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Hundreds of schools still waiting for new buildings a decade after Gove axed rebuilding scheme

Exclusive: ‘After ten years, pupils and teachers have been left paying the price of learning and working in crumbling buildings that are not adequate’...

Coronavirus: How Unesco are plugging the global gap in education

Photojournalist Paddy Dowling examines how the organisation and their partners are racing to retain the most marginalised children in school in a post-Covid world...

Overhaul curriculum to suit post-lockdown return to classroom, government set to tell schools

Schools could reportedly close if they see two coronavirus cases under plans due to be announced on Thursday...

Universities get extra money to cover drop in international student numbers

Business secretary says cash will provide a ‘lifeline’ to struggling institutions...

Schools may ditch social distancing in September, reports say

Government expected to announce extended ‘bubble’ plan to ensure full reopening...

GCSE and A-level exams could be later next summer, says education secretary

‘We will be consulting with Ofqual about how we can move those exams back,’ he says...

Schools close over coronavirus cases in England

Buildings will undergo cleaning while pupils and staff stay home...

UCL renames building and rooms named after prominent eugenicists

Victorian scientist Francis Galton coined the term eugenics and endowed UCL with his personal collection and archive...

State schools offered £1bn 'catch up package' to help with time lost during lockdown

Funding announced as England lags behind devolved administrations on planned return to the classroom...

Coronavirus: Primary school closes for two weeks after caterer contracts Covid-19

Letter to parents explains all children who had school dinners should self-isolate for 14 days...

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