Education

  • Public Finance
    1 Oct 98
    More than £1m has been received by the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL) in compensation for 46 of its members who were encouraged to leave the Teachers' Pension Scheme for private pensions.
  • Public Finance
    24 Sep 98
    Three North Yorkshire local authorities are setting up a combined internal audit service as part of the latest phase in the government's best value initiative.
  • Public Finance
    24 Sep 98
    There has been a mixed reaction to the government's decision to transfer £1bn of education funding from local authorities to schools. The change, announced on Wednesday, is part of the trend to...
  • Public Finance
    10 Sep 98
    Local government education chiefs are to propose establishing a new body to look at the lessons learned from the government's Education Action Zones.
  • Public Finance
    10 Sep 98
    The price to stop the teacher recruitment crisis was this week put at a billion pounds.
  • Public Finance
    10 Sep 98
    The London borough of Hackney in conjunction with the London Diocesan Board for Schools has become the first council in the country to use a private company to help run one of its failing schools.
  • Public Finance
    3 Sep 98
    The government has cleared the way for an expansion of the Private Finance Initiative into quangos and other non-departmental public bodies (NDPBs).
  • 13 Aug 98
    The government's success in driving forward the Private Finance Initiative in the health sector was underlined this week with the signing of two further large contracts worth around £190m.
  • Public Finance
    30 Jul 98
    The ministerial reshuffle led to several changes in the Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions (DETR).
  • Public Finance
    30 Jul 98
    Further education colleges look set to reach agreement with the largest lecturers' union on national pay and conditions after five years of failed negotiations.
  • Public Finance
    30 Jul 98
    Labour is coming under renewed pressure to clarify its welfare reform policies after Frank Field's attack on Gordon Brown in the Commons this week.
  • Public Finance
    23 Jul 98
    Local government minister Hilary Armstrong has urged councils to refurbish rather than build new homes with the new money from the Comprehensive Spending Review.
  • Public Finance
    16 Jul 98
    Nurses, midwives and non-clinical NHS staff could be offered large pay increases soon, despite Gordon Brown's insistence that he will keep the lid on public sector pay.
  • Public Finance
    16 Jul 98
    The Comprehensive Spending Review underlines the government's commitment to continue along the path of the Private Finance Initiative and Public Private Partnerships (PPPs).
  • Public Finance
    16 Jul 98
    The show of defiance by the Lords over Scottish tuition fees has ended in compromise, with the government promising to establish an independent commission to monitor the effects of the so-called...

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