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Academies 'no better' for poorer pupils

A new report has warned that academies may not necessarily lead to better results among disadvantaged pupils.

29 July 2015

Poorest students could owe as much as £53k

Some of the poorest university students could owe as much as £53,000 once maintenance grants are replaced with loans.

23 July 2015

Large number of FE Institutions facing financial difficulties

A large number of further education institutions are enduring financial difficulties.

21 July 2015

Universities to do more to admit disadvantaged students

The Office for Fair Access says universities need to do more to attract disadvantaged students.

17 July 2015

Birmingham free school in 'special measures'

Birmingham's Perry Beeches III free school is to go into special measures.

10 July 2015

Teacher vacancies rise across England

Vacancies for teaching posts have risen across England.

7 July 2015

GatenbySanderson ranked in the Top 5 of Interim Management Providers

This year, the Institute of Interim Managers (IIM) annual survey received responses from nearly 3000 active interim managers. We are delighted that GatenbySanderson was ranked 5th out of 80 recruitment firm providers listed.  

7 July 2015

School governors ‘highly influential for the direction of a school’

Education secretary Nicky Morgan says that most best-performing schools have high-quality governors in place.

30 June 2015

Govt outlines plans to turnaround ‘coasting schools’

The government has outlined its plans to help coasting schools boost their standard of education.

30 June 2015

More Oxbridge graduates teaching in state schools

Oxbridge graduates teaching in state schools more than doubles, says new study.

23 June 2015

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