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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

Scottish councils unite to tackle teacher shortages

Scottish councils are set to unite in an effort to tackle teacher shortages.

31 August 2015

Sir Greg Martin retires from Durand Academy amid investigation

Durand Academy is currently being investigated by Parliament's Public Accounts Committee.

28 August 2015

Recession teachers 'get better results'

Teachers hired during the recession are more likely to get better results.

28 August 2015

Dugdale wages war on education inequality

New Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale claims more needs to be done to bridge the gap between state and private education.

21 August 2015

UK sixth form colleges face funding struggles

A number of sixth form colleges fear for their financial future after government cuts, despite recording better results than other institutions.

18 August 2015

UK university admissions edge closer to 500k

Ucas claims it received over 1.2 million enquiries to its clearing service.

14 August 2015

Former higher education minister calls for university admissions upheaval

Bill Rammell claims post-qualification applications would make university admissions more effective.

13 August 2015

OCR 'close' to missing results deadline

OCR came in for criticism after nearly delivering results late.

10 August 2015

'Chinese School' sparks debate among UK education leaders

Chinese School documentary has led to plenty of debate among many UK education leaders.

5 August 2015

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