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Momentum continues for fight to give teachers free research journal access

A petition calling for teachers to be given free access to research journals continues to attract new supporters. On Friday,...

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Government puts £1.8bn price tag on Labour school policies

Labour’s school policies could cost more than £1.8bn to implement should the party win the general election, the government...

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Give teachers free access to academic research, says petition

Teachers should be given free access to research journals to help drive improvement in education, according to a petition...

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More schools hit with exam malpractice penalties

The number of school and colleges issued with penalties for exam malpractice increased sharply this summer, newly released figures...

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DfE agrees to publish regional schools commissioner registers of interests

Education ministers have committed to greater transparency around regional schools commissioners, following criticism of them as “unaccountable and opaque”. Responding...

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Ofqual accredits six new practical maths qualifications

Children could be taught how to calculate change in house prices, or the value of mortgages, as part of...

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Four academy trusts hit with financial notices to improve

A slew of financial notices to improve for academy trusts have been published this afternoon by the Education Funding...

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Missed teacher training targets ‘storing up trouble’

Concerns have been raised about efforts to train sufficient numbers of teachers after figures were released showing that the...

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Ofsted raises safeguarding concerns at six independent faith schools in Tower Hamlets

Six independent Muslim faith schools have also been hit with “serious concerns” from Ofsted over the safeguarding of their...

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