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06th June 2019 12:13am

Gender not children 'holds women academics back'

Men reach more senior levels than women, even after parenthood is accounted for, research suggests.

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05th June 2019 10:42pm

Silicon Valley parents banning tech for their kids

"You don't teach creativity by going into the creativity app," says one father limiting screen time.

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04th June 2019 11:54pm

'Cut child poverty in five easy steps'

Reversing five benefit cuts could lift 700,000 UK children out of poverty by 2023, a charity says.

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04th June 2019 12:31pm

Teachers strike in key exam period in row over new curriculum changes

GCSEs will go ahead but there will be no revision classes at Bryn Alyn

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04th June 2019 12:10am

Sure Start centres 'big benefit' but face cuts

Early years centres have a positive impact on health, a think tank says, but they face cuts and closure.

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04th June 2019 12:04am

Former child refugee on how Britain changed his life

Yorkshire charity gets £500,000 to help child refugees arriving in the UK find foster families.

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03rd June 2019 09:24am

Dumfries' North West Community Campus fully reopens

The final phase of pupils returning to the £28m schools site in the south of Scotland is complete.

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03rd June 2019 05:43am

Kids in care: Changing the language

Young people in care are on a mission to change the way people talk about them.

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02nd June 2019 11:22pm

Alzheimer's funding boost for Scots scientists

The team from Edinburgh University has received £160,000 to investigate nerve damage caused by the disease.

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02nd June 2019 01:55pm

How Cardiff’s most improved school turned things around in four years

Head teacher Diane Gill has introduced shorter lesson and a 'faster pace' of teaching

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