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Ministers lift cap on number of top students universities can enrol

Ministers lift cap on number of top students universities can enrol

The Guardian World News

Cambridge University will be able to enrol more bright students under government plans. 529 more words

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Can Jamie Oliver’s school meals revolution survive the Michael Gove recipe?

Can Jamie Oliver’s school meals revolution survive the Michael Gove recipe?

The Guardian World News

Jamie Oliver said: ‘I just wish Mr Gove and the government would wake up and support these positive results by reinstating the perfectly good, cash-neutral, nutritional standards they’ve callously stripped away.’ Photograph: Peter Dench… 1,212 more words

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School term-time holidays: ‘Most parents take them’

School term-time holidays: ‘Most parents take them’

BBC |April 26, 2012

By Katherine Sellgren BBC News education reporter

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More than half of parents (55%) in England admit having taken a child on holiday during term time, a poll suggests. 494 more words

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Teacher numbers fall by 10,000 in a year in England

Teacher numbers fall by 10,000 in a year in England

BBC |April 25, 2012

By Angela Harrison Education correspondent, BBC News

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The number of teachers in England’s state school system fell by 10,000 in the year to November, new figures show. 557 more words

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Ban packed lunches, says Katie Price’s ex Alex Reid

Ban packed lunches, says Katie Price’s ex Alex Reid

BBC |April 25, 2012

Reality TV star and former cage fighter Alex Reid has called for a ban on school packed lunches in a speech in Parliament. 271 more words

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Private school pupil numbers rise

Private school pupil numbers rise

The Guardian World News |by Jeevan Vasagar

Harrow school’s Vaughan library. Former school head now ISC chairman, Barnaby Lenon says the figures show that finding fees remains a priority for large number of parents. 438 more words

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Rupert Murdoch reveals meetings with Michael Gove over free schools

Rupert Murdoch reveals meetings with Michael Gove over free schools

The Guardian World News |by Jeevan Vasagar

Rupert Murdoch revealed at the Leveson inquiry that Michael Gove met with News Corporation and News International executives over establishing a free school. 774 more words

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