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Gaia Technologies, a supplier of ICT services to schools whose government approval was suspended in August when Gaia entered...

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State schools in England are legally required to submit school census returns to the Department for Education (DfE). The...

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Per-pupil spending in England will be ‘almost back’ to 2009/10 levels in real terms by 2022/23, says the Institute for...

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Vote for us and we’ll promise more funding for public services, more investment in infrastructure and a more golden future than...

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Hanson School, Bradford , has been waiting to become an academy since 2011. Two trusts, SPTA and WCAT, abandoned the school....

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A nationwide campaign to ensure children starting school would be ‘ready to learn’ was launched by the Department for Education...

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Proposals for new free schools have to include an impact assessment. These estimate the likely effect of the new provision on...

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The International Academy of Greenwich (IAG), a free school opened in September 2016, has announced its closure.

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The new Progress 8 measure helps parents choose the ‘right [secondary] school for their child’, writes the Department for Education. It’s media...

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There’s an ‘urgent need’ to restore confidence in the system which supports provision for children and young people with special...

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The annual round for academy trusts to bid for funding from the Condition Improvement Fund opened yesterday, the Department for...

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UK journalists have been sucked into ‘Johnsons fake news machine’, writes Peter Oborne in an Open Democracy article . He claims...

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Personnel in the Department for Education’s PR section must be getting hoarse judging by the number of times the £14m funding...

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T-levels, the Level Three technical equivalent to A levels, are presented as the ‘technical gold standard’ by the government....

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Baroness Barron, like many Conservatives, thinks the recently-announced £14bn extra investment in education in England, is a...

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The SEND reforms of 2014 were right: they put children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND)...

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£200k was paid by the Department for Education to Deloitte to wind up the notorious Wakefield City Academies Trust , BBC’s...

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‘I believe passionately that talent, skill & genius is distributed uniformly across the UK, but opportunity is not...

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