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24.03.15

Sixth form students 'urgently need more support' in transition to university

Sixth form pupils who face ‘more pressure than ever’ in their transition to university are in urgent need of more support when they reach university, a leading headmaster has said. Read more: The Telegraph

24.03.15

Cost of a degree ‘not worth it for some’, says Oxford bursar

The cost of a British university degree is not worth it because many students won't be able to repay their debt, the bursar of New College at University of Oxford has said. Read more: The Telegraph

24.03.15

'Fewer than half' academy chains attaining above average GCSE results

Only eight out of 20 academy chains are producing above average results at GCSE or equivalent according to the first systematic government attempt to grade their performance. These chains are responsible for more than 240 individual schools exam...

24.03.15

Third of parents feel anxious about helping with maths homework

A third of parents believe that more important to study maths at school now than it was when they were a child, however the same proportion feel nervous about helping their children with their maths homework. These are the findings of poll of 1...

24.03.15

Teach First to double early years recruitment

Teach First will be doubling the number of early years trainees it takes on this September from 38 to 82. The scheme will also be expanded into the South East to the West Midlands. Read more: tes