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A review of qualifications for nursery staff and childminders in England has highlighted concerns about literacy and numeracy skills among workers. The Nutbrown Review looked at the standards of qualifications needed to work with young children. It...
Figures show 400,000 children were persistently absent from England's schools in the past year and missed about one month of school each. The government statistics show a small rise in the number of pupils skipping school without permission, but...
Schools are too often asked to make up for wider failings in families and communities, the Chief Inspector of Schools, Sir Michael Wilshaw has said. "Schools can step into the vacuum, setting good examples where few exist at home," he said...
The government should tackle the growing crisis in primary school places rather than building more free schools, says shadow education secretary Stephen Twigg. The equivalent of 2,000 primary schools' worth of children - some 450,000 - need to...
  More than a third of schools in England were rated not good enough by the schools watchdog, Ofsted, during the last three months of 2011. Figures published on Tuesday, showed 6% of the schools inspected were inadequate and 31% were...
  Boys appear to have caught up with girls on reading ability, research into what children are reading for pleasure suggests. A study of which books more than 210,000 UK children are reading suggests boys no longer read at a lower level of...
  Private companies should be encouraged to run state schools as profit-making enterprises under a "John Lewis-style" business model, a think tank suggests. A report by the Policy Exchange says schools where staff were stakeholders -...
Labour education spokesman Stephen Twigg is calling for the creation of an independent office to raise standards in education in England. Mr Twigg says an "Office for Educational Improvement" could use objective research evidence about...
The government wants to launch a national reading competition in England to encourage a love of books and boost children's literacy. The contest, for seven- to 12-year-olds, is likely to focus on who can read the most books. Schools Minister...

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