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Thame Gazette
Schools ‘should be fined’ if pupils fail to meet key GCSE targets Should schools be fined over GCSEs? Secondary schools should face fines if st
Schools ‘should be fined’ if pupils fail to meet key GCSE targets
Thame Gazette / Posted yesterday
Should schools be fined over GCSEs? Secondary schools should face fines if students fail to achieve at least a C at GCSE in English and maths, a think tank has said. Funds raised... Read more
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Aylesbury Today
Schools ‘should be fined’ if pupils fail to meet key GCSE targets Should schools be fined over GCSEs? Secondary schools should face fines if st
Schools ‘should be fined’ if pupils fail to meet key GCSE targets
Aylesbury Today / Posted yesterday
Should schools be fined over GCSEs? Secondary schools should face fines if students fail to achieve at least a C at GCSE in English and maths, a think tank has said. Funds raised... Read more
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Luton Today
Schools ‘should be fined’ if pupils fail to meet key GCSE targets Should schools be fined over GCSEs? Secondary schools should face fines if st
Schools ‘should be fined’ if pupils fail to meet key GCSE targets
Luton Today / Posted yesterday
Should schools be fined over GCSEs? Secondary schools should face fines if students fail to achieve at least a C at GCSE in English and maths, a think tank has said. Funds raised... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Schools ‘should be fined’ if pupils fail to meet key GCSE targets Should schools be fined over GCSEs? Secondary schools should face fines if st
Schools ‘should be fined’ if pupils fail to meet key GCSE targets
Banbury Guardian / Posted yesterday
Should schools be fined over GCSEs? Secondary schools should face fines if students fail to achieve at least a C at GCSE in English and maths, a think tank has said. Funds raised... Read more
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chroniclelive
Fresh call for high quality candidates to train as nursery teachers to hand the North East's youngsters a boostA fresh call has been launched for high quality candidates to train as nursery
Fresh call for high quality candidates to train as nursery teachers to hand the North East's youngsters a boost
chroniclelive / Posted yesterday
A fresh call has been launched for high quality candidates to train as nursery teachers to hand the North East’s youngsters a boost. Across the region 86% of nurseries and other early years providers are rated as good or outstanding, up 21% on... Read more
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The New Statesman
Sadiq Khan is the radical Mayor that Londoners needFailing schools ought to be fined, says a think tank. But contrary to popular o
Sadiq Khan is the radical Mayor that Londoners need
The New Statesman / Posted 4 days ago
Failing schools ought to be fined, says a think tank. But contrary to popular opinion, sharing is not caring in the modern education sector. An expanded system demands better funding. According to a report published on Tuesday by the right-leaning... Read more
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The New Statesman
Far from helping students, fines for resits will make things worseFailing schools ought to be fined, says a think tank. But contrary to popular o
Far from helping students, fines for resits will make things worse
The New Statesman / Posted 4 days ago
Failing schools ought to be fined, says a think tank. But contrary to popular opinion, sharing is not caring in the modern education sector. An expanded system demands better funding. According to a report published on Tuesday by the right-leaning... Read more
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Independent
Schools should be 'fined' if pupils fail get C at English and maths GCSEs, think-tank saysThe cash would then be passed on to further education colleges to help them tea
Schools should be 'fined' if pupils fail get C at English and maths GCSEs, think-tank says
Independent / Posted 7 days ago
The cash would then be passed on to further education colleges to help them teach the thousands of pupils who have to sit those exam again under new government legislation. The “fine” or “resit levy” is floated in a report by the influential... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Teachers' careers could stall unless they become markersLast month it emerged that the AQA exam board produced a sample history questio
Teachers' careers could stall unless they become markers
Daily Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
Last month it emerged that the AQA exam board produced a sample history question which asked students to spot the difference between two pictures of parliament. One was from the 18th century and the other one a current image. This led to accusations... Read more
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express
Teaching union is forced to withdraw anti-Israeli 'propaganda' from British classrooms A TEACHING union has been forced to withdraw a controversial pro-Palestinian
Teaching union is forced to withdraw anti-Israeli 'propaganda' from British classrooms
express / Posted 27 days ago
A TEACHING union has been forced to withdraw a controversial pro-Palestinian education pack amid accusations it was anti-Semitic “political propaganda”. Pupils... Read more
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express
Anger at anti-Israel 'propaganda' promoted by teaching union for use in British schools CAMPAIGNERS have reacted with fury after it emerged that children as young as
Anger at anti-Israel 'propaganda' promoted by teaching union for use in British schools
express / Posted 28 days ago
CAMPAIGNERS have reacted with fury after it emerged that children as young as three are being taught using pro-Palestinian “political propaganda”. Campaigners... Read more
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