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Universities urged to help prevent deaths from binge-drinking as Freshers' Week begins

New guidance comes in response to 2016 death of first-year student Ed Farmer, who died following initiation ceremony...

Labour votes to abolish private schools at party conference

Party says it would ‘integrate’ independent schools into state sector, while universities would be told to ensure that no more than seven per cent of their students were privately educated...

Labour vows to scrap and replace Ofsted

Angela Rayner set to unveil ‘school improvement revolution’ to replace current system, which Labour claims is ‘not fit for purpose’...

Funding for poorest pupils 'cut by more than £220m' in real terms since Tories came to power, figures reveal

Exclusive: Decline will have ‘damaging’ effect on disadvantaged children, unions and MPs warn...

Head of cash-strapped college spent £150k on luxury hotels, first-class flights and chauffeurs amid job cuts and sixth form closure

Education minister left ‘deeply concerned’ by use of taxpayers’ money...

Climate strike – live: Millions across world demand urgent action to save planet in largest environmental protest in history

Demonstrations inspired by teenage Swedish activist Greta Thunberg take place ahead of UN climate summit in New York...

Global climate strike: Tory ministers refuse to endorse children protesting planet's destruction

Government appears to suggest demonstrations aimed at averting imminent global disaster do not warrant missing one day of school...

Global climate strike begins with huge crowds in Australia and millions more set to take to streets worldwide

Follow the latest updates from what could be the largest climate protest in history...

Nearly 100,000 children leave education without basic qualifications amid shameful rise, children's commissioner says

It is unacceptable that poorest pupils are most likely to miss out, Anne Longfield warns...

Funding boost for sixth forms and colleges is £1.1bn short of cash needed to reverse cuts, IFS says

Report paints ‘sober’ picture of Boris Johnson’s ‘hyped-up’ announcements, heads’ union says...

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