on claims it made about the popularity of grammar schools following a complaint to the UK Statistics Authority. In an ad-hoc...
Two schools fail cladding fire safety tests
Two schools in London have been found to have combustible cladding during tests carried out by the government following the Grenfell blaze. Checks on schools with Aluminium Composite...
Secondary school pupil numbers to rise by a fifth as population bulge hits
A population bulge is expected to send pupil numbers in secondary schools soaring by 19 per cent over the next eight years, government projections show. The Department for...
Ofsted misses short inspections target for second year running
Ofsted has missed its target for the number of short inspections it carries out for the second year running – although the watchdog seems to be catching up...
The 6 key policy recommendations from the Social Market Foundation's inequality study
The Social Market Foundation has today published the results of its Commission on Inequality in Education. You can read the full story on the report by the commission,...
Teachers '70% more likely' to leave schools in poorer areas
Teachers at the most deprived secondary schools are 70 per cent more likely to leave their jobs than those working in the most affluent areas, leaving their pupils...
Former minister Robert Halfon elected as education select committee chair
Robert Halfon, a former education minister and staunch critic of the prime minister, has been elected as chair of the House of Commons education committee. Halfon beat opponents...