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Education secretary Damian Hinds urged to act immediately after student nurses hit by loan overpayment errors

'The risk of receiving a reduced payment, or no payment at all, will compromise their ability to study. Students are considering discontinuing due to the financial pressures'...

UK university strikes called off after UCU members accept pension proposals

Students welcome decision to avoid walkout...

University staff suspend strikes over pensions

Planned changes to staff pensions led to 14 days of strike action at 64 universities in February and March....

Open University vice-chancellor Peter Horrocks resigns

Peter Horrocks says the university faces an “unprecedented” challenge as he announces his departure....

Open University vice-chancellor resigns after controversial comments about academics not teaching

Peter Horrocks's decision comes after staff pass vote of no confidence in 58-year-old...

Firms relabelling low-skilled jobs as apprenticeships, says report

Study says 40% of apprenticeship standards do not meet traditional on-the-job training definition....

Student suicide rates overtake non-students

Researchers warn of suicide rates among students rising above the rest of their age group....

‘It’s not a shock anymore’

Teachers describe teaching in an area where knife crime is part of life....

‘My pupils all know someone who’s been stabbed’

Teachers describe teaching in an area where knife crime is part of life....

Prejudiced parents abuse the right to withdraw children from RE classes, say teachers

'There are dangers of members of society closing themselves off to the rest of the world and of children who are ignorant of other religious beliefs and non-beliefs'...

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