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The responsibility of us all

The following item was reported in several newspapers earlier this week, including The Daily Telegraph https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/04/11/child-stabbings-rise-63pc-amid-disturbing-trend-younger-knife/

NHS data shows a 63% increase over five years in the number of children aged 16 and under who have been treated for stab wounds in England. 466 more words


The Art of the Deal - Update on Section 232 Duties on Steel & Aluminum

Dear Friends,

Late last week, the President issued two proclamations amending his earlier proclamations imposing additional duties on imports of steel and aluminum.  Copies of these proclamations may be found… 416 more words


Section 232 Duties on Steel & Aluminum -- Process for Product Exclusions

Dear Friends, 

Further to the below, the Department of Commerce will publish procedures for (i) requesting product-based exclusions from the section 232 duties on steel and aluminum, and (ii) objecting to such requests, in tomorrow’s Federal Register ( 356 more words


Summer tasks for school leaders

Summer tasks for school leaders

  • Review governing body performance and procedures;
  • Review attendance of pupils, staff and governors;
  • Review pupil exclusions for the year;
  • Review progress of the SIP;
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IRS Raises Federal Estate and Gift Tax Exclusions for 2018

Founded in 2012, Prime Corporate Services provides entity setup, tax planning, corporate credit, and estate planning services to small business clients. Part of the estate planning consultancy… 154 more words

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Lord Adonis has caused quite a stir this weekend with his statement that “We must tackle the cancer of school expulsions – 1000s are excluded for a period of time each school day. 996 more words


Restorative Justice: Suspensions Don't Teach

The pathway to escalating responses to poor behaviour in schools is when all in-house methods have been exhausted, or when a single incident has been seen to be of a particularly serious nature, is suspension/exclusion.  217 more words

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