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The number of primary schools with more than 700 pupils has soared by 60% in the past three years, Department for Education statistics reveal. Labour’s Shadow Education Secretary Stephen Twigg said the situation had reached a crisis point, as schools are forced to take on hundreds of extra pupils and erect mobile classrooms...
Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development press release CIPD responds to government consultation on the administration of Shared Parental Leave As the Gov...
The increase in university fees has led to an increase in the number of students who do not view their course as value for money, according to a study released today...
Bernadette Hunter said school teachers were "very angry" about the "constant churn of change" in the education system, and about the "forced academies programme...
18/05/2013 on Breakfast, BBC News
17/05/2013 on Today, BBC Radio 4
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