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Ed Balls, children's secretary
Science Sats scrapped

By staff Science tests for year six primary school pupils have been scrapped by the government. Children’s secretary Ed Balls told the Commons they would be replaced by a more relaxed system of teacher assessment, in line with the conclusions of a report by the expert group on assessment out today, from next year…. Read more »

Gordon Brown hopes to mount fightback after tough weekend
PM hopes parent power will fuel fightback

By Alex Stevenson Gordon Brown sought to launch his recovery from a damaging weekend this lunchtime with a major policy speech on education. The prime minister told a London audience parents should receive new “rights and responsibilities” as part of plans to continue investment in Britain’s schools. It follows a weekend in which members of… Read more »