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arts education

The number of students taking performing and expressive arts subjects at A level has dropped more than 10% this year, as a leading education...

The Stage has launched an investigation into the impact of curriculum changes and funding cuts on secondary school drama teaching. Working in partnership with Art...

It has been fascinating to look at some of the issues raised by Labour’s Acting Up inquiry through the prism of my own experience...

The results of Labour's Acting Up inquiry into working-class barriers to the performing arts have been published, highlighting a "class-shaped hole" in the debate...

Arts leaders have condemned the government’s decision to forge ahead with the controversial English Baccalaureate as “short-sighted” and “ridiculous”. Last week, the Department for Education...

The dreams of aspiring performers in West Yorkshire will “turn to dust” unless a new home is found for a performing arts college that...

The sharp decline in take-up of arts subjects at GCSE has been “more than made up for” by an increase in pupils taking IT...

Former culture secretary Maria Miller has dismissed fears that the government’s controversial English Baccalaureate system is having a negative impact on arts subjects, calling...

The number of students taking drama GCSE has fallen sharply in 2017, dropping by 9% in a year. Figures released by Ofqual, the body that...
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