Private schools risk becoming cut off from all but the "most excessively wealthy" famil... More
Most women no longer have to choose between having a family and pursuing a career, but care needs... More
Sharp rises in private education fees are showing little sign of "slowing down" as scho... More
Britain’s education system is being undermined by the “politics of envy” and a ... More
The benefits of single-sex education have been exaggerated and make no difference to exam results... More
Schools are deliberating censoring children’s achievement... More
Private schools must avoid becoming "isolated enclaves of privilege" by engaging with t... More
Nearly a quarter of independent schools are struggling to keep up with current regulatory complia... More
A “yes” vote in the Scottish referendum could result in a boom in recruitment for ind... More
Two in five parents think every child should have the chance to go to private school, regardless ... More
September Education Executive
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Independent Executive is a management magazine and website for forward-thinking school leaders of independent schools. The magazine covers everything the modern school leader encounters, with news and analysis relating to the changes in the changing education sector. Our strapline, ‘Independent thinking for independent schools’, drives everything that makes us unique and leading in this sector. We feature a host of editorial content to help decision-makers in the independent sector choose the right options to ensure they do best by their pupils. From case studies, to in-depth sector analyses, quick tips to news, Independent Executive has all the information the modern independent school leader needs to make those decisions, whether they be financial, managerial or strategic in nature.
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