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University strikes ‘much more likely’ as talks deadlocked

Staff at 61 universities say plans to change their pensions will cost them tens of thousands of pounds....

Children of Britain's 'digital generation' aiming for careers in technology, study shows

Ambitions to become next YouTube star or software developer at odds with parents' preferences...

Hinds says schools face digital challenge

The new education secretary says schools need to prepare for a fast-changing jobs market....

Universities face 14 days of strike action over pensions

Staff fear an average lecturer could lose up to £200,000 during retirement because of fund changes....

Malala and Apple launch partnership to get at least 100,000 underprivileged girls into school

'I'm just really hopeful that we can reach as many young girls and as many young advocates as possible'...

Children’s centres undermined by ministers, says charity

Hundreds of centres have not faced full inspections in five years, says Action for Children....

Top primary school reverses hijab ban after major backlash sees chair of governors resign

More than 19,000 backed petition for freedom to wear garment at the school...

Parents keep children at home in protest after school removes wall from front of girls' toilets

'I want this resolving – my daughter sits her GCSEs this year so keeping her off school is an extreme measure on my part'...

How I save children from bullies

Alex suffered severe racial bullying when at school. Now he’s been recognised by the Queen for his efforts to wipe out bullying....

What do children think of modern art?

Six contemporary artists have designed prints for children. But what do they think of them?...

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