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You carry a huge burden of guilt, but it was your parents who failed you, not you them. Their damaging expectations meant you never felt loved for who you are
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The state recently passed a law requiring that all public schools display the Ten Commandments in every classroom
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Testimony 360 project allows pupils to talk to AI versions of survivors and take virtual tours of concentration camps
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Use of advance payment schemes has risen sharply since Labour confirmed plans to end tax break
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Editorial: Huge disparities in state and private pupils’ access to outdoor physical education must be reduced
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Exclusive: Medics say children with poor access to outdoor play at school at higher risk of developing lifelong health problems
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Brighton primary has worked with organisation to provide better quality time outside
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The University of Nairobi’s new chancellor says the continent has vast potential – but to realise the promise of AI and green jobs, rich countries must honour their commitments
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Muslim students’ association remains steadfast as vice-chancellor urges them to make way for festival to ring in new semester
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A quarter of secondary school staff say they have witnessed sexual harassment in their place of work
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Supporters of access to nature call for legal change after Guardian reveals 10:1 discrepancy with state sector
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Shorter playtimes and shrinking outside space in England have serious implications for children’s wellbeing and mental health
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Group that runs Oasis Academy South Bank warns councils prioritise private housing over space for children to breathe
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A Guardian report has revealed the huge areas of outdoor space owned by UK private schools. It’s time for this inequality to end, says journalist Robert Verkaik
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University of Liverpool hosts Tay Day to coincide with singer’s Eras tour concerts at Anfield
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Letters: Many students have to do 20-plus hours a week of paid work to get by, and grants would let them focus more on learning than surviving, says Wendy Sloane, while Prof Andy Long also calls for reform of financial support for undergraduates
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Guardian investigation finds pupils at England’s wealthiest schools have much greater access to land, with implications for mental health
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The methodology behind our comparison of outdoor areas owned by private and state schools
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Students at top fee-paying institutions benefit from centuries of philanthropy originally intended to help the poor
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Exclusive: Revelation of emails to Imperial College scientists comes amid growing concerns about security risk posed by academic tie-ups with China
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