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24th February 2016 03:44am

Privately educated 'dominate top jobs'

Leading British actors are more than twice as likely as stars in the music industry to have attended fee-paying schools, says the Sutton Trust.

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24th February 2016 03:24am

Nursery fees 'steady after steep rises'

A report says nurseries have resisted fee hikes for the first time in years amid concerns they will price parents out of the market.

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23rd February 2016 02:38pm

Lily Cole challenges MPs on illiteracy

Model and actress Lily Cole is spearheading a campaign calling for a global drive to tackle illiteracy.

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23rd February 2016 02:24pm

Manchester and Liverpool 'failing' pupils

Failing schools risk causing plans for the government's so-called Northern Powerhouse to "splutter and die", the Ofsted chief warns.

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23rd February 2016 01:55pm

Stoke pays maths teachers' tuition fees

Stoke offers to pay off maths' teachers tuition fees to attract talented graduates and improve GCSE results

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23rd February 2016 11:44am

Child tracker firm in 'hack' row

Child tracker firm uKnowKids has accused a security researcher of hacking its database after he told them that children's details were accessible online.

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23rd February 2016 11:41am

Stoke pays maths teachers' tuition fees

Stoke offers to pay off maths' teachers tuition fees to attract talented graduates and improve GCSE results

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23rd February 2016 11:08am

Poor GCSEs 'risk Northern Powerhouse'

Failing schools risk causing plans for the government's so-called Northern Powerhouse to "splutter and die", the Ofsted chief warns.

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22nd February 2016 03:14pm

A-level maths standards down on 1960s

Students who achieve a B in A-level maths today would only have secured an E in the 1960s, suggests research.

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22nd February 2016 12:33pm

26,000 to leave primary as poor readers

Around 26,000 children may leave Welsh primary schools unable to read well over the next five years, a campaign group claims.

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