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Six universities told to change advertising claims

Advertising watchdog tells universities not to make misleading claims....

Universal credit: Children’s commissioner calls for pause

Families “hard hit” by the welfare changes, says Children’s Commissioner Anne Longfield...

Teacher suspended for referring to a transgender pupil as a girl rather than a boy

Teacher says his Christian beliefs mean he does not think there is anything wrong with referring to someone who is born female as a girl...

Heads complain of having to ask parents for school funds

Head teachers say schools need another £1.7bn in funding from next week’s Budget....

Sexual harassment

Sex scandals spanning Hollywood, Parliament and far beyond have exposed a possible gap in UK law....

School teachers will need licence for minibuses

New guidance is contained in a letter from the Department for Infrastructure to the Education Authority (EA)....

Student loans fraud exposed by Panorama

Agents at private colleges help bogus students fraudulently claim student loans for a fee....

Dyslexic students ‘discriminated against’ in allowance assessments

Peers call for assessments for dyslexic students claiming disability allowance to be reviewed....

Let girls and boys wear tiaras, says Church

The Church of England issues new transphobic and biphobic bullying guidance to schoolteachers....

Dolly Parton’s Jolene hit used in college funding plea

A college principal uses country classic Jolene to beg Justine Greening for “fairer” treatment....

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