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How can we tackle hate crime with four school systems? | Tim Brighouse

How can we tackle hate crime with four school systems? | Tim Brighouse

There’s no such thing as ‘British values’ – Scotland, England, Wales and Northern Ireland all teach different things

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The north-south divide: a tale of two academies

The north-south divide: a tale of two academies

One school boasts floodlit pitches and is part of a teacher-training scheme. The other struggles to fill posts. Can the ‘northern powerhouse’ fix it?

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Dear Justine Greening, homework widens the gap between rich and poor children | Michael Rosen

Dear Justine Greening, homework widens the gap between rich and poor children | Michael Rosen

Homework is now part of the school curriculum but you forget many children have parents who just can’t help

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Sugary drinks levy will earn schools £415m

Sugary drinks levy will earn schools £415m

Every school in England will get cash to invest in mental health facilities and physical exercise.

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Let councils run academy chains, say MPs

Let councils run academy chains, say MPs

Councils with "strong educational performance" could help struggling academies, a committee says.

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Commons report raises doubts over benefits of multi-academy trusts

Commons report raises doubts over benefits of multi-academy trusts

MPs say evidence of Mats improving pupils’ grades is inconclusive and that ministers are not in a position to show trusts are good use of public money

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Children in UK s poorest areas 10 times more likely to go into care

Children in UK s poorest areas 10 times more likely to go into care

Study finds one in 60 children taken into care in most deprived areas compared with one in 660 in the wealthiest

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Nantwich parents protest over school funding

Nantwich parents protest over school funding

Parents in Cheshire say government proposals to "end the postcode lottery" in school funding will leave their children worse off.

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Bollin Primary School shuts with immediate effect in teaching row

Bollin Primary School shuts with immediate effect in teaching row

The closure follows a staff strike over an "oppressive" system of measuring teachers and pupils.

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School to charge parents for GCSE exams if children skip lessons

School to charge parents for GCSE exams if children skip lessons

A school in Essex is to force parents to pay for their children’s GCSE exams if pupils miss too many classes.  Colchester Academy Principle, Fiona Pierson, brought in the initiative in an attempt to stop truancy at the school.   If a pupil is absent for more than 10 per cent the timetable for one subject – equivalent to 20 lessons in a year – their parents will be asked to pay £65 for each exam in that subject.

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