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New Poll: Fewer than 2 in 5 Brits think poorer children will ever get an equal education.
Fewer than 2 in 5 British people think that it will be possible for children from poorer and wealthier backgrounds to ever perform equally well at school, a new survey has warned today.
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Teach First responds to analysis of UCAS data by the Independent Commission on Fees
Analysis by the Independent Commission on Fees shows that whilst it is good news that overall applications to university have risen from all backgrounds, it is still concerning that far too many young people are not realising their full potential.
Teach First teacher named rising star at TARGETjob Awards
Jodie Bamforth, a Teach First teacher working in Yorkshire and the Humber, was last night presented with the ‘Rising Star Award’ in the annual TARGETjob Awards for her outstanding work in the classroom.
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Teach First and the Wellcome Trust partner to improve the quality of school governance through ‘Governor Impact Groups’
Teach First and the Wellcome Trust, two charitable organisations with a shared interest in education, today announce their plans to help improve the quality of school governance as part of their commitment to the field.
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Teaching in low income community voted 3rd most prestigious career choice by graduates
Education charity Teach First was tonight (26 March) placed 3rd in The Times newspaper’s list of the Top 100 graduate employers having previously held 4th place in 2012 and 7th in 2011. These rankings are based on survey results carried out by High Flier
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