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Teachers and parents can’t detect this new form of plagiarism. Tech companies could step in – if they had the will to do so, says Rob Reich, professor of political science
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There ain’t half been some clever brainteasers
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Exhibitions in UK and Africa rewrite history by celebrating discoveries of overlooked black excavators in colonial era
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A study in Norway also found that poorly performing students – and schools – could be spotted early
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David Willetts, Jo Johnson and Chris Skidmore say embattled PM’s move will hit economy and levelling up
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Monthly pay does not cover basic outgoings, with many having to drive taxis, clean and do bar work in their spare time
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Other lives: Educator who helped found the General Teaching Council and was passionate about international cooperation between universities
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After two once-in-a-generation floods and a pandemic, Richmond River High’s class of 2022 dress up, dance and put a truly harrowing year behind them
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Royal College of Nursing expected to announce unprecedented action as UK faces month of disruption
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Editorial: Increasing numbers of primary-age pupils are missing targets. Nurseries as well as schools need resources to catch up
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Thousands take part in first national strike for 40 years after dismissing latest pay offer as an ‘insult’
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The long read: For decades we have been using toys to cram learning into playtime – and toys have increasingly been marketed as helping to turn children into prosperous, high-achieving adults. But it turns out this approach is all wrong
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Staff at 150 universities in the UK are walking out over pay, working conditions and pension cuts.
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Letter: Kathleen O’Neill says the future of younger colleagues are at stake and everyone deserves a decent wage
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Unions have dismissed a revised teacher pay offer and warned more strike days are planned next year.
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BookTrust research shows, however, that the overall picture ‘remains far from representative’ with some writers and illustrators reporting tokenism
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Strike action is due to take place by members of the country's biggest teaching union later this week.
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We would like to speak to people in the UK who have completed a course that has changed their direction in life
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Rishi Sunak should take on doctors, barristers, teachers and academics, says Guardian columnist Simon Jenkins
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Only 17% of 370 top-rated schools kept their ranking after many years of exemption from oversight by education watchdog Ofsted
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