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The number of under-18s convicted of handling an offensive weapon has fallen by 85 per cent since 2008-9, new report says
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. has just launched a partnership with the English Commonwealth Games to bring 20 schools together in a bid to promote social integration
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The countdown has begun! That's right, there are only three days to go until the
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'Little Johnny only exists because those of us who bore on about education are incapable of dreaming up a more original illustrative name,' writes Stephen Petty
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'Experienced teachers are leaving the profession in droves. To stop the avalanche, we need a new, positive approach to education from whoever is in charge,' writes former headteacher Colin Harris
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Sunny weather can lead to a gloomy outlook for behaviour management – so follow Nikki Cunningham-Smith's 5 tips to handle a heatwave
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The chair of the government's Social Mobility Commission has admitted it hasn't made much impact in the year since she was appointed via
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Who will be the belle of the ball? The pressure in the lead-up to can put students' wellbeing at risk – schools must provide support, writes assistant head
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“We will analyse individual student performance as well as that of groups of students. From this analysis we will be able to identify whether there are patterns in the results that are unusual for either a particular school or college or students."
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“Ensuring an effective teacher is in front of every class, and that every teacher is supported to keep improving... should rightly be the top priority for pupil premium spending,” says via
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Children's book champions: , illustrator of The Lost Words, wins Kate Greenaway Medal; takes the Cargenie Medal
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Jackie Morris, illustrator of the nature book The Lost Words has won the Kate Greenaway Medal for children's book illustration & Elizabeth Acevedo has won the prestigious Carnegie Medal children’s book award for her debut novel The Poet X:
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Discovery that packet of exam papers had been opened in advance, leads to new paper for Thursday's A-level in further maths
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BREAKING: has decided to replace the Further Maths A-level paper due to be sat on Thursday in the wake of last week's Maths leak - story to follow
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Carnegie children's book award ceremony is now LIVE:
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The countdown has begun. In less than 40 minutes you catch the UK's most prestigious children's book awards ceremony live, by clicking on this story
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The admission is a marked change from the government’s previous simple assertion of record school funding when countering claims about damaging budget cuts.
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Dame Martina is asked if she recognises the findings of the UN report on poverty the UK. She says "yes I do, actually"
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Labour's criticises the Social Mobility Commission for not commenting on UN report on poverty in the UK. Commission chair Dame Martina Milburn says "that's a fair criticism"
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Replying to @CommonsEd @LucyMPowell
Labour's says it seems as if the commission gets a lot of public money and has been around for a long time but is "somehow is just getting its act together". Commissioner Sammy Wright disagrees
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