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Music education ‘risks being outdated by technology’

Music teaching ‘needs to keep pace with young people’s grasp of technology or risk being outdated’....

Save UK’s ‘dwindling’ language skills, say MPs and peers

Decline in language learning is “a disaster for the country”, says a parliamentary group....

Britain's dwindling language skills are a disaster for the country and needs action, MPs warn

‘We need language skills to become the norm – not the exception’...

Birmingham school asks parents to stop 'upsetting' anti-LGBT+ protests

‘Essential that pupils are prepared for life in modern Britain,’ trust says in letter...

Toy wheelchairs ‘boost self-esteem’

The organisation which made the model believes more toys should reflect children with disabilities....

Sight loss: ‘I had to teach my daughter to move’

Babies learn so much about the world around them by watching others, but what if they can’t see us?...

Headteacher reads students bedtime stories on Facebook Live

Dr Belinda George says ‘Tucked-in Tuesdays’ helps improve literacy among students from economically disadvantaged homes...

Disabled children 'constantly' physically restrained and left with bruises and trauma, parents say

‘These children are not naughty children. They are children with disabilities’...

Mr Greedy ‘almost as hard to read’ as Steinbeck classics

Roger Hargreaves’ cult Mr Men book rivals Of Mice and Men in complexity, research finds....

Climate change: Angela Merkel welcomes school strikes

Students’ mass walkouts to demand action have sparked a debate over school attendance in Germany....

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