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‘How I made fathers in Senegal carry babies on their backs’

A photographer breaks stereotypes in Senegal to show that men can be seen in public caring for their children....

Four out of 10 teachers plan to quit, survey suggests

Long hours and workload prompt 40% of UK teachers to plan their escape from the classroom, a survey says....

Graffiti punished by reading – ‘It worked!’ says prosecutor

Two-and-a-half years after five teenagers were sentenced by a court to read a list of books, all are still in education and none has reoffended....

Parents find out about primary school places

Families in England are getting primary school offers, with one in 10 likely to miss out on their first choice....

Teachers back plans for possible boycott of primary school tests

The move could mean Sats exams will not be taken in some schools next year...

Climate strike: Schools should not punish protesting students with detentions, teachers say

‘We should be alongside them and I don’t mean in the detention room,’ teacher says...

Under-18s face ‘like’ and ‘streaks’ limits on social media

The UK’s data watchdog proposes restrictions on Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat among others....

The ‘untold misery’ of special needs shortfalls

A teaching union reveals nearly every council in England is short of money for special needs support....

‘I was put in a school isolation booth more than 240 times’

A teenager who tried to take her own life after months in a school isolation booth says she felt trapped....

Children with special needs forced out of school for years as funding fails to meet demand

Mother of child with Asperger’s says his rapid decline while out of school is ‘heartbreaking’...

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