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The Alliance for Inclusive Education (ALLFIE) is lobbying schools minister Lord Nash to change the wording of the Special Educational Needs (SEN) reforms in the children and families bill.
Early years organisations have raised concerns that the funding rate for early education two-year-old places will not rise next year.
The Children’s Food Trust (CFT) and school milk supplier Cool Milk have teamed up to launch a national health initiative promoting the benefits of milk consumption.
The Government must take early years provision more seriously with a long-term vision, a cross-party group of MPs warns today, if ministers really want to close the attainment gap between poor children and their peers.
We take a look at some of the biggest stories of 2013 and consider what lies ahead.
One of the first free schools to open is to have its funding withdrawn by the Department for Education and will close next year.
According to a new report, the Department for Education has spent around three times more on Free Schools than the sum originally allocated.
Too many schools in England have mediocre teaching and weak leadership, Ofsted’s chief inspector has said.
The Chancellor George Osborne has confirmed plans to extend free school meals to all infant school children in England from next year.
Many nurseries are failing to ensure that children wash their hands properly, according to research commissioned by hygiene products manufacturer Kimberly-Clark Professional.
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