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University of Bath pays £16,000 for oil painting of UK's highest-paid vice chancellor

Union president says portrait is ‘an insult to students’...

Teacher faces death threats over 'anti-Trump' essay assignment

One multiple choice answer pupils could choose was ‘Donald Trump should not be president’...

LGBT people ‘never felt more vulnerable’ in Birmingham

People at a meeting express disappointment in the policing of protests over lessons on LGBT rights....

Education cuts: Half day on Friday for some schools

One head teacher says she will have to cut classes on Fridays to save money....

Protests over LGBT+ classes ramp up at Birmingham school as MPs back more inclusive curriculum

‘I find it really disappointing that children are being pulled into this protest,’ says councillor...

How Does the College Admissions Scam Impact Canadians?

Bribing, cheating, lying—find out how a group of rich parents deceived the system in a massive scam to get their kids into top colleges. We’re not exactly detectives but we know that bribing school officials to get admission for your ki...

Nearly three million children in poverty despite parents working

Nearly three million children from working families in the UK are living in poverty, new figures show....

100 Years of WD: How Has Writer’s Digest Impacted Your Writing?

Writer’s Digest celebrates its 100th anniversary in 2020 and we’re already planning for the January 2020 issue, which will kick off a year-long celebration in the magazine, online and at our live events. Digging through the archives in ...

Half of babies born to families renting

Babies are now as likely to be born into rented accommodation as home-owning families....

Knife crime: Stop and search should be used in schools, top police officer says

Metropolitan Police plan to increase the number of full-time police officers based in London schools...

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