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UK universities face ‘gagging order’ criticism

BBC research reveals about £87m spent on pay-offs with non-disclosure agreements since 2017....

Author Sharna Jackson: Bringing diversity into children’s books

The children’s novelist inspiring BAME readers to see themselves positively in the stories they read....

Open University: Photos issued to mark 50th anniversary

Pictures released to mark the occasion show the early days and tell the stories of current students....

Primary pupils ‘must learn about same-sex relationships’

Teaching about same-sex relationships education must be made compulsory in primaries, a union says....

Labour pledges to scrap primary Sats if elected

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says he would scrap national Sats tests in primary schools in England....

Labour will abolish Sats exams in primary schools, Jeremy Corbyn says

Meanwhile, teachers are moving closer to a boycott of primary school tests...

Government must make LGBT+ relationships classes compulsory in all schools, teachers say

‘Why the hell should inclusive education be optional?’ teacher asks...

'I am getting out before it kills me': Two in five teachers plan to quit within five years, union warns

Majority of teachers say their work-life balance has got worse over the past year...

Free sanitary products plan extended to primary girls

Move follows announcement of funding for free tampons and towels in secondary schools and colleges in England....

Risedale Sports and Community College stops exclusions

The North Yorkshire secondary school says “we can’t give up on the kids”....

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