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Three of Michael Gove’s key policy advisers have left the Department for Education. Henry Cook, Beth Armstrong and Jamie Martin have resigned from the department, with replacements to be announced in due course. The news came as new Education Secretary Nicky Morgan, who replaced Mr Gove in last week’s reshuffle, told ...
Liam Byrne called on the new education secretary to tone down rhetoric around extremism in Birmingham schools and to work with local education figures. “What we’ve ...
In her first Education Questions as Education Secretary, Nicky Morgan gave a robust defence of Michael Gove’s record in office. She told the Commons she was “undi...
Welsh Government press release A formal consultation has opened on the fee to be paid by teachers and the wider education workforce to register with the Education ...
Labour press release Responding to Nicky Morgan's interview in the Sunday Times, Labour's Shadow Education Secretary Tristram Hunt MP said: "It is now confirmed...
NUT press release Civitas report on Ofsted Commenting on the report 'Playing the Game: The enduring influence of the preferred Ofsted teaching style', Christine...
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