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UK Elections School Leagues School fees rise
Families sell up to pay rising school fees Independent Schools League table 2012 Parents more concerned with university fees than children's health
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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Halifax independent school ranked best in North - Halifax Evening Courier

Halifax Evening Courier

Halifax independent school ranked best in North
Halifax Evening Courier
A Halifax independent preparatory school has been ranked as the best in the north according to The Sunday Times Parent Power. Gleddings Preparatory School came out on top in the independent preparatory schools category. Now in its 22nd year of ...

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11/21/2014 5:07:33 AM

International tuition fees to be increased - Impact Magazine

Impact Magazine

International tuition fees to be increased
Impact Magazine
Tuition fees for international students starting university in 2015 are set to increase by 5% according to the University's official site. Current fees for international students range from £13,470 for most arts, humanities and social science courses ...

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11/20/2014 3:54:38 AM

Sheffield independent school plans new year expansion - Sheffield Telegraph

Sheffield Telegraph

Sheffield independent school plans new year expansion
Sheffield Telegraph
Westbourne in Broomhill, a co-educational independent school for three to 16-year-olds, is to open a new building in Westbourne Road, creating seven new classrooms for use by both senior and junior school pupils. The new year will also see an expansion ...

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11/19/2014 8:17:56 AM

Watch: students protest against tuition fees in central London - Telegraph.co.uk

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Watch: students protest against tuition fees in central London
Telegraph.co.uk
Organiser Aaron Kiely, from the Student Assembly Against Austerity and a member of the NUS national executive, said their message was very simple: a return to free education and an alternative to tuition fees. He said: "We want to end the lifetime of ...
Abolishing tuition fees: lessons from GermanyTimes Higher Education
Student protests: Live updates as London demonstration over tuition fees turns ...Mirror.co.uk
Violence mars tuition fees protest as students clash with police in LondonLondon24
RT -EastLondonLines -Huffington Post UK
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11/19/2014 8:11:01 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) -International Business Times UK
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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 ...
Pledge to scrap tuition fees is now 'writ in stane'Herald Scotland
Labour 'can win back Scottish support' with tuition fees promise and free ...Evening Standard
Henry Hill: Labour's Scottish meltdown continuesConservative Home

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11/18/2014 8:42:53 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

Scrap tuition fees, say students taking part in 'week of action' - The Guardian

The Guardian

Scrap tuition fees, say students taking part in 'week of action'
The Guardian
Students are rallying on campuses to demand that politicians scrap tuition fees and take the student voice seriously. The week-long protests, that begin today on university campuses around the country, will build up to a national demonstration ahead of ...
'SCRAP TUITION FEES' say students as week of nationwide protests beginCosmopolitan UK

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10/27/2014 3:22:07 AM
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