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Three out of every four students working to help fund university, according to new figures

Three out of every four students are working either part or full-time to help fund their way through university, according to new figures published on 10 August.












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One in four 15 to 18-year-olds have ‘no idea’ what they want to do in the future, NotGoingToUni high school study finds

One in four 15 to 18-year-olds say they have ‘no idea’ what they want to do when their compulsory education comes to an end, a new study has found.












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Three out of four academy chains have schools that are ‘coasting’, says new research

Three out of four academy chains have schools that are “coasting”, new research by The Sutton Trust has found.












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Four in 10 students don’t think their degree was worth the money, survey finds

Four out of 10 students do not believe their course has been good value for money, while over half would not take their course again if given the option, a study has found.










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Teachers vote to boycott ‘baseline’ tests on four- and five-year-olds

Teachers yesterday backed a boycott of controversial tests for four-year-olds due to be introduced in England next year.










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Nearly four in ten qualifying teachers quitting the classroom after one year

Almost four out of ten teachers are no longer in the classroom a year after qualifying, a teachers’ conference heard yesterday.










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Children aged four will be tested at school, under new Government plans

Children aged just four are to be tested on counting and how well they recognise letters and pictures, under reforms announced by the Government.


    








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Parents spark four Ofsted inspections

Out of almost 8,000 Ofsted inspections last year, only four were triggered by parents’ complaints about schools.
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‘Unqualified’ maths teachers with minimum of four GCSEs sought by failing school in Leeds

A failing school in Leeds is advertising for two “unqualified” maths teachers with a minimum of just four GCSEs.


    








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Four new regional colleges created

Four more regional colleges are created as the Scottish government’s merger programme in the further education sector continues.
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