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Education watchdog Ofsted is appointing a new regional director to lead a crackdown on under-performance in West Midlands schools.Read
A top-performing Birmingham school has appointed a new head teacher.Read
A Birmingham head teacher who saved a failing school from closure is bidding to open two more in the city.Read
Sports experts will be gathering at the University of Birmingham to discuss the lasting impact of global sporting events.
Birmingham now has five universities after the Government gave the green light for two colleges to become fully-fledged higher education institutions.Read
A Midland college has won a High Court injunction to be allowed to enrol overseas students amid a legal row with the UK Border Agency.Read
A further eight Birmingham schools are set to leave local authority control to become academies.Read
High-flying Birmingham teachers are being 'poached' in a new campaign to fill a shortage of staff in the south of England.Read
An Edwardian gem at the heart of the University of Birmingham has launched a £700,000 bid to move into the 21st century.Read
A multi-million pound school which aims to train the next generation of construction workers has won the support of a string of big Midland companies.Read
Birmingham’s most oversubscribed school has been hit by a space crisis with children only able to play by rota and plans for temporary classrooms hanging in the balance.Read
A Staffordshire school which had made frequent trips to Ghana has raised more than £1,300 for Malaria No More UK.Read
More than 200 staff and students staged a protest over the closure of a world-renowned archaeology centre at the University of Birmingham.Read
Ambitious schools and colleges in the Midlands are being urged to cash in on the continued rise of China as it looks to bring its education system up to date.Read
A crisis-hit Birmingham school has advertised for a new head teacher, just weeks after pupils pelted staff with eggs in a row over school uniforms.Read
The future of Birmingham City Council’s education department in the face of the rise of academies will be decided by the end of the year.Read
Birmingham’s Labour education chief has been urged to listen to head teachers before ploughing ahead with plans to create a cooperative for the city’s newly formed academy schools.Read
One in three children in Birmingham failed to get their first choice of school, new figures have revealed.Read
Two Birmingham primary schools are under investigation by education chiefs following ‘cheating’ allegations over SATs exam results.Read
Birmingham City Council is considering legal action in the wake of the GCSE fiasco.Read
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