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Exam board marking scandal is ‘not something we will tolerate’, Education Secretary warns The AQA marking scandal is “not something we will tolerate”, the Education Secretary has warned, as he says that he is “ready to listen” if the regulator wants more powers to issue larger fines. Read more here Continue Reading
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Exam board marking scandal is ‘not something we will tolerate’, Education Secretary warns The AQA marking scandal is “not something we will tolerate”, the Education Secretary has warned, as he says that he is “ready to listen” if the regulator wants more powers... Continue Reading
The Education Policy Institute has published its latest assessment of the free schools programme in England. The new report draws on the most recent data from the Department for Education, providing the most detailed, up to date findings on free schools Read more here Continue Reading
Career ambitions ‘already limited by age of seven’ By the age of seven, children are already facing limits on their future aspirations in work, according to a report from the OECD international economics think tank. Read more here Continue Reading
Homeschooling on rise as some parents teach children themselves to avoid prosecution for truancy Homeschooling is on the rise, figures show, with some parents teaching their children themselves to avoid prosecution and fines. Read more here Continue Reading
Regions receiving biggest rise in school funding revealed The East Midlands and the South West are among the biggest winners out of a government boost to school funding. Both regions will get a 5% increase in per pupil... Continue Reading
The Future Shape of the Education System The Confederation of School Trusts (CST) today launches its sector-led ‘white paper’ on the future shape of the education system in England at a conference for 200 trust leaders in Lancashire... Continue Reading