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Children to be taught sex education and religious studies even if parents object, Welsh government rules

‘This change will require careful and sensitive implementation,’ minister admits...

Teenagers aspiring to traditional jobs despite rise of technology over past 20 years, study finds

‘It is a concern that more young people are picking their dream job from small list of occupations’...

Ofsted boss criticises government for inaction over protests against LGBT+ equality lessons

‘Where leadership was desperately needed, it was lacking,’ says Amanda Spielman...

Ofsted chief hits back at criticism of inspections as she warns schools are gaming system to boost results

‘Grades are hollow if they don’t reflect a proper education underneath,’ Amanda Spielman says...

Salaries for new teachers set to rise to £26,000 from September to tackle shortages

Plans will do nothing to improve ‘dire retention rate’ among school staff, union warns...

One in three poorest girls across the world has never been to school

Education should be ‘universal right’ not a luxury for richest nations, minister says...

Most black and minority ethnic teachers say they face covert racism in schools

School staff described as ‘oversensitive’ when challenging unacceptable language at work...

Oxford college celebrates 100 years of female graduates with unsalaried fellowships

Decision to link scheme with pioneering women described as ‘tone-deaf’...

Only four investigators for almost 800 cases of cheating in Sats exams

Government must not take ‘half-hearted approach’ to cases of possible maladministration, says National Association for Primary Education...

London state school praised by Stormzy secures 51 offers to study at Oxford and Cambridge

Majority of pupils from ethnic minority backgrounds and receive free school meals...

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