Five million children face living in poverty by 2020

5 June 2014

Despite a growing economy, the UK is set to see a record level of child poverty as wages remain low and welfare cuts continue, with fears that almost five million children could be in poverty by 2020. Pete Henshaw reports.

Non-Catholic pupils face placing request

5 June 2014

A Scottish local authority might start reserving places at its Catholic schools for pupils baptised into the faith because demand for places is so high.

At a glance headlines: June 5, 2014

5 June 2014

A new writing campaign from the Anne Frank Trust, an e-safety tool for students with autism and awards for the best employers for school and college-leavers are among the SecEd At a glance headlines for June 5, 2014.

What does it take to be a governor?

22 May 2014

Questioning, committed, team-workers, and well-respected – just what are the attributes that are needed in order to become an effective school governor?

An education manifesto

22 May 2014

With the General Election less than a year away, teachers have this week unveiled their own Education Manifesto in a bid to influence the political debate. Pete Henshaw takes a look.

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