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Everything you need to know about LGBT+ lessons as part of relationships education... [Read More]
'Teachers should be actively supported in this regard, not undermined', campaign group says... [Read More]
'Students shouldn't expect employers to place a premium on the fact they have done a master's'... [Read More]
The government has launched a series of measures to 'beat the cheats' on campus... [Read More]
'This is not the Lincoln I know and love. We cannot allow this to continue'... [Read More]
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Schools should not be expected to be 'quasi-parents' to vulnerable children, watchdog chief says... [Read More]
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Students across the UK have been walking out of school to protest over climate change... [Read More]
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Estimated £5.7bn needed to end crisis that has seen parents provide basic supplies and some schools cut down to four-and-a-half-day week... [Read More]
'Children are coming to school hungry, dirty and without the basics for life'... [Read More]
'Nothing is more important than ensuring our children's education continues uninterrupted'... [Read More]
Teachers and parents may have contributed to pupils' worries... [Read More]
Government hopes ban will help distracted students focus on their learning... [Read More]
'High levels of debt and the pressure to do well means many are going out less'... [Read More]
'More universities may do this to boost chances of acquiring more students and money'... [Read More]
'Student diversity is the norm and not the exception in London'... [Read More]
'It is not surprising that so many teachers are leaving the profession when morale is this low'... [Read More]
Funding cuts will harm education... [Read More]
'Some of the most vulnerable children are being let down by an increasingly fragmented system'... [Read More]
'Parents will be horrified to learn of damage done to sixth forms and colleges by funding cuts'... [Read More]
'Ability of nurseries to provide support for vulnerable children is being seriously undermined'... [Read More]
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