Number of children expelled from English schools hits 35 a day

Number of children expelled from English schools hits 35 a day

 Eight in 10 exclusions were from secondary schools. Photograph: Vesa Moilanen/Rex Features Sally Weale and Pamela Duncan Thursday 20 July 2017 19.30 BSTFirst published on Thursday 20 July 2017 11.20 BST The number of permanent exclusions from schools in England has gone up, with the equivalent of 35 children being expelled every school day, according to government figures. Almost, 6,700 children were permanently excluded from all primary, secondary and special schools in 2015/16, meaning the rate of expulsions has risen every year since 2012/13. Of those, 1,185 were primary age children, including 475 children who were…

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This startup has helped over 35 educational institutes collect fees digitally

This startup has helped over 35 educational institutes collect fees digitally

  From left: Mayur Jain, Manisha Thakur and Viral Dedhia.   Even though demonetisation required most businesses to go cold turkey on cash, eventually, enterprises agreed that various avenues in their operations had the scope for becoming seamless and transparent through digitisation. And for the aspiring aggregator camp in the startup crowd, this posed myriad opportunities. One such group of individuals, who had been engaging with educational institutions through their existing projects, saw that this industry was one of the most traditional, and by extension, slowest on the uptake of…

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NSW floods: Farmers swamped after 35,000 mega litres of water released from dam

NSW floods: Farmers swamped after 35,000 mega litres of water released from dam

More than 246 properties evacuated, 97 flood rescues, 181 families stranded on inland islands, and tens of millions of dollars in losses to local businesses throughout central NSW. That is the human, emotional and economic toll of a flood that was in some ways, man-made. This week the Lachlan River, which runs for more than 1000 kilometres down the spine of NSW, peaked at 10.67 metres, reaching its highest level in at least 25 years, with devastating consequences for hundreds of farming families spread throughout the central west, local tourism and the many businesses which surround them. This was no…

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SAIL Recruitment News for Air Traffic Controller – Salary Rs. 35,000 || Walk-In-Interview on 25th April 2016

SAIL Recruitment News for Air Traffic Controller – Salary Rs. 35,000 || Walk-In-Interview on 25th April 2016

SAIL, Durgapur Steel Plant has a announced recruitment news for the post of Air traffic controller in Rourkela airport. Applicants interested in this job may appear for walk in interview on 25th April 2016. Detailed job description given below: Name: SAIL Post: Air Traffic Controller Numbers of vacancies: 01 vacancy Salary / Wages: Salary of Rs. 35000/- per month     Education / Qualification for SAIL vacancy: Education / Qualification: Applicants interested in this job must possess Aerodrome control / approach control from Civil Aviation Training College, Airport Authority of…

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Weekly Employment News for the week 14th March 2016 to 20th March 2016 || 35,389+ Open Sarkari Naukri

Weekly Employment News for the week 14th March 2016 to 20th March 2016 || 35,389+ Open Sarkari Naukri

Welcome to Weekly Employment News section. Find below all the latest employment news from Government sector. Employment news for the week starting from 14th March 2016 to 20th March 2016 for various government vacancies. This week total number of vacancies published is 2,008 in various locations. Check out complete detail given below of each job. We wish you a very good luck with your job search! Employment news for the week from 14th March 2016 to 20th March 2016.      Company / Organization Name: Himachal Pradesh Subordinate Services Selection…

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