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Eton College appoints first woman deputy head

Shared from on 28 November 2016

Eton College has appointed its first ever female deputy head.

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Boarding school principal ‘gave go-ahead on exam cheating’

Shared from on 11 October 2016

The principal at a boarding school presided over “a culture of cheating” and “exam fraud”, a tribunal heard.

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Boarding school principal ‘gave go-ahead on exam cheating’

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The principal at a boarding school presided over “a culture of cheating” and “exam fraud”, a tribunal heard.

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‘Futile’ strike by teachers will disrupt thousands of schools

Shared from on 5 July 2016

Ministers have criticised today’s strike by the largest teachers’ union as a “futile, politically motivated gesture” that will disrupt education.

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‘Futile’ strike by teachers will disrupt thousands of schools

Shared from on 5 July 2016

Ministers have criticised today’s strike by the largest teachers’ union as a “futile, politically motivated gesture” that will disrupt education.

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‘Futile’ strike by teachers will disrupt thousands of schools

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Ministers have criticised today’s strike by the largest teachers’ union as a “futile, politically motivated gesture” that will disrupt education.

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Teachers are leaving as government falls short on recruitment, NAO finds

Shared from on 10 February 2016

Number of teachers leaving the profession has risen 11% over three years, NAO says, and recruitment targets have been missed for past four years

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Teachers are leaving as government falls short on recruitment, NAO finds

Shared from on 10 February 2016

Number of teachers leaving the profession has risen 11% over three years, NAO says, and recruitment targets have been missed for past four years

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Schools ‘must offer apprenticeships option’

Shared from on 26 January 2016

Schools in England are to be required to give vocational routes as much time as academic subjects to help students who want to land apprenticeships.

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‘Highly extroverted’ adults more likely to earn over £40,000 a year, says new research

Shared from on 14 January 2016

Schools should teach self-confidence, according to the authors of new research showing that extroverts tend to earn higher salaries.

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‘Highly extroverted’ adults more likely to earn over £40,000 a year, says new research

Shared from on 14 January 2016

Schools should teach self-confidence, according to the authors of new research showing that extroverts tend to earn higher salaries.

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‘Highly extroverted’ adults more likely to earn over £40,000 a year, says new research

Shared from on 14 January 2016

Schools should teach self-confidence, according to the authors of new research showing that extroverts tend to earn higher salaries.

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Call to reinstate work experience in England’s schools

Shared from on 14 October 2015

Ministers should reinstate compulsory work experience for pupils in English schools, business leaders have urged.

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Tonbridge School lechnician at £35,000-a-year school wins sex discrimination case

Shared from on 13 August 2015

Hannah Miller, 39, was verbally abused by pupils and given less money than her male counterparts, despite 'shouldering 90 per cent of the workload', while working at Tonbridge School, Kent.

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Tonbridge School lechnician at £35,000-a-year school wins sex discrimination case

Shared from on 13 August 2015

Hannah Miller, 39, was verbally abused by pupils and given less money than her male counterparts, despite 'shouldering 90 per cent of the workload', while working at Tonbridge School, Kent.

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