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27th January 2017 10:19am

Treasury takes back £384m school funding

Head teachers are angry that school funding announced last year has gone back to the Treasury.

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27th January 2017 06:05am

'Pink girly toys don't deter women from engineering'

Meet the Sellafield engineer who says playing with pink toys will not deter girls from science careers.

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27th January 2017 12:21am

Ghent Library moves home via human chain

Volunteers in Ghent, Belgium, have their local library move covered.

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27th January 2017 12:17am

Future school

How drones, robots and mixed reality are making their way into the curriculum.

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27th January 2017 12:10am

Ofsted inspectors are ignoring sex education, says report

Too little focus on sex education by Ofsted "risks pupil health and wellbeing", a study suggests.

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27th January 2017 12:09am

Girls lose faith in their own talents by the age of six

"Disheartening" results suggest children's future careers could be affected, according to US researchers.

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26th January 2017 05:52pm

UK 'class pay gap' explained

A study says UK professionals from working-class homes are paid less than those from richer ones. Why?

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26th January 2017 05:34pm

Astronaut Tim Peake opens Stevenage science centre

British astronaut Tim Peake opens a new science and technology centre in Stevenage.

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26th January 2017 04:12pm

Overseas teacher recruitment drive revealed

An overseas recruitment drive for specialist maths and physics teachers is being planned.

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26th January 2017 03:22pm

Stronger rights considered for new and expectant mothers

New and expectant mothers who feel they are being forced out of their jobs may be given greater legal protection.

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