A school that was once one of the worst in the country is now one of the best after top exam results and a...More
Durham teaching assistants will co-ordinate industrial action in the coming weeks…More
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The latest TES Teacher Recruitment Index from TES Global shows that schools filled a higher proportion of...More
Experiment involving 10,600 students finds up to 10% improvement in exam grades and pass rates for worst...More
Analysis gives an indication of the number of schools that may be targeted for interventionMore
More pupils in England defied government policy as figures for overall absence rates and those who...More
Primary schools across the borough have spent almost £1m on supply teachers in a year…More
A ballot of nearly 2,000 Unison members results in 93% vote for industrial action against Labour-led...More
October 2016 Education Executive
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