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Labour plans to license teachers in new move to raise standards

Teachers would have to be licensed and could face the sack if they fail to meet tough new standards, the shadow education secretary Tristram Hunt has pledged. In a sign of how Labour hopes to outflank education secretary Michael Gove … Continue reading

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Labour plans to license teachers in new move to raise standards

Teachers would have to be licensed and could face the sack if they fail to meet tough new standards, the shadow education secretary Tristram Hunt has pledged. In a sign of how Labour hopes to outflank education secretary Michael Gove … Continue reading

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Labour plans to license teachers in new move to raise standards

Teachers would have to be licensed and could face the sack if they fail to meet tough new standards, the shadow education secretary Tristram Hunt has pledged. In a sign of how Labour hopes to outflank education secretary Michael Gove … Continue reading

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Why only the lucky can 'lean in' | Gaby Hinsliff

Seven times a day, the children of King’s Science Academy in Bradford stand behind their desks and chant the words “character before knowledge”. The free school’s mantra, admiringly cited by Wellington headteacher Anthony Seldon, was coined to remind pupils that … Continue reading

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Why only the lucky can 'lean in' | Gaby Hinsliff

Seven times a day, the children of King’s Science Academy in Bradford stand behind their desks and chant the words “character before knowledge”. The free school’s mantra, admiringly cited by Wellington headteacher Anthony Seldon, was coined to remind pupils that … Continue reading

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Why only the lucky can 'lean in' | Gaby Hinsliff

Seven times a day, the children of King’s Science Academy in Bradford stand behind their desks and chant the words “character before knowledge”. The free school’s mantra, admiringly cited by Wellington headteacher Anthony Seldon, was coined to remind pupils that … Continue reading

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Business Forum: Why private education loans need reform

April 18, 2014 9:18 PM Share with others: For many students, education debt nearly is a practical puzzle. This lending typically proves crucial and extends enormous utility; stickiness usually surfaces only after a student graduates and his or her loans … Continue reading

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Business Forum: Why private education loans need reform

April 18, 2014 9:18 PM Share with others: For many students, education debt nearly is a practical puzzle. This lending typically proves crucial and extends enormous utility; stickiness usually surfaces only after a student graduates and his or her loans … Continue reading

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Business Forum: Why private education loans need reform

April 18, 2014 9:18 PM Share with others: For many students, education debt nearly is a practical puzzle. This lending typically proves crucial and extends enormous utility; stickiness usually surfaces only after a student graduates and his or her loans … Continue reading

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Palestinian Prisoners Denied the Right to Education

Palestinian Prisoners Denied the Right to Education The right of children and youth to education, including those who are imprisoned, is enshrined in inter- national human rights law, specifically Article 26 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Article … Continue reading

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