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Entrenched gender bias and out-of-date family expectations can hold back pupils’ aspirations
Amanda Spielman urges headteachers to focus on more rounded education
Compulsory foreign languages in schools will boost skills
Little difference in funding among institutions that improve and those that do not
England, Scotland and Wales all have different student loans systems, but greater simplicity is needed
My ex-husband and I have recently divorced and have a school-aged son
Charity chief defends schools, saying singling out ethnic groups for special treatment is ‘obnoxious’
Partnerships are spreading just as Beijing is tightening ideological control of education
Election pledges unlikely to help disadvantaged children, says think-tank
NHS, education and social care to get more funding and universal credit axed
Four out of five students say they are not taught enough practical money lessons in schools
Prices of private school retail bonds have dipped over recent months.
Cash prizes offered to teenagers writers on a variety of finance topics
Measures neglect student backgrounds and underestimate success in north
What impact are record numbers of overseas students having on these very British institutions?
Less affluent areas will suffer most under Johnson education pledges, say teachers’ unions
‘Abolish Eton’ may be a snappy slogan but implementing it would be costly and drawn-out
Study raises concerns that trusts are manipulating system to improve results
Resentment at UK university fast-track should be channelled into rethinking A-levels and admissions
An attempt to analyse the price of a prestigious education.
Headteachers say Labour plan might violate human rights legislation
Angela Rayner may have to seek less dramatic ways of curtailing the fee-paying sector
Party vows to take control of ‘endowments, investments and properties’
Shadow chancellor supports ‘Abolish Eton’ motion to be debated at party conference
An explosion in student numbers triggered a property boom in some post-industrial cities but the market is suffering from oversupply