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Weak schools are improving too slowly, the National Audit Office has warned. Margaret Hodge, chair of the Public Accounts Committee, said she was "appalled" at the lack of progress, while the Department for Education dismissed the report, arguing that schools had "been transformed". The NAO warned: "Some academy spon...
A press release from Labour: Tristram Hunt MP, Labour's Shadow Education Secretary, responding to the NAO's report on the DfE's failure on school oversight, said:...
A press release from the NUT: National Audit Office: Oversight and Intervention Commenting on the National Audit Office's findings about oversight and interventi...
Sir Michael Wilshaw said the Government needed to ensure that schools had enough resources to deal with the issues thrown up by a large number of children who do not...
Nicky Morgan said she would vote in favour of same-sex marriage today, after opposing the legislation. “I think I probably would. But at the end of the day, as a ...
Local Government Association press release LGA calls for common sense approach to term-time holidays Headteachers should be allowed to follow a ‘common sense’ a...
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22/10/2014 on Sunrise, Sky News
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