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Details of the Department for Education Permanent Secretary's meetings.
What mixed schools must consider when separating classes by gender.
Sam Gyimah will host a student mental health summit in Bristol and outline initiatives to support students
Data on gifts that Department for Education ministers gave and received, their external meetings and any overseas travel.
£15million fund will help drive up standards across further education
This evaluation looks at the impact, what worked well, and recommendations for future roll out.
Time series data showing international graduate and postgraduate employment and earnings outcomes.
Specifications for software suppliers developing school summary reports for the school censuses in autumn 2017, spring 2018 and summer 2018.
A revised statutory direction issued to the London borough of Barnet to improve performance in children’s social care services.
Statutory direction to Surrey county council due to inadequate performance in children’s social care services.
Coders and tech companies to develop new digital tools for students
Employers given green light to transfer up to 10% of levy funds to multiple businesses
Parents are urged to make the most of government support for childcare costs this summer.
Stressed out parents can get help with childcare costs for the summer holidays from the government
Minded to terminate letter issued to the White Horse Federation in relation to Gloucester Academy by the Department for Education.
School Standards Minister speaks at the Festival of Education (22 June).
Revised measures to boost every child's early language and communications and give teachers more time to interact with their pupils, ahead of full consultation
Organisations can apply for a share of £125,000 to investigate ideas for new digital tools that will help students make informed choices about where they study.
More data than ever before available to students deciding where to study
Foster carers to receive the 30 hours free childcare offer for children in their care for the first time from September 2018.