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UK council leaders want more local govt power

UK council join forces to call for greater devolution of power from central to local government.

29 April 2015

ASCL: STRB’s pay recommendations not good enough

The ASCL says that the STRB’s recommendations over teachers’ pay is not good enough.

28 April 2015

NHS ‘faces monumental challenges’ ahead

The NHS faces some of its biggest challenges in the immediate future, says a new report.

24 April 2015

Headteachers: Enthusiasm for senior roles has increased

School leaders say that interest in entering teaching has waned since 2010.

24 April 2015

Councils need more power to manage school places

The NAHT says local authorities need more power to make decisions on school places.

23 April 2015

Local govt can benefit from a ‘strategic use of procurement’

A chief executive of a council says that procurement can boost the resourcefulness and effectiveness of a local authority.

22 April 2015

Charity ‘starts at home’

It is vital charities engage their staff in much the same way they work with beneficiaries, says a professional.

21 April 2015

NHS England ‘lacks transparency’ over private sector contracts

The Centre for Health and the Public Interest reports that the NHS needs to be better at monitoring and managing the performance of private sector contractors.

20 April 2015

Sir David Nicholson warns of financial problems within the NHS

Sir David Nicholson, former chief executive of the NHS, says the finances of the service are in a dire condition.

16 April 2015

Trust a ‘key ingredient’ to successful leadership

Employers need to be trusted if they are to be a successful leader, says an expert.

14 April 2015

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