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Ofsted stance on hijab risks heightening threat of physical attacks on Muslims in schools, teaching union says

'Our worry is that we will find schools saying 'we will ban the hijab' and that will be very damaging to community relations'...

Ofsted school hijab ban stance challenged by teachers’ union

Teachers will debate a motion saying Ofsted overstepped its remit by backing a school which brought in a ban....

Pupils being taught in damp and crowded classrooms as UK schools run out of space, survey suggests

'The heating often does not work in our temporary classrooms and children sit in coats to learn'...

‘Unjustifiably high salaries’ paid by some academies

MPs highlight 102 academy trusts in England that pay some trustees over £150,000 a year....

Academy trusts use public money to pay 'unjustifiably' high salaries to bosses, MPs warn

'Too often academy chains are falling short of high standards of governance, accountability and financial management and the Department for Education is too slow to react'...

Open University vice-chancellor Peter Horrocks could face vote of no confidence

'For him to dismiss axeing hundreds of staff as reprioritising is really insulting'...

Malala Yousafzai returns to Pakistan for first time since shooting

The Nobel Peace Prize winner was shot by the Taliban in 2012 for campaigning for girls’ education....

Term-time holiday rules stop children taking dance exams

Children are too often refused permission to take external exams in school hours, says exam board....

Students to face more disruption as union reveals new university strike dates

'Suspension of the strike action would be a huge relief to students ahead of the exam period'...

Mum’s tough love lesson divides parents

Cierra noticed her son making negative comments about second-hand clothes, so she decided to take action....

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