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In Let the Little Light Shine, a high-achieving Black school in Chicago’s South Side fights the tide of gentrification
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Ucas, Ofqual and DfE hope to steady nerves as university admissions this year look set to be among the most competitive in living memory
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Four young people expecting their grades this week describe how the pandemic affected their studies
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One rugby club says children have stopped playing because of the cost of boots and petrol.
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On the anniversary of the fall of Kabul, the Guardian’s senior international correspondent, Emma Graham-Harrison, reports from the secret schools set up in Afghanistan to continue girls’ education
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A degree can be valuable in many ways. Here is a look at some of the financial pros and cons.
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Analysis by data experts finds the figure has increased from about 16,000 at this stage of admissions process in 2019
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The Afghan rulers’ ban on female schooling has provoked global anger, but opposition is also growing from within
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As universities close their English literature courses, we celebrate 40 influential British graduates
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Elite universities regularly receive multimillion-pound gifts, so why single out Linacre College and the boss of Vietjet?
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Thousands of pupils could miss their expected grades with disadvantaged students, whose learning was disproportionately damaged by the pandemic, most likely to be ‘elbowed out’
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Girls forced to stop attending school under Taliban are taking huge risks to keep studying – as are the teachers helping them
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During lockdown, I took short courses in Northern Sámi, Scots, Korean and Irish, and sat exams in Cornish
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One mother says she was told that having a baby was putting her family at a disadvantage.
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Fifteen councils have still to set funding rates for free childcare places for the new school year
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The proposed pay rise of 5% will mean starting salaries for teachers will be £28,866 a year.
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We’d like to hear from students, teachers and parents in England, Wales and Northern Ireland about concerns in the run-up to results day on Thursday
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Manchester University launches inquiry into ethical standards after document details masturbation sessions
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Beatson Institute will offer role to applicant who was initially told offer was withdrawn over her nationality
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