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Eleven teachers sent home after refusing to teach ‘unruly pupils’

Eleven staff at a school in Edinburgh are sent home without pay after claiming their safety is at risk....

'Nothing short of a scandal': Ofsted chief condemns hundreds of schools for underperforming for more than a decade

‘It is a betrayal of children’s futures’...

London university stops making unconditional offers in bid to 'maintain standards'

‘Unconditional offers have made a mockery of exams and led to inflated grade predictions’...

‘The education system’s blind spot’ – outstanding schools

England’s chief inspector of schools calls for outstanding schools to face re-inspection....

Police to tell children’s school about domestic abuse calls

Police will tell schools about domestic abuse incidents at pupils’ home under a new pilot scheme....

Schools fear broken funding promises

Schools in England warn that they expect to get less money next year than ministers have promised....

University stops making unconditional offers

Unconditional offers are being halted at one university to preserve its entry standards....

Do schools help or hinder social mobility?

“Meritocracy is the big promise of our democracies,” says the OECD. But are education systems delivering?...

From Syria to Cambridge University

Studying with a mobile phone instead of textbooks in Syria, Abdullah Kattineh got into Cambridge....

Excluded schoolchildren at 'serious risk' of becoming involved in knife crime, charity warns

‘There is literally nowhere for excluded children to go in many cases. This is heartbreaking’...

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