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Hundreds of nursery schools could close next year without government funding, MP warns

‘Virtually all nursery schools are at risk of closure without supplementary funding’...

Gap between rich and poor students at top universities widens for first time in decade

Figures called ‘disappointing’ and ‘unacceptable’...

University of Nottingham ends unconditional offers

The University of Nottingham said it wanted students to be confident they were admitted on merit....

‘Women are seen as home cooks – not chefs’

Meet the professional chefs changing the way people think about women in the kitchen....

Sensory ‘pod’ helps Charlie go to school

Could this be one solution to the crisis in special needs budgets in England?...

The one about Friends still being most popular

They might not have been born when it was made, but Friends is a favourite programme for the young....

Lords approves two-year degree course plan

Universities will be able to charge higher fees for these shorter, more intensive courses from this September....

Children ‘afterthought’ for social media companies

England’s children’s commissioner writes to social media companies, urging them to tackle disturbing content....

Britain’s first female black headteacher

When Yvonne Conolly became a headmistress in 1969, she received racist abuse but refused to let it define her....

Starting a new career… in your 80s

Hilary Forde-Chalkly retired in her 60s but has started work anew, with the help of her husband....

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