Glad to read that the Liberal Democrats lan to force a vote in the autumn on plans that would see University tuition fees in England rise to £9,250 per year from 2017 (the increase could apply to students who have already started courses). The inflation-linked rise represents a 2.8% increase and if that continued it would mean fees rising above £10,000 in the next few years. TUITION FEES HISTORY: An idea conceived and instigated by the Conservatives and introduced by the Labour Party under…

Glad to read that the Liberal Democrats lan to force a vote in the autumn on plans that would see University tuition fees in England rise to £9,250 per year from 2017 (the increase could apply to students who have already started courses). The inflation-linked rise represents a 2.8% increase and if that continued it would mean fees rising above £10,000 in the next few years. TUITION FEES HISTORY: An idea conceived and instigated by the Conservatives and introduced by the Labour Party under…

Head teachers condemn England's system for creating new school places, saying it is fragmented and risks harming children's education.

Fragmented school places system 'harms children'

Head teachers condemn England's system for creating new school places, saying it is fragmented and risks harming children's education.

I thought this story would be very relevant with the recent graduations taking place. Find out why people are freaking out about this recent graduate from the Worchester Polytechnic Institute! This one should help you feel motivated!!

I thought this story would be very relevant with the recent graduations taking place. Find out why people are freaking out about this recent graduate from the Worchester Polytechnic Institute! This one should help you feel motivated!!

We've delivered on the key Lib Dem pledge of a £2.5bn Pupil Premium to bring extra funding to disadvantaged students. Its rate has now been increased further to £1,300 per eligible pupil in primary schools and £935 per eligible pupil in secondary schools in 2014-15 (England). As we said we'd do in our 2010 manifesto on p.34.

We've delivered on the key Lib Dem pledge of a £2.5bn Pupil Premium to bring extra funding to disadvantaged students. Its rate has now been increased further to £1,300 per eligible pupil in primary schools and £935 per eligible pupil in secondary schools in 2014-15 (England). As we said we'd do in our 2010 manifesto on p.34.

Women take record number of university places

Women take record number of university places

Women are more likely to go to university than men, the widest gap so far, according to annual admissions figures.

From BBC News - Body cams for teachers cannot be dismissed, union says http://wp.me/p7aCDO-ect

From BBC News - Body cams for teachers cannot be dismissed, union says http://wp.me/p7aCDO-ect

Call for council-run schools to sponsor academies. High-performing, council-run schools should be allowed to sponsor struggling schools without becoming academies first, say town hall bosses.

Call for council-run schools to sponsor academies

Call for council-run schools to sponsor academies. High-performing, council-run schools should be allowed to sponsor struggling schools without becoming academies first, say town hall bosses.

Open University staff strike as centre closures agreed This news provided by: www.EssayCampus.co.uk

Open University staff strike as centre closures agreed

Open University staff strike as centre closures agreed This news provided by: www.EssayCampus.co.uk

Teaching 'weakest aspect' of education in Wales - Estyn

Saracens Rugby Club to open one of 77 new free schools

Sex education looks set to become compulsory in every secondary school in England. If it does it will mark yet another policy change from Mr Cameron’s administration, given Nicky Morgan, the previous education secretary, ruled out making it compulsory earlier this year.

Sex education could become compulsory as minister confirms policy change being considered

Sex education looks set to become compulsory in every secondary school in England. If it does it will mark yet another policy change from Mr Cameron’s administration, given Nicky Morgan, the previous education secretary, ruled out making it compulsory earlier this year.

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