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Prince Charles launches research for an ‘uncertain world’

Businesses and researchers are brought together by Prince Charles to tackle global challenges....

Government has not learnt from academy failures that damaged children's education, MPs say

‘Haste in pushing ahead with academisation comes at a cost with high-profile failures indicating significant weaknesses’...

K-pop drives boom in Korean language

The popularity of K-pop is driving a global boom in learning the Korean language....

Cave rescue: ‘You never know when you’ll need English’

A school that several of the Thai cave boys attend is celebrating their use of English with the divers who found them....

A mother’s place ‘is in the home’

A survey suggests most people are against mothers of young children going out to work....

PayPal told customer her death breached its rules

Payments firm apologises after writing “insensitive” letter to cancer victim about her debt....

College worker appeared in pornography, hearing told

The images were “pretty grim”, a colleague told a fitness to practice hearing....

Sats results: Minister would take a 'dim view' of schools putting pressure on children in exams

‘There is absolutely no reason why any school should put pressure on young children,’ says Nick Gibb...

University offers should look at students' backgrounds, not just A-level grades, says watchdog

‘We are a long way from equality of opportunity in relation to access to higher education’...

Rising numbers pass primary Sats tests

A higher proportion of primary school pupils in England reach the expected standards in maths and English....

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