14 Oct '14

News University PGCE courses braced for big cuts

Funding decisions announced on Tuesday; school websites adopt British values; more delays to Durand boarding school; costs of forced academisation; and the smallest free schoolsThe future of thriving PGCE courses at some of Englands leading universities could be threatened on Tuesday as the Department for Education issues funding allocations for 2015-16. Some courses rated outstanding by Ofsted possibly including Cambridge Universitys are facing drastic cutbacks as ministers press ahead with controversial plans to hand control over training to schools. The move is causing serious unease even within the DfE, we understand. Continue reading...

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