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Almost a third of families in England live in areas where most or all of the local primary schools are faith-based, new research has revealed.
The Government yesterday launched a new scheme to help children in care receive mentoring and scholarships from independent schools.
The first grammar schools to benefit from extra cash from the Government's policy of expanding selective education have been named.
Mark Whitehead finds out how opportunities for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities in Lincolnshire are about to enjoy a huge boost.
County councils spent £323.3m on transporting young people to school last year, figures have revealed.
It is likely that many children receiving a home education are at risk because they are ‘hidden from sight’, children’s services directors have warned.
Councils are facing a £536m funding shortfall to provide support for children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), new research has found today.
Floor and coasting standards will no longer be used to trigger an academy conversion but will instead only be used to identify schools that need help.
The Government must not lose focus on the need to tackle a national shortage of teachers, experts have warned.
Rising numbers of children being excluded from school are at risk of becoming involved in gangs and knife crime, charity leaders and MPs have warned.