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UK Elections School Leagues School fees rise
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Families are making greater sacrifices to provide private education for their children   A survey claims more parents are concerned about university tuition fees then their childrens health

 

 

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Amid tuition fees, strikes and protests, where is Universities Minister Greg ... - The Independent

The Independent

Amid tuition fees, strikes and protests, where is Universities Minister Greg ...
The Independent
Has anybody seen Greg Clark? While students protest and bloggers rage, the Minister for Universities has stayed schtum. He's doing his bit on Twitter – although perhaps not very well, given he's short of a blue tick and hasn't mentioned anything of ...

11/27/2014 7:25:49 AM

Catholic independent school voted 'best in Scotland' - Independent Catholic News

Catholic independent school voted 'best in Scotland'
Independent Catholic News
A Perthshire school has been chosen as the top independent school in Scotland by The Sunday Times' prestigious 'Parent Power' guide. Kilgraston, in Bridge of Earn, was chosen for the accolade on the strength of the 2013-14 Intermediate 2 grades ...

11/26/2014 1:33:01 PM

Students warned against gambling their tuition fees - New Vision

New Vision

Students warned against gambling their tuition fees
New Vision
KAMPALA - Students have been warned against diverting their school fees into nonproductive activities like gambling and sports betting. Last year, 55 students from Makerere Business Institute (MBI) failed to graduate after they reportedly gambled their ...

11/26/2014 3:21:46 AM

Norfolk independent school heads hit out at Labour threat over tax breaks - Norfolk Eastern Daily Press

Norfolk Eastern Daily Press

Norfolk independent school heads hit out at Labour threat over tax breaks
Norfolk Eastern Daily Press
Steffan Griffiths Photo: Steve Adams. Norfolk independent school heads hit out at Labour threat over tax breaks. Tuesday, November 25, 2014 6:16 PM. Labour plans to force public schools to “come down from on high” to share their teachers would drive ...
Tristram Hunt vs Private Schools: Elitist England's Independent Education ...International Business Times UK
Independents hit back in private schools tax rowBristol Post
'Open top independent schools to all on merit'Telegraph.co.uk
Financial Times -The Guardian -Daily Mail
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11/25/2014 11:20:36 AM

University fees: George Osborne plans new postgraduate loans - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk

University fees: George Osborne plans new postgraduate loans
Telegraph.co.uk
It would replicate the model of undergraduate loans, under which students do not pay tuition fees up front but instead pay back once they have graduated and started earning above a certain level. Ministers have been encouraged by recent calculations ...
Labour aide heaps praise on OsborneThe Times (subscription)

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11/23/2014 12:07:43 AM

Nick Clegg: raising tuition fees has not deterred poor from going to university - The Guardian

The Guardian

Nick Clegg: raising tuition fees has not deterred poor from going to university
The Guardian
Speaking on LBC, the Liberal Democrat leader said he had learnt lessons from his broken pledge to abolish tuition fees, but added: “It is worth remembering the predictions were that people would not go to university, it would discourage kids from ...

11/19/2014 5:11:16 AM

Student tuition fees march: share your photos and stories - The Guardian

The Guardian

Student tuition fees march: share your photos and stories
The Guardian
In what is expected to be the largest student protest in four years, thousands are expected to march through central London for the scrapping of tuition fees. If you're taking part or merely an observer we'd like to hear from you. Why do you think the ...

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11/19/2014 2:57:16 AM

Tuition fees: Should they go higher or lower? - BBC News

BBC News

Tuition fees: Should they go higher or lower?
BBC News
Tuition fees in England's universities are approaching a crossroads. Should they go up or should they go down? Students are still campaigning to scrap them - saying that putting students into debt isn't the way to fund a higher education system. And ...
Tuition fees: Three quarters of students won't be able to pay off their debtThe Independent
Failure of Westminster's tuition fees highlightedSNP (press release)
Andrew Moss/Creative Commons Clegg shamed for tuition fees treachery as ...Morning Star Online
CitiBlog (blog) -London Loves Business
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11/18/2014 5:08:50 PM

Alex Salmond unveils tuition fees tribute as he resigns - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk

Alex Salmond unveils tuition fees tribute as he resigns
Telegraph.co.uk
He said: “The single biggest achievement by this Government has been the abolition of tuition fees. This one action has restored Scotland's long tradition of education being based on ability to learn – not the ability to pay.” The stone was carved and ...
Labour 'can win back Scottish support' with tuition fees promise and free ...Evening Standard
Pledge to scrap tuition fees is now 'writ in stane'Herald Scotland
Salmond unveils 'free tuition' monument at Heriot-WattTimes Higher Education
Conservative Home
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11/18/2014 8:34:01 AM

Tuition fees and student loans: system must change, say experts - The Guardian

The Guardian

Tuition fees and student loans: system must change, say experts
The Guardian
Ruth Thompson, co-chair of the commission: 'The issue is whether you can place a reliance on the kind of market mechanism you would use in the consumer market. We weren't convinced you could.' Photograph: Graham Turner for the Guardian.
Graduates facing mortgage timebombDaily Mail
Tuition fee rise 'may prevent middle-classes getting a mortgage'Telegraph.co.uk

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11/18/2014 12:20:15 AM
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