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Bulk of council tax to go towards 'social care'

The LGA says that more than half of what people pay for council tax will be spent on social care.

26 March 2015

Leadership expert lauds PM's two-term commitment

Richard Hytner of the London Business School says David Cameron's commitment to serving two terms as prime minister is laudable.

25 March 2015

David Cameron says no to a third term as PM

David Cameron says he holds no ambition to serve as prime minister for three terms, if re-elected in May's General Election.

24 March 2015

More female headteachers needed

MP calls for more opportunities for women to secure leadership roles in education.

20 March 2015

£1 million in funding secured to find high-calibre school governors

The DfE announces that extra funding has been allocated to a new scheme to find talented school governors.

19 March 2015

Teacher stress levels 'increasing'

School leaders have their work cut out, as new research shows that teacher stress levels are rising.

18 March 2015

Local leadership needed to boost child mental health services

Local leadership and collaboration by all stakeholders is needed to boost child mental health services.

17 March 2015

Charity leaders asked to regularly review operations

Charity leaders and trustees have been reminded of the importance of reviewing their operations.

16 March 2015

Govt to launch new drive to boost science and maths teachers in schools

The government is to launch a new drive to encourage more people to take up science and maths teaching posts in schools.

11 March 2015

David Cameron promises 500 new free schools

Prime minister David Cameron promises 500 new free schools if the Conservatives win the General Election in May.

9 March 2015

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