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Councils lose another education role

The Conservative government has lost no time in taking another duty with regard to education away from local government. In his letter of the 15th June to the directors of children’s services, Lord Nash, the Minister, gave local authorities just 15 days’ notice that they would no longer has responsibility for choosing the sponsor for a new school. 459 more words

Education

WHATS BEHIND THE BUILDING OF NEW SCHOOLS?

With so many new schools under construction or waiting for the diggers to start preparing the ground for the foundations to be laid, you sometimes have to ask why is there such a rush to have these school build sometimes in locations that are not fit for purpose. 168 more words

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Three Years In and Nothing's Changed

Three months after he took custody, he had decided half-day preschool was a better choice than the full-day we had talked about, and changed their enrollment without discussion. 600 more words

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Germantown and Collierville are considering building new schools costing millions of dollars

GERMANTOWN, Tenn. — The recent vote in Lakeland could impact other cities.

Other communities are looking to build schools and finding ways to pay for them. 318 more words

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Government playing politics with education announcement, says NZEI

NZEI says the Government is playing pre-Budget politics with its announcement today that it is building new schools and classrooms to cope with population growth. 183 more words

Education

Welcoming New Owners: Mike & Shama Colquhoun!

Our family is growing… and we’re so excited!

Mike and Shama Colquhoun have joined the Creative World School family as New Owners! They are excited to begin the journey with us in Florida. 297 more words

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Alberta's surprise announcement about new schools pleases boards

WATCH ABOVE: School boards in Calgary and Edmonton got a big surprise yesterday when promised starter schools became full-sized ones. Shallima Maharaj has reaction.

EDMONTON — School boards in Edmonton and Calgary will be getting a dozen new schools they weren’t expecting. 514 more words

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