Today’s news review looks at a report on post-19 education, support for school libraries, the cost of childcare for children below school age and the royal charters for the UK's research councils
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Today, Friday 4 November, Dyson announced that it will be launching an Institute of Technology in partnership with Warwick University that will offer engineering degree apprenticeships to twenty five students a year. The succesful applications will work for Dyson in …
Today's news review looks at the annoucnement of a new Institute of Technology from Dyson and a highly speculative report into school funding.
Today’s news review looks at figures published in Parliament that reveal the difference a grammar school education can make to disadvantaged children and the More Than a Score coalition.
Today’s news review looks at provisional GCSE performance data, showing the positive outcomes for disadvantaged pupils at grammar schools. It also responds to a new report from the TUC on the gender pay gap.
Today’s news review looks at coverage of Key Stage 2 statistics, claims that graduate vacancies have fallen and school uniform costs.
Todays news review looks at academy finances, GCSE results and the government's 30-hour free childcare offer.
To mark GCSE results day, School Standards Minister Nick Gibb writes in today's Telegraph to congratulate the hundreds of thousands of 16-year-olds who received their results.
Today’s news review looks at the advice given to pupils on their A level subject choices, careers support, our GCSE reforms and the size of a primary school class in Hull
The Education Secretary Justine Greening and School Standards Minister Nick Gibb congratulate the hundreds of thousands of 16-year-olds receiving their GCSE results today.