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Coronavirus: Classes should have only 15 pupils and drop off times staggered, new government guidance says

Teaching unions brand plans ‘nothing short of reckless’...

University students will still have to pay full tuition fees if classes are online

Refunds only available ‘if the quality isn’t there’, says minister...

Schools in Wales could reopen in early June

‘I think of this in a phased way. We’re not going to have all the children back in all the schools on the first day,’ Mark Drakeford says...

Coronavirus: Lockdown home-schooling will widen education gaps, says Ofsted chief

Staying at home creates biggest problem for ‘the poorest, the lowest-achieving academically and the least-motivated children’...

Oxford University bans investment in fossil fuels after student campaigns

Decision comes after high-profile protests that saw campaigners occupy St John’s College...

Coronavirus: Gavin Williamson set to face legal challenge amid claims children are being denied right to education during lockdown

‘Educational performance and wealth correlate quite closely, and for those kids to be left further behind in primary school feels to us intolerable’...

Coronavirus: No date set for schools to reopen, Williamson says as he apologises to nation's pupils

‘I can’t give you a date. Because before we do, we need to meet five tests,’ education secretary says...

Doctor Who, Danny Dyer and Sergio Aguero to teach lessons on BBC's new virtual learning programme

New education scheme set to launch on Monday...

Coronavirus: School pupils offered free laptops and online classes as lockdown drags on into second term

Support for disadvantaged will be accompanied by funding for NSPCC to expand safeguarding hotline...

Coronavirus: New graduates likely to be hit hardest by recession brought on by lockdown, IFS warns

Researchers say young people may suffer from lower wages or unemployment...

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