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16th March 2017 12:41am

Opening the skies to children in Kenya

Astronomer Susan Murabana takes a telescope round Kenya to enthuse schoolchildren.

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15th March 2017 06:24pm

Tommee Tippee probes 'mould' in Perfect Prep machine

The firm says it suspects a build-up in its Perfect Prep machines is due to "harmless" carbon residue.

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15th March 2017 05:48pm

'Trojan Horse' governor appeals against school ban

Lawyers representing the education secretary say Tahir Alam's ban should not be "revoked".

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15th March 2017 04:46pm

Teacher training changes to attract 'very best' to Wales

Changes to teacher training in Wales will help attract the "very best" talent to Welsh schools, the education secretary says.

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15th March 2017 01:09pm

More teenagers in parts of Wales are applying to Oxbridge

The Welsh Government says its Seren network initiative is working

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15th March 2017 01:01pm

Wales' universities will be worst hit by a hard Brexit, warns major report

The IWA suggests Wales has more to lose than the rest of the UK

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15th March 2017 01:38am

Should pupils have to learn sign language?

Should British sign language be a compulsory subject in schools?

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15th March 2017 12:36am

Should hearing children learn sign language?

British Sign Language is not on the national curriculum in England; a petition aims to change that.

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15th March 2017 12:14am

Who lost the most marks when cheating was stopped?

When Romania stopped cheating in its exams, it revealed the scale of the social gap in its school system.

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14th March 2017 05:35pm

Graduates aren't skilled enough, say employers

Half of employers think graduates don't have the skills they need to succeed in the world of work.

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