The Department for Education has launched two new measures aimed at tackling the growing teacher recruitment crisis within the UK.
A new competition for entrepreneurs aged between 16 and 19 has been launched by TransferWise, a financial technology (fintech) start-up, in a bid to support the international ambitions of the UK’s young entrepreneurs.
The Department for Education (DfE) has this week posted a full list of information academies should legally post on their website in order to maintain compliance.
As of 25 May this year, the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into law. This means that businesses will need to have consent from their clients to use and store the personal data they manage.
Education sector experts will be called in to help schools save up to £1 billion by 2019/20, the Department for Education (DfE) has revealed.
According to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), the number of emails, texts and voicemail messages sent by criminals pretending to be from the tax authority has increased in the past year.
According to MPs on the Commons Work and Pensions Committee, universal credit, which allows self-employed people to have a one-year start up period, is failing new business owners and the self-employed.
A recent study has found that UK businesses are continuing to contribute significantly towards Government revenues, with £186 billion in business taxes being paid in 2017/18, accounting for 27 per cent of the total tax take.
Schools without professional clerks are breaking governance laws, according to a new report.
Experts have called on the Department for Education (DfE) to do more to help schools comply with the new data protection act.