Have there been 55,000 off-rolling cases? It's not as simple as that, Will Hazell explains
Aspiring teachers without minimum qualifications in English and maths can gain them as they study
Research suggests that 55,000 children were off-rolled in 2017 – we need to question the support we offer disadvantaged pupils
NEU conference told of 'systematic syphoning of money out of education system'
PE should carry on as normal during study leave, says teacher Pauline Stott
It's better to retain staff on a part-time basis than deal with a disruptive and expensive turnover, says Katie Waldegrave
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