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Education News

Minister bets heads a bottle of champagne he can find savings in their schools

The academies minister Lord Agnew has said he will bet any headteacher “a bottle of champagne and a letter of commendation” that he can identify more potential savings in their schools. The politician told the Schools and Academies Show in Birmingham today that he was “like a pig out hunting for truffles when it comes

Careers and Enterprise Company blasted over £200k conference spend

The Careers and Enterprise Company has been blasted for spending more than £200,000 on two conferences after MPs demanded to know why private sponsorship for such events was not sought instead. The organisation, which was grilled by the education select committee in May over its spending, had a second hearing with MPs this morning, with

Careers and Enterprise Company blasted over £200k conference spend

The Careers and Enterprise Company has been blasted for spending more than £200,000 on two conferences after MPs demanded to know why private sponsorship for such events was not sought instead. The organisation, which was grilled by the education select committee in May over its spending, had a second hearing with MPs this morning, with

College group boss gives up bonus in ‘landmark’ pay deal

The new boss of a London college group has given up his annual bonus as part of a “landmark” pay deal, the University and College Union has announced today. Staff at the three colleges that make up Capital City College Group – City and Islington College, Westminster Kingsway College, and the College of Haringey, Enfield