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Multimillion pound government scheme for technical education is failing, report warns

‘This is obviously disappointing given the high level of support and funding from the government’...

Number of newborn babies taken into care doubles – report

More than 40% of all cases of infants being taken into care involves newborns, figures suggest....

Child mental health referrals up 26% in five years, says report

But a substantial number of children are failing to meet thresholds for treatment, a report says....

Universities make 'misleading' marketing claims to students, report suggests

‘More universities may do this to boost chances of acquiring more students and money’...

School sixth form and college funding most severely squeezed, new report says

‘Parents will be horrified to learn of damage done to sixth forms and colleges by funding cuts’...

Third of middle-class parents know someone who used 'ethically dubious' tactics to gain school place, report finds

‘Professional parents gain an advantage for their children at every turn’...

SEN pupils make ‘weak’ progress in Birmingham, report says

Ofsted wants a written statement of action due to “significant areas of weakness”....

Progress in closing attainment gap between wealthiest and poorest students is 'too slow', report warns

‘Progress is beginning to stall and marginal improvements are not enough’...

England faces growing challenge to recruit enough highly qualified teachers, report says

‘Poor children outside London more likely to be taught by teachers without relevant degrees’...

A-level results day: Less well known qualifications can improve 'job earnings', report finds

‘Having these skills can lead to a rewarding career and fantastic opportunities’...

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