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[Breaking News] Canada is Getting its First-Ever Law Course About Cannabis

This just in. The University of Ottawa Faculty of Law is launching two courses on cannabis law. The Canadian cannabis scene is changing, and one school is trying to lead the way. If you or your parents can see past years of stigmatization a...

Students do not trust exam officers to look after their mobile phones during GCSEs and A levels, Ofqual boss suggests

'We are encouraging schools and colleges to reflect on how they can best assure their students their phones will be safe'...

Primary school headteacher quits over government's curriculum reforms with emotional letter

'How can I lead a school when I do not agree with what is being 'forced' upon us?'...

Two-child benefit limit lawful, court rules

Families lose legal challenge to government over limiting some benefits to first two children....

School denies charging pupils for water in heatwave

Onslow St Audrey’s School in Hatfield said no child would ever be refused access to water....

Poorest families ‘going without food or power’

Citizens Advice says hundreds of thousands of UK families cannot afford to put money in their meters....

People starting apprenticeships fall by quarter amid frustrations over government levy

'The structure and implementation of the apprenticeship levy has acted as a barrier and brake to skills development'...

Students to be hit with another 'eye-watering' interest rate rise on tuition fee repayments

'Hundreds of thousands of students will be seeing unjustifiably high interest rates on their student debt rise once again'...

Student nurses to receive hundreds of pounds after loan overpayment error

'The overpayment mistakes must be written off and they need money this month without a bureaucratic nightmare'...

Should twins be taught separately?

A study suggests not – and says there should be no strict rules about separating twins at school....

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