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Pupils with special education needs and disabilities (SEND) are missing out on school places because councils are not doing enough to ensure they get the help they need,...
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More opportunities for part-time working must urgently be created in secondary schools to try and prevent the increasing number of older teachers leaving the sector, according to a...
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An academy trust has agreed to council demands for access to facilities at two of its schools, in return for lifting restrictions that prevented younger pupils from using...
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An online learning platform that claims to get students top grades or their money back is expanding into schools. Up Learn was founded two years ago by new...
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Mystery surrounds a meeting between an education minister and a furniture company over potential academy sponsorship, especially as the retailer has refused to confirm whether it even took...
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The government is “discriminating” against citizenship teachers and harming social mobility, the chief executive of the Association for Citizenship Teaching will tell the House of Lords this week....
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Thousands of children across the England will take part in new trials to assess whether skills like music, drama and journalism can boost their achievements at primary school....
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Foster families around the country are being forced to pay for what should be free school transport – but councils will now be warned against the practice. The...
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Nottingham council’s pioneering approach to capping overtime for teachers has won plaudits across the sector – but the number of schools committing remains low. The city’s education improvement...
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A second report into the implications of teachers retiring later is expected to find that older teachers are capable of continuing work, but may need extra support. The...
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The government appears to be tightening its grip on what is taught in schools, and is advertising three senior jobs handling curriculum policy. According to the job advert,...