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The government must “bear some responsibility” for the rise in the number of pupils with mental ill-health, the National Education Union has said. According to the union, growing...
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Funding to help the most talented pupils get a place at private music, dance and drama schools has been extended, but unions have warned the majority of children...
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A Catholic boarding school under investigation over its handling of abuse allegations has been stripped of its safeguarding responsibilities by the Charity Commission. An interim manager has been...
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Grammar schools do not have better pupil attainment than other state schools and should be closed for the negative impact they have on social mobility, a new study...
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Universities are being sought by the government to open specialist post-16 free schools to encourage more pupils to study maths at A-level. The government will also provide £350,000...
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The parliamentary ombudsman is to investigate the government’s handling of a school closure in Coventry. Clare McArthur, a campaigner and former teacher, has complained about the way Department...
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A university technical college which owed the government over half a million pounds after it overestimated its pupil numbers has been served with a financial notice to improve...
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A director at the troubled Bright Tribe Trust has resigned days after his UTC was criticised by the government for paying out hundreds of thousands of pounds to...
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Two schools formerly run by the Wakefield City Academies Trust (WCAT) have found a new sponsor, leaving just two still without a home. The Department for Education has...