Education News Weekly – 24th November, 2016

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More good and outstanding schools, a pay row over exam invigilators and a new college for teenage code-breakers Ofsted have announced an increase in the proportion of primary and secondary schools in England that are achieving good or outstanding ratings. 89% of schools were at least good in their inspection, up 5% from last year, although the gap is widening … Read More

Education News Roundup – 22/09/16

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University rankings, mental health, a teaching crisis and why we should be more like Finland. This week’s biggest piece of education news, for the first time since it began in 2004, the Times Higher Education’s World University Rankings has been topped by a British university, with Oxford taking top spot. The UK is second only to America, with 88 (up from … Read More