Grammar schools: moving with the times.
Are grammar schools a force for good in England's reformed education system?
Out of the classroom and onto the streets.
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Dealing with inequality should be the main priority.
The rules for schools could change.
Local education authorities have mediated the RE syllabus for decades. Now, there might be a free-for-all.
Nicky Morgan: under pressure.
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Plans to turn all schools into academies by 2022 have caused a crisis within the party.
Resistance is mounting to Nicky Morgan’s plans to convert all schools into academies.
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The government's plans could come with many hidden costs.
Schools: pushed into becoming academies.
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An academic, and parent at a Manchester school that has chosen to become an academy, says surely there is a better way.
The countdown has begun to turn all schools into academies.
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It will take time, but a education system governed by Regional Schools Commissioners might not be more reliable.
Get ready: Nicky Morgan announces big changes ahead for schools.
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Unpacked: academy ramp-up, new teacher qualifications and school funding formula.
Where to from here?
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Five ways children will lose out by forcing all schools to become academies.
Building a bridge to…?
The system of oversight of England's academy schools has been criticised by MPs.
On average, more pupils in the South get five A*-C grades at GCSE than the North or Midlands.
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Can schools in the North and Midlands replicate the success of those in the South of England?
The new wave of academies created since 2010 are very different to those that went before.
A protest against the academisation of the Hewett School in Norwich.
As children head back to class this week, another school will be opening its doors for the autumn term as an academy – in spite of opposition from parents and the community. From early September the Hewett…
Ed Balls and Gordon Brown opening the 200th academy school in 2009.
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Struggling schools that were given more autonomy in the early 2000s improved GCSE results for their pupils.
The Conservatives aren’t stopping their academies drive.
The gap is growing between the best and worst chains of academies, according to new research.
Keeping an eye on who’s gone missing.
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There is no consistent system for recording and reporting children who are removed from school registers.
No room for flat-lining.
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Nicky Morgan has wasted no time on pursuing plans to intervene in schools where results are 'flat-lining'.
What does a Conservative majority mean for schools?
The new majority Tory government now has the confidence in pursuing its aspirational education manifesto.
So, was this your first choice of primary school?
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Working out how to solve the school place shortage will be a key priority for any new government.
Pointing Britain’s schools in the right direction?
After five years of polarising and radical reforms, the Tories aren't letting up on their vision for schools.