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28th July 2017 05:18am

£4.8m spent to educate Republic of Ireland students in NI

The executive had previously sought compensation for teaching students from the Republic.

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27th July 2017 11:29pm

The disabled refugee with a first class Cambridge law degree

Allan Hennessy was born totally blind in Iraq - and has just earned a first class honours degree at Cambridge.

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27th July 2017 08:45pm

Baby removed from vulnerable mother 'unlawfully'

The child was taken into foster care while on a supervised visit with its father.

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27th July 2017 02:20pm

Academy funding falling for secondary pupils

The income of academies for secondary pupils is lower than four years ago, official figures reveal.

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26th July 2017 11:38pm

Sugar tax 'must not be used to plug school budgets'

Money earmarked to improve children's health should not be used for shortfalls in England's school funding, say councils.

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26th July 2017 04:54pm

Devon free school rated inadequate by Ofsted in all areas

Route 39 Academy received the worst rating in all four categories following an Ofsted inspection

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26th July 2017 04:29pm

Campaign to avoid confusion over new GCSEs

An information campaign wants to make sure people understand a new way of grading GCSEs in England.

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26th July 2017 03:59pm

Babies join primary school lessons to help teach empathy

Baby Cailen has been visiting the children, aged eight and nine, since he was 12 weeks old.

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26th July 2017 07:57am

Labour warns of 60% four-year rise in unqualified teachers

There are 24,000 teachers without formal teaching qualifications in England's state schools, a report says.

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26th July 2017 01:03am

'Chess makes me feel less angry'

Children from Sacred Heart school say the game helps them feel less angry and more prepared for lessons.

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