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Cambridge University applicants to face extra written test

Cambridge University is set to roll out a new written test for applicants.

8 February 2016

Oxbridge 'out of reach' for many local schoolchildren

Poor children living in some of England's richest areas are not being given a fair chance, new research has suggested.

31 January 2016

Ofsted warns schools could be downgraded for face veils

Schools that allow pupils or members of staff to wear veils may be penalised by inspectors.

30 January 2016

Pressure grows on bringing an end to limits on religious free schools

A leading charity says barriers preventing faith-based free schools should be removed.

30 January 2016

Admissions complaints should be limited, experts warn

Officials have called for a limit on the number of complaints made regarding school admissions.

29 January 2016

College mergers 'could harm higher education chances for students'

The NUS has warned that proposals to merge colleges could see students abandon their education.

29 January 2016

Teachers don't have control over ed tech, report shows

Teaching staff often do not have a say over the technology used in their classrooms.

20 January 2016

Academy RSCs 'must improve clarity and transparency'

MPs have outlined a number of ways in which Regional Schools Commissioners must improve.

20 January 2016

Academy chain to scrap governing bodies

A letter has been written to governors to inform them of the academy chain’s decision.

20 January 2016

West Dunbartonshire schools in one-day strike

Schools across West ​Dunbartonshire closed their doors amid an ongoing row over changes to how schools are managed.

14 January 2016

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