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The Cost of Free Schooling

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Free schoolsFree schools across England will grow, with 174 of them currently operating across the country, and an additional 116 approved to commence teaching by this coming September. However, Public Accounts Committee (PAC) doubts whether these institutions are delivering on the promise of “free”. PAC data calls for transformation of the entire ...

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Overhauling England’s GCSE Syllabus

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data cleaningSo what does data cleaning and an overhaul to England’s GCSE syllabus have in common? Lots, actually! While the syllabus is being overhauled by proposing that all-time American classics like “To Kill a Mocking Bird” and “Of Mice and Men” be dropped; data cleaning efforts, with respect to contact lists and email ...

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Could helping home buyers be bad for the economy?

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data qualityEconomists rely on accurate data of high quality to predict the state of health of any economy. And like the rest of the world, there are concerns that a housing-related “bubble” could destabilise the UK economy. These concerns exist because commentators believe the government’s “Help to Buy” ...

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