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The Deputy Prime Minister is expected to say this week that he believes free schools have too much freedom.
Research interviews began last week with families taking part in one of the largest ever Government-funded studies into early years education.
Government investment into the supply of childcare places rather than subsidising demand is one solution being considered by the London Assembly to enable parents to get back to work.
While there are no changes to senior Government posts following the reshuffle, Labour has made some key appointments to the shadow cabinet.
Teaching unions have renewed calls for a ban on the phonics reading test, following the publication of the provisional results of this year's check.
Ten thousand more children will become eligible for pupil premium funding in plans announced by children's minister Edward Timpson today.
The Labour party has promised to extend the free entitlement for three- and four-year-olds from 15 to 25 hours.
All infant school children in England will be eligible for free school meals from September 2014.
Richard House traces the roots of the new 'Too Much Too Soon' campaign
A focus on 'school readiness', testing at an ever-earlier age, and the downgrading of play threaten 'profound damage' to a generation of children, a group of experts warns today.
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