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Websites to be fined over ‘online harms’ under new proposals

Apps and websites that do not protect their users may be fined or blocked under new proposals....

India eco-school: Is this the greenest campus on Earth?

Secmol is an Indian school pioneering practical green education in one of the harshest environments....

Supply teachers in Wales set for pay boost

A minimum daily pay rate in Wales will help prevent stand-in teachers from getting “ripped off”....

Grammar schools set to prioritise poorer pupils and local children despite hostility from parents and alumni

Exclusive: Nearly three in four consultation respondents expressed concerns about the plans, documents show...

School apologises for requesting 'white British' taxi driver for pupil

‘It’s like going back 50 years. We are not living in a draconian era’...

Ofsted inspection grades challenged

A think tank report challenges the reliability of school inspection grades....

Universities urged to stop using 'unethical' tactics to pressure students into accepting places

‘It is simply unacceptable for universities to adopt pressure-selling tactics’...

‘You’re a Gypsy – are you going to leave school?’

An MPs’ committee hears about inequalities faced by Gypsy, Roma and Irish Traveller children....

School LGBT teaching row: Gay, Muslim and Parkfield

They say books aimed at teaching kids about characteristics protected in the Equality Act – stories some parents have protested – would have helped them growing up....

Teachers ‘cleaning schools to raise cash’ in Vale of Glamorgan

A group of head teachers say they are cleaning school halls and toilets on weekends so they can be hired out....

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