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26th June 2014 02:06pm

Scots graduates 'get jobs quicker'

Graduates from Scottish universities have some of the best employment prospects in Britain, according to official statistics.

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26th June 2014 09:44am

VIDEO: Children investigated over 'sexting'

Children as young as 10 are being reported to police for sharing explicit photos of each other over mobile phones and social media, a BBC investigation has found.

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26th June 2014 06:30am

Summit seeks $3.5bn education pledge

An international gathering will seek pledges to support education in developing countries, with 58 million children still missing school.

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26th June 2014 03:12am

Axe A-levels, say UK scientists

A-levels should be replaced by a baccalaureate-style qualification that requires teenagers to study maths and science to 18, Royal Society scientists say.

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25th June 2014 08:27pm

Academics back industrial action

Academics at a London university vote in favour of industrial action in a dispute over job losses.

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25th June 2014 11:37am

Freshers 'forget A-level studies'

University freshers struggle to remember basic concepts from their A-level studies, according to research by the the University of East Anglia.

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25th June 2014 09:03am

Teachers feel undervalued by public

An international survey by the OECD shows a widespread pattern of teachers feeling a lack of respect for their profession.

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25th June 2014 03:34am

Heads' concern over pupil anxiety

Four out of five head teachers in England (80%) are concerned about pupils in their schools who are suffering from anxiety disorders, a survey finds.

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24th June 2014 03:31pm

AUDIO: 'Holding Michael Gove to account'

Graham Stuart MP meets Hull pupils

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24th June 2014 03:27pm

Student visa fraud 'truly shocking'

An estimated 48,000 immigrants may have fraudulently obtained English language certificates despite being unable to speak English, the government says.

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