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Heads warn of ‘chronic’ funding shortages

The chancellor is sent a letter asking for more cash, as a school threatens reduced hours over funding....

The IQ test wars: Why screening for intelligence is still so controversial

The legitimacy of intelligence quotient tests has been hotly debated since the 1900s. Daphne Martschenko explores why screening for brain power is still so controversial...

Shoreline lessons

Beach schools are a growing trend – but what do children really learn?...

Children left with their father’s dead body

Their mum is calling for a law change so schools contact both parents if a child doesn’t arrive for class....

History A-level’s ‘Conservative bias’?

Labour MP Rupa Huq claims her old school’s A level history syllabus is biased in favour of the Conservatives....

Greening says ‘wrong’ to scrap student grants

The former education secretary calls for the return of maintenance grants, scrapped by the government....

‘Class divide’ in university entry exams

A think tank report says there is “institutional snobbery” towards vocational exams....

Children could get online grooming ‘alerts’ – NSPCC

Existing technology can be used to flag grooming behaviour to children and moderators, the NSPCC says....

Hoarder: ‘My house was a hovel’

How a decluttering buddy scheme in Croydon helped one woman face up to her tendencies to stockpile....

Sales apprentice buys her own home aged just 20 after working five jobs rather than going to university

Jennie Crockart, 21, credits success to hard work and decision to leave school early...

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