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Oxford University admits more women than men for first time in history

Data from Ucas shows institution offered places to 1,275 female 18-year-old applicants last year...

Could broadcasting school lessons solve Africa’s education crisis?

Could broadcasting school lessons solve Africa’s education crisis? The BBC spoke to a pupil in the Democratic Republic of Congo who is learning through the radio....

School league tables: See how your secondary school has done

Secondary school tables just published show one in eight in England is below government standards....

Danger and loneliness: Down and out in Middle England

Rough sleeping reaches record levels, moving beyond the big cities to towns where it seems shocking and out of place....

Scandal-hit dinner organiser quits DFE board

Charities are refusing donations after reports that women working at the men-only event were harassed....

Pupils’ digital skills not keeping pace, Estyn reports

There is “much to be proud of” in education but Estyn points to digital skills shortcomings....

England and US pull schools from tolerance test

The OECD’s new school test in respecting other cultures is being ducked by some leading countries....

‘My son waited five years for autism diagnosis’

One mother said it took five years and £6,000 to get her son assessed and his condition recognised....

Budget plans refused for 632 NI schools

The Education Authority says schools were unable to show they could stay within their allocated budgets....

Deaf mum sues Little Mix promoter in sign language row

They had a legal duty to provide an interpreter, says Sally Reynolds whose daughter is a big fan....

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