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More than 20 papers involving collaboration have been published in the past year, despite the government warning against joint research projects
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From Robert Donat’s heart-breaking Mr Chips to the real-life Mr Bachmann, Judi Dench’s venomous schoolmarm to Paul Giamatti’s classics stickler in The Holdovers, teachers great and awful make for inspirational cinema
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Other lives: Pioneering educational psychologist who sat on the committee of the 1978 Warnock report on special needs
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Office for Students reviewing courses by subcontractors amid concerns of potential loan abuse and poor education standards
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TUC survey finds teaching staff perform the most unpaid overtime of any profession, losing out on £15,000 a year each
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Study of 23-year-olds found the exams were even more important for those from disadvantaged backgrounds
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A record 10,000 research papers were retracted in 2023. To find out what’s driving this trend, Ian Sample speaks to Ivan Oransky, whose organisation Retraction Watch has been monitoring the growing numbers of retractions for more than a decade, ...
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In a rebuke to Governor Ron DeSantis’s denialism, the student body calls for campus-wide measures to tackle the climate crisis
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If it wants to make a change, the government should fund youth clubs and social activities, says Nadeine Asbali, a secondary school teacher in London
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Jim Pillen breaks with 14 other Republican governors to enroll in Summer EBT, a new food program for school vacation months
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The militant group continues to abduct schoolchildren in north-eastern Nigeria, but one school is giving survivors hope of a better life through education
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Editorial: By failing to fund their own policy, ministers have created a destructive standoff between families, councils and schools
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As children’s services leaders call for a national plan of action, we look at four key affected areas of policy
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Letters: Prof Paul Kleinman on putting ChatGPT to the test on his work. Plus letters from Michael Bulley and Dr Paul Flewers
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It is a love letter to the wonders of needlework, a multi-storey mill for the 21st century. Our writer enters an orange peel lobby and ascends some Harry Potter stairs at the new London College of Fashion
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With 40% of all Africans aged under 15, smarter funding for schools can help young Africans fuel a colossal powerhouse
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In 2014, the Home Office revoked the visas of 35,000 students accused of cheating in an English language exam. The consequences for those wrongly accused was devastating. Amelia Gentleman reports
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Pete Hale’s identical twin sons are non-verbal and diagnosed as autistic, but only one of them was given a place at first
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My son’s curiosity about the beginning of the universe and religion is prompting mind-stretching questions at home
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