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NUS begins bid to save maintenance grants

The NUS has launched a legal bid to save maintenance grants, which are due to be scrapped by the Conservative government.

30 September 2015

Barrowford school rated 'inadequate' by Ofsted

Ofsted claims academic standards have slipped for the sake of emotional development.

30 September 2015

Parents want more of a voice in the running of schools

PTA UK claims parents want more of a say in how schools are educating children.

30 September 2015

Success of merged colleges under question

Scotland's Public Audit Committee remains unconvinced about the benefits of college mergers.

28 September 2015

Parents hoping island environment will attract new teacher

School in Barra is looking to find a new maths teacher.

23 September 2015

Head teachers push for fairer funding

Head teachers claim there needs to be a greater emphasis on making funding fairer.

23 September 2015

Lack of support causing teachers in England to quit, watchdog warns

Ofsted chief Sir Michael Wilshaw claims head teachers need to offer more support to new recruits.

17 September 2015

Is early secondary school failing pupils?

Pupils at Key Stage 3 level are being let down by secondary schools' diversion of resources to older pupils, Oftsed has claimed.

10 September 2015

Doubt cast over free childcare scheme

A scheme to extend free childcare places in England has been doubted by a headteachers' union.

8 September 2015

Failing schools 'should pay levy for retakes' says think tank

A leading think tank claims schools that fail to gain good grades in GCSE maths and English should pay a levy for retakes.

31 August 2015

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