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Ipswich school pupil investigated over claims he is as old as 30

‘How’s there a 30 year old man in our maths class,’ fellow student says...

Views sought on proposed Scottish smacking ban

A Scottish parliament committee is asking the public about the physical punishment of children....

Scottish teachers’ pay offer letter ‘misleading’

A row breaks out after the Scottish government wrote to teachers to explain its new pay offer....

'GoCompare' style app will level playing field for poorer students, minister says

But Labour says ‘we need urgent and systemic change and quite simply there isn’t an app for that’...

Students Are Getting Shafted by Budget Cuts

With recent news of budget cuts to funding for some major student interests, find out how you may be affected. Doug Ford’s Conservative Ontario government has been making budget cuts left and right to all sorts of programs, but one of his...

Teacher sexually assaulted colleague, panel hears

Helen Evans allegedly sexually assaulted a colleague and called senior staff “dumb and dumber”....

‘Hologram’ lecturers to teach students at Imperial College London

A UK university is to become the first to regularly use hologram-like technology to host guest speakers....

I never gave up, says school cleaner who prompted back-pay case

About 5,000 low paid staff will share £4m after a council wrongly calculated their holiday pay....

Stranger Danger

A new educational message designed to keep children safe from abduction is being piloted in the UK....

Education spending now ‘skewed’ to poor following ‘remarkable shift’

There has been a “remarkable shift” in education funding to benefit the poor, research suggests....

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