International

Young people educated in a private secondary school were 12 percentage points more likely than their state-educated peers to...

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Richard Tice is the CEO of Quidnet Capital LLP, an asset management firm specialising in real estate. He joined the firm from CLS Holdings, a ‘...

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World Bank investment in Bridge International Academies in Kenya via its subsidiary organisation IFC* is to be investigated...

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Pupils in England are more segregated by ability than almost every other country in the world, analysis by John Jerrim ,...

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The ethnicity ‘attainment gap’

The Education Policy Institute (EPI) has produced a table showing ‘attainment gaps’ for ethnic...

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It’s vital to fight fake news, education secretary Damian Hinds said in a recent press release .

He’s...

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When Donald met Ron

In the autumn of 2016, Donald Trump paid a visit to a charter school in Cleveland, Ohio. Candidate Trump...

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The following are my personal views arising from Greta’s words .

On climate change

Like Greta, I am with David Attenborough and...

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The reform of the modern education system began early in the 19th Century. What eventually became known as the Education Reform Movement dates...

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'We [the Treasury] were able to increase the education budget by £1.3 billion last year... ', the Chief Secretary to the Treasury Liz Truss told...

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This was the subject of the Channel 4 ‘Dispatches’ programme broadcast on 4 February 2019.

As the number of children leaving...

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EU joins donors uneasy about commercialisation of education

The EU Parliament this week passed a Resolution banning...

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The present system in England harms all pupils

There’s something in the air – and it’s not just too-early Christmas music...

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Prioritising data and results is endemic…

Ofsted has seen evidence of declining education quality driven by narrowing the...

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ASCL launches inquiry into system leaving pupils 'deflated'

The Association of Schools and Colleges has launched an...

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Hinds's defence (or is it defiance?) is ill-founded

The education secretary Damian Hinds defended the ‘broad thrust’ of data claims made...

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Desperate attempt to make it appear DfE data has OECD seal of approval

In its panicked attempts to defuse the severe...

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UKSA chair appears to be losing patience - and not before time

Sir David Norgrove, Chair of the UK Statistics Authority (...

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