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How writing essays for American students has become a lucrative profession overseas

‘I’ve always had somehow a guilty conscience’...

UK university strikes: Fresh walkouts loom as staff 'left £240k worse off' amid pension changes

‘Universities must recognise anger and frustration members feel,’ UCU leader says...

Children without bed of their own or enough clothing struggle at school, report warns

‘Stark statistics on poverty should be enough for all to sit up and take action,’ charity says...

Majority of head teachers oppose school tests for four-year-olds, study says

‘It is simply another way for the government to judge schools, using unreliable and unfair testing methods’...

New teachers set for £30,000 starting salary under government plan

Proposal comes after years of unions calling for an end to the ‘erosion’ of pay...

Students at top universities investigated for offensive online remarks nearly trebles, figures suggest

Exclusive: Young people subjected to racism, sexual harassment and homophobia on social media...

Boris Johnson pledges £14bn boost to schools over three years after 'funding crisis' warnings

Headteacher unions have urged ‘caution’ until details are set out in spending review...

Protest leaflets claim relationship education teaches primary school children masturbation

It follows a series of anti-LGBT+ demonstrations outside school gates in Birmingham...

Not enough Africa in African studies course, graduates claim

Universities must take action to remove bias towards white middle-class men, union tells The Independent...

An Innovative Housing Program That Matches Students With Seniors In Toronto Needs $90,000 To Continue

Four hundred more people could have access to affordable housing each year if the city of Toronto provides necessary funds to fund a program called HomeShare.  HomeShare is a program that was piloted in May 2018  which matches seniors wit...

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