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Britain: Theresa May Proposes To Launch a New Generation of Grammar Schools

Theresa May, the Prime Minister. Credit Frank Augstein

Theresa May to end ban on new grammar schools

By Ben Riley-Smith, Political Correspondent
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My Favourite Teacher

My colleague Lee and I are in the process of setting up an Education division for Parkside designed to supply teachers and support staff to schools in the Thames Valley.   524 more words

The "opportunity" mirage

In presenting the Higher Education and Research Bill to Parliament this week, Education Secretary Justine Greening responded to a question from an SNP MP about fees by scorning the Scottish Government’s approach of offering free access to higher education to Scottish students on the basis that places were limited by the need for the state to fund them: 437 more words

One They Prepared Earlier: Three English Universities Raise Tuition Fees 'In Advance'!

The English universities of Durham, Kent and Royal Holloway have unilaterally announced an increase in #tuition fees to £9,250.00 per year

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Possibly but will they help the social mobility agenda?

The appointment of Justine Greening,  along with the appointment of   Nick Timothy as Theresa Mays chief of staff ( he has  backed new selective schools in the past) has  increased speculation that Theresa May will allow significant expansion in grammar schools. 1,479 more words

Grammar Schools

May and her Cabinet - give them a chance

We tend to complain about the same old boring politics. Post-referendum we have entered a new era. We now have a new Government. A new PM. 614 more words

It Takes a Village to Raise a Child

The phrase, ‘It takes a village to raise a child’ has become a mantra for Alison Kriel and her team at Northwold Primary School. Earlier this year, Alison had recommended a visit to Andalusia, in particular the beaches of Tarifa and Conil. 264 more words