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Parent apologises to teacher for Facebook abuse

County Tyrone teacher Roisin Corr was the subject of “derogatory comments” from a pupil’s parent....

Universal Credit ‘could cost more than current benefits system’

Some claimants have waited eight months for payment – but there’s no way back, says audit report....

Degree pay premium

Find out which courses and which universities can boost earnings after graduation....

Maidenhead school asks parents to buy toilet roll

The school in Theresa May’s constituency said it had lost £70,000 in government funding cuts....

Teenagers ‘let down over degree choices’

It is “deeply concerning” that students in England don’t have the advice needed to make informed decisions, say MPs....

Minister claims lecturer reported for 'hate speech' for teaching history, sparking angry denials

‘We have found no evidence of any complaint of hate speech made against our lecturers,’ says King’s College London...

Don’t be afraid to take phones off teens, says Eton head

There are times when it’s OK to take devices away, says Eton head Simon Henderson....

‘Easier to take child into care than get support’

Care orders are easier to get than support for struggling families, says top judge....

Oxford University criticised for suggesting students' generosity has led to more homeless people in city

Rough sleeping crisis ‘cynically weaponised’ to attack students, claims campaigner...

Fake news harms children’s self-esteem and trust, say MPs

Children with poor literacy skills struggle most to tell which stories are false, says a report....

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