More children in care are to be offered places at boarding schools as part of a new government drive, the Department for Education has announced.
The latest elective home education (EHE) survey by the Association of Directors of Children's Services (ADCS) reveals the number of children being taught at home rose by more than a quarter this year.
The gap between disadvantaged children and better-off peers is narrowing slowly, but policymakers are developing innovative programmes to boost the academic achievement of those struggling at school.
Expert gives five key steps on how to overcome some teachers' negative perceptions of children in care.
Ofsted has found evidence that a significant minority of schools are finding ways to manage more challenging pupils out. New tools will make it easier to identify this practice, says Jo Stephenson.
Experts warn on the impact of cuts to specialist school support for Gypsy, Roma and Traveller children.
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