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Daniel Chapman - now known as Alexander Martin - discussed child sexual fantasies with other men.
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Authors blame government ‘prejudice’ against humanities, as loss of applicants hits university courses
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The end of the academic year brings joy and reflection for students who pushed boundaries
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It’s good that teachers, not algorithms, are in control. But they face huge pressure to inflate grades, says Guardian columnist Gaby Hinsliff
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Schools missed out on £100m in funding as more than 100,000 of rise came after new cut-off of October
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The government needs to be clear now about the likely Covid scenarios that schools in England will face in September, says the NAHT’s Paul Whiteman
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Some schools struggling to find tutors, and union says scheme ‘feels like a pressure rather than a help’
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It comes after more than 90 Welsh schools were named on a website for reporting sexual abuse claims.
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Schools watchdog in England finds children with Send have been left ‘even further behind their peers’
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We would like to hear from teachers, parents and young people about how they’re marking final years’ end of school
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Amanda Spielman questioned by MPs about reports of primary school girls being told to wear shorts under skirts
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School leaders have warned the government not to ‘sleepwalk’ into further disruption to education as data showed the Delta variant was continuing to spread within schools in England
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The solutions to today’s headbangers
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Head-scratchers for headbangers
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Roger Taylor says England’s exam regulator backed down to government, leading to use of algorithms to award grades
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Rachel de Souza warns use of websites partly to blame for normalising sexual harassment in schools
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Survey finds graduates with work or volunteering experience more employable than those who continued education
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Criticism that government’s tutoring programme is patchy and overlooks pandemic’s impact on resilience and social skills
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For the first time in decades, almost all grammar schools are not using transfer tests.