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Parental leave: The good, the bad and the unexpected

Three parents share their very different experiences of staying home to look after their children....

Ofsted calls for greater powers to close down illegal schools as suspected cases reach nearly 500

‘We are fighting the problem with one arm tied behind our back’...

Children's physical development stifled by 'undue concerns' about health and safety in nurseries, Ofsted warns

‘A child who hasn’t built up strength by doing the monkey bars will struggle to write’...

No you Kant: Russians reject German thinker’s name for airport

Russians are told it is unpatriotic to name Kaliningrad’s airport after philosopher Immanuel Kant....

Oxfordshire school introduces £50 cap for teacher presents

The private school in Oxfordshire says extravagant gifts are putting staff “in an awkward position”....

Support for children with special needs is too 'disjointed and inconsistent', Ofsted report warns

Thousands of vulnerable children have received no provision, watchdog’s annual report finds...

‘Shortcomings’ in half of Welsh secondary schools

Inspectors Estyn praise primaries – but say there is not enough pupil progress in secondary schools....

Michelle Obama: What’s behind the former first lady’s appeal?

Newsnight looks at the former first lady’s appeal – especially to women and girls – around the world....

Missing special needs support ‘a national scandal’

Ofsted chief paints a “disturbing” picture of the thousands of children left without special needs help....

Racism at university: Inquiry launched by UK’s equality body

Levels of racism seen in UK universities are “concerning”, says Britain’s national equality body....

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