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Children need grit and resilience to survive

We don't just need a generation of box tickers, says Charlie Rigby, Founder of the Challenger ...

How will the main parties provide jobs for young people?

Jim Hillage, Director of Research at the Institute for Employment Studies, looks behind the pa...

Labour guarantee personal careers advice for youngsters

Every teenager will get guaranteed one-to-one careers advice said Ed Miliband as he unveiled L...

RIBA responds to Tory manifesto

Housing, planning, school buildings and flood defence are vital election issues, says the Roya...

Big leagues

Luke Evans takes a look at how converter schools are using their academy status for outstandin...

Getting off to the right start

A new book of essays concerning the considerations and issues involved in starting a new schoo...

North London UTC opens its doors

Lord Sugar returned to his old stomping ground for the opening ceremony of the University Tech...

Taking safety seriously

Louise Hosking looks at the implications for health and safety when a school leaves local auth...

Goodbye paperwork!

Tony Reissner explains how and why school offices might set about switching to an electronic d...

Cooperation, not combat

Shrewsbury High School head Michael Getty on the importance of links between independent schoo...

Adoption charity aims to raise £10,000

The national charity Adoption UK is seeking to transform the educational experiences of adopte...

What'€™s in a name?

Criminal record checks are rendered meaningless if a person obtains a false identity. Eamon Ju...

Crisis? What crisis?

Charlie Vavasour from Quantum Public Relations believes schools can do more to prepare for the...