A new state boarding school could close after a government funding agency announced it is to stop giving...More
Half of secondary schools in England are over-subscribed, with the best being the hardest to get a place...More
Two-thirds of colleges have dropped courses as a result of funding cuts, according to research by the...More
Councils are better at improving school standards than academy sponsors, the LGA has claimed after a new...More
The education secretary says there is a 'strong case' for continued pay restraint…More
Sir Amyas Morse says moving to a 'relatively unregulated' school system will lead to 'more...More
Justine Greening’s announcement a week before Commons debate removes concern over training for 16- to...More
The Wakefield City Academies Trust says that 'proper processes' were followed and contracts represented...More
School playing field sales hit record high as cash-strapped councils try to raise funds despite...More
Teachers are leaving state schools at the rate of nearly one in three over pay, workload and pensions…More
October 2016 Education Executive
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