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22nd January 2020 11:40am

Kate launches childhood survey to help under-fives

The Duchess of Cambridge meets children in Birmingham to mark the launch of her "five big questions".

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22nd January 2020 08:07am

This school has had five head teachers in five years and it still doesn’t have a permanent one

Pressure of the job is deterring people from becoming head teachers, said the Association of school and College Leaders Cymru

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22nd January 2020 01:21am

Warning over youth career aspiration-reality disconnect

Five times as many want to work in art, entertainment and sport as there are jobs, a study suggests.

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22nd January 2020 12:48am

New 'transformational' code to protect children's privacy online

Future generations will be "astonished" to think we did not protect kids, the information commissioner says.

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21st January 2020 06:54pm

Sex and religious education to be compulsory in Wales

Parents lose the right to withdraw pupils from lessons about relationships, sexuality and religion.

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21st January 2020 04:09pm

France apology after history textbook links CIA to 9/11

The statement aimed at students echoed a debunked conspiracy theory and was spotted by teachers.

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21st January 2020 02:49pm

Schools warned against 'gaming' exam league tables

Ofsted says schools must not inflate results with low-value qualifications.

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21st January 2020 01:30am

Cambridge University's King's College Chapel lawn to become meadow

The university gardeners want to turn the manicured grass into a "biodiversity-rich ecosystem".

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21st January 2020 01:18am

BAME foster care shortage in two-thirds of English councils

Two-thirds of councils in England have a shortage of black, Asian or minority ethnic foster carers.

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20th January 2020 03:19pm

Third of world's poorest girls denied access to school

A "crippling learning crisis" faces girls in some of the world's most deprived countries, says UN.

Go to Article BBC News - Education & Family