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Originally published in TES magazine on 26 April, 2013 by Irena Barker Student numbers in Britain’s leading independent schools have fallen this year, suggesting that the sector is struggling to bounce back after the economic downturn. Schools belonging to the Independent Schools Council (ISC), which responded to surveys of student numbers… read full article »
Originally published in TES magazine on 19 April 2013 by Richard Vaughan One of the country’s largest academy chains has been hit with an official warning by the government over serious concerns about the financial management of its schools, TES can reveal. E-Act, which runs 31 schools, has become… read full article »
Originally published in TES magazine on 29 March, 2013 by Kerra Maddern School-based overhaul under fire as heads struggle to fill places The government’s flagship reform of teacher training, which puts schools at the centre of recruiting new staff, has come in for severe criticism from heads who are concerned about poor-quality… read full article »
Originally published in TES magazine on 8 March, 2013 by Richard Vaughan The number of English-speaking teachers working in international schools has topped 300,000 for the first time, with that number expected to grow to more than half a million in the next 10 years, new figures have revealed. Strong economies,… read full article »
Originally published in TES magazine on 1 March 2013 by Stephen Exley Teachers work more overtime than any other public sector workers, equating to £7 billion of free labour for schools a year, according to an analysis of official statistics carried out by the Trades Union Congress (TUC). The study reveals… read full article »