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Justine Greening
Member of Parliament for Putney, Roehampton and Southfields constituency. Secretary of State for Education and Minister for Women and Equalities.
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DfE 9h
Yesterday’s results show standards are continuing to rise in our primary schools – and our recent rise up the PIRLS rankings puts the success of our reforms and the hard work of on a global scale
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DfE 12h
Read about the consultation launched today to strengthen Qualified Status and improve career progression for teachers:
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DfE 10h
Latest data shows that 72% of pupils met the expected standard in reading, 75% in maths and 77% in grammar, punctuation and spelling:
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DfE 9h
Institutes of will play a vital role in unlocking our nation’s potential. , and providers can now apply for a share of £170m to establish them:
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DfE 14h
. writes in on the launch of a new consultation on career progression:
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East Anglian Daily Times Dec 14
. backs Opportunity Area action plan to improve social mobility, during visit to
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Penny Mordaunt MP 16h
Well done & huge thanks to all those teachers & parents who have helped raised standards.
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Conservatives Dec 14
We're taking ambitious measures to unlock talent and see pupils fulfil their potential – no matter their background. That's why we're boosting funding and support for the people and places that need it most, helping to make Britain fit for the future post-Brexit.
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DfE Dec 14
Great news! Latest data shows that 61% of pupils met or exceeded the expected standard in reading, writing and maths:
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Ipswich Star Dec 14
. backs Opportunity Area action plan to improve social mobility, during visit to
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Uni of Suffolk Dec 14
Secretary of State for Education and Minister for Women and Equalities visited the University today to discuss issues of social mobility:
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CDC Dec 14
We welcome 's commitment to improve social mobility, and for recognising that disadvantage begins at an early age. [Image: Social mobility 2017 – quote from CEO overlaying picture of Palace of Westminster]
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Schools Week Dec 14
Finally! A joined-up approach to social mobility ~ 's report is to be welcomed, says
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Geoff Barton Dec 14
'Social mobility is easy to talk about but hard to enact, fashionable to mention, fickle to secure': here's why I think today's DfE plan could be a game-changer :
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David Weston Dec 14
There's some really promising ideas in 's social mobility paper around CPD - extended early career support, CPD quality badging, non-leadership career pathways.
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Guy Stallard Dec 14
Wonderful that in led by a Minister who actually understands importance of and providing opportunities for all Proud that providing business support
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DfE Dec 14
. : "Strategies will work only if they are tailored to the in question & if they are tailored to the in question"
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Becky Allen Dec 14
I’m a bit jet lagged so my judgement might be impaired, but this looks like the most sensible document to come out of in decades. Kudos to Greening and her smart team.
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Red Box Dec 14
We need to unlock Britain’s hidden talent, writes
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Career Ready Dec 14
need quality & consistent encounters with employers to gain the skills + opportunities for the world of work - great to see put these encounters to the forefront of
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