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Private school ‘salary premium’

UK children who are privately educated are likely to earn almost £200,000 more during their early careers than those in state schools, research finds.
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Private school children will earn £200,000 more on average than state-educated kids by 42

Children from private schools will have earned almost £200,000 more than state school pupils by the time they reach middle age, new research reveals today.









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State and private divide revealed

The first official breakdown of England’s public and state school-leavers’ destinations shows a strong divide.
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Poor children in private preschools at ‘double disadvantage’, report claims

Children from poor backgrounds are at a double disadvantage if they go to private or voluntary nurseries and preschools, says a major study out today.









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Poor children in private preschools ‘at double disadvantage’

Children from poor backgrounds are at a double disadvantage if they go to private or voluntary nurseries and preschools, says a major study out today.









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Gove: Send Ofsted to private schools

Ofsted should be able to inspect private schools in England, Education Secretary Michael Gove suggests.
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Michael Gove: Let Ofsted inspect private schools too

Education standards watchdog Ofsted should be given the power to inspect private as well as state schools, Michael Gove has said.









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Teachers end-of-term gifts at private schools ‘could be seen as bribery’

Parents’ end-of-term gifts to teachers in some private schools have spiralled out of control, prompting schools to consider whether they constitute bribery or corruption.









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Private firm free school fails Ofsted

A free school in Suffolk operated by a private for-profit Swedish company has been put into special measures by Ofsted.
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Private school refuses to readmit anorexic pupil because her presence would be ‘too disruptive to the rest of the year group,’ mother claims

A private school refused to allow a pupil treated for anorexia in a hospital for a year to return to class, the girl and her mother have reportedly claimed.


    








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