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Schools in England face unprecedented budget cuts. This follows cuts imposed by the government over the last five years that have seen many services slashed and around ten percent reduction in the budgets of sixth forms. In the new round school budgets could see reductions by as much as eight and a half percent by 2020. Inner city London areas could be hit harder, up to 24 percent in boroughs such as Southwark, Camden and Tower Hamlets.


It has increased comprehensive measures, offered support to migrants and reduced the fragmentation of its system. So what can Germany teach the UK?
The Guardian article …


Rankings of countries based on how well their students perform in the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) always receive a great deal of attention from the media and politicians. But PISA rankings, produced by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, are limited when it comes to evaluating the quality of education systems and their efforts to improve children’s lives.

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Research by a local teacher has revealed that the Everton Free School gets funded at £35,000 per students, seven times the national average. Richard Knight reports for the Anti-Academies Alliance

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NUT, NASUWT and ATL members at Small Heath School, Birmingham are taking their 4th day of strike action on November 18th
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