An outstanding pupil who volunteers at a disability centre and helps pupils who speak English as an additional language has been awarded the Lord Glenamara Memorial Prize by Education Secretary
Damian Hinds today (26 February).
Briefing the CM, the schools education secretary
said that of the 25 under-construction English medium school buildings, 15 are ready to start.
Business groups rounded on the plans, while David Cameron's former senior adviser Steve Hilton branded them "divisive, repugnant, and insanely bureaucratic" - a view shared by former education secretary
Former Education Secretary
Nicky Morgan demanded to know how the new grammars would help kids in areas "where expectations are still too low".
Malaluan said the education secretary
was not turning a deaf ear to the teachers' concerns.
Sir Michael tells the Education Secretary
that he wants to station school inspectors permanently in cities such as Birmingham where the Government "considers children are at a greater risk of radicalisation or their safety is being put in jeopardy by poor safeguarding practices.
The Education Secretary
said: "We want every school in England to get the funding it deserves, so that all children - whatever their background and wherever they live in the country - get a great education.
The education secretary
is also facing charges of huge corruption and illegal use of powers while in office.
In the letter, he called the opportunity to serve as education secretary
"the greatest honor of my life.
Shadow Education Secretary
Lucy Powell said last night the crisis is "threatening standards and damaging children's education".
The Education Secretary
confirmed a Conservative pre-election pledge to open 500 new free schools over the next five years, insisting they will help to give all pupils a good education.
CHILDREN at a closure-threatened North East school have written personal pleas to the Education Secretary
to save it.
They may not know it yet, but thousands of schoolchildren across Massachusetts -- and particularly those stuck in under-performing, dead-end schools -- received a very promising holiday gift this week when governor-elect Charlie Baker tapped James Peyser of Milton to be state education secretary
in his incoming administration.
Of course, the Education Secretary
claims that it is not his doing.
Mrs May's closest aide quit and the Education Secretary
was forced to make a humiliating apology as David Cameron asserted his authority to restore "team discipline" at the heart of his Government following the row over the way Islamist extremism is handled.