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Revealed: Who are England’s happiest teachers?

Teachers are happier and more satisfied with life than the average graduate – but their job satisfaction has fallen...

James Carr
James Carr
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Number of NLEs and NLGs drops 20% as system leadership review continues

The number of national leaders of education and governance working in the school system has declined by around a...

James Carr
James Carr
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School funding settlement ‘won’t help schools in financial hardship’

Government plans to “level up” school funding risks wasting public money and will fail to help schools struggling with...

James Carr
James Carr
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Just 1 in 6 pupils pass English and maths GCSE after ‘managed move’

Just 1 in 6 pupils who leave schools via so-called “managed moves” go on to pass their English and...

James Carr
James Carr
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Schools need more time to teach reformed GCSE maths, say teachers

Schools may have to spend more time teaching GCSE maths following an increase in content ushered in under reforms...

James Carr
James Carr
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Exam malpractice: More pupils caught with mobile phones

The number of pupils caught with mobile phones in exams continues to rise, while the number of teachers penalised...

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James Carr
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DfE won’t reveal CEO pay offenders because it would ‘sour relationships’

The government won’t reveal which academy trusts cut their chief executive pay following warning letters – admitting ministers have...

James Carr
James Carr
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Sir Rod Aldridge becomes patron of own academy trust

The millionaire businessman behind Aldridge Education academy trust has been named as its patron after relinquishing his role as...

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James Carr
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Teachers’ heartbreak as pupil poverty overshadows Christmas

For children living in poverty, school provides much more than just an education – it’s a lifeline. Thousands of...

James Carr
James Carr