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13 per cent rise in exclusions for assaulting adults, with permanent exclusions for sexual misconduct up by 50 per cent
Around 40 pupils are being permanently excluded from their schools every day, according to the latest DfE figures
Used badly, pupil progress data can do more harm than good, warns the director of middle leaders’ union NAHT Edge
With Sats results day looming, keep some perspective – number-crunching data won’t tell you anything meaningful
Blunder means some schools could access key stage 2 Sats results online – ahead of the official release on 10 July
Teachers complain about the growing obsession with data, but this is an issue that stretches way beyond the classroom, writes Henry Hepburn
Abroad, schools encourage individuality and creativity, but in the UK excessive accountability makes this impossible
We are at the mercy of political whims: it's time for an independent body (advised by teachers) to implement change
Data drops do nothing to improve education – it's time for meaningful conversations about data instead
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