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DfE reminds schools to stay impartial during election campaign
New guidance for 2019 general election
Maintained nursery schools get one more year of funding
Unions call for a longer-term funding settlement
Schools braced for disruption as December general election confirmed
MPs confirm poll on 12 December
Library inequality is ‘social mobility timebomb’ – children’s laureate
Cressida Cowell urges opportunities for children to become 'readers for pleasure'
Small schools shouldn’t fear curriculum ‘deep dives’ - Ofsted
Ofsted's regional director for London attempts to reassure small schools
Green Party slams ‘toxic testing’ and pledges votes at 16
The party's conference took place in Newport, Wales, from 4-6 October 2019
Academics urge teachers to adjust test scores for age
Youngest children in each year are on average six months behind their older peers at age seven
More maths schools on the way, pledges Williamson in speech
Education secretary was addressing the conservative party conference for the first time since being appointed in July
Sutton Trust calls for vouchers to aid access to tuition
DfE says tuition has 'always been part of the system'
Labour plan to scrap ‘unfit for purpose’ Ofsted
Shadow education secretary says replacement system will improve schools 'through collaboration, not competition.'
Williamson calls for ‘flatter’ teachers’ pay structure
Education secretary tells STRB he will present evidence making 'strong case' for the change
Extend Pupil Premium to 16-19 education, say Liberal Democrats
Party also calls for individual Personal Education and Skills Accounts
National Audit Office finds SEND funding system is 'not sustainable'
Government has already announced review into SEND funding
SATS 2019 – More pupils reach expected standard but gender gap widens
Disadvantaged pupils also falling further behind, data suggests
Teachers not ready to deliver new RSE curriculum
NEU and NSPCC call for more training
Brexit and difficult exams hit uptake of languages
Only a third of primary schools teaching a language at KS1
Thousands of pupils with SEND ‘awaiting provision’, union finds
NEU say their analysis shows more funding needed.
End parents’ right to withdraw pupils from RE say school leaders
Teachers in England younger and less experienced - international survey
Working hours also longer than the OECD average.
Ofsted chief calls for inspection exemption to end
Amanda Spielman says Ofsted has 'real gaps' in its knowledge, due to the exemption for 'outstanding' schools
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