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Roblox: 'I thought he was playing an innocent game'

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Students share sexual abuse allegations online because they feel ignored by university staff

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MPs ask Instagram chiefs about suicide poll

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Yolo: Viral Snapchat app raises abuse concerns

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Instagram to start hiding the number of likes on posts

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Parents and children march against plans to test four-year-olds

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Mental health of pupils is 'at crisis point', teachers warn

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UK’s new internet plans could bring state censorship of the internet, campaigners warn

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Teens 'not damaged by screen time', study finds

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Police in schools increase after knife crime

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Instagram eating disorder content 'out of control'

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Cartoons about online safety launched for four-year-olds

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Mental health target missed for more than 5,000 young people

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Instagram biggest for child grooming online - NSPCC finds

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Brexit 'could risk children's safety', warn commissioners

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Is young people's mental health getting worse?

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Instagram vows to remove all graphic self-harm images from site

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Children 'afterthought' for social media companies

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University switches off social media to help student well-being

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Young people 'turned away' from NHS mental health support left to hit crisis point, MPs warn

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Worry less about children's screen use, parents told

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Univerisities told to end 'spiralling' grade inflation

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Teenage victims 'more likely to self-harm'

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Girls 'more likely to face loneliness'

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Schools paying for mental health support

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Number of child gamblers quadruples in just two years

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Fake news: Can teenagers spot it?

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Bullying: Children point finger at adults

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Government ‘should quadruple mental health plans’

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Facebook removed 8.7m child nudity images over three months

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'Third of secondary pupils have mental health issues'

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How Instagram is using AI to tackle bullying

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Teenage boys share offensive memes about Holocaust and rape to score ‘lad points’, expert says

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Limiting children's screen time linked to better cognition

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Ofcom to push for regulation of social networks

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Mothers want action over sexual assaults at school

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Javid to warn over 'shocking' online child sex abuse

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Fifth of 14-year-old girls in UK 'self-harm'

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Twitter 'magnifying' GCSE stress, say exam boards

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A-level results 2018: Teenagers achieve rise in top grades

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Hospital admissions for teenage girls who self-harm nearly double

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Facebook and Instagram introduce time limit tool

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Thirteen REAL reasons why pupils self-harm

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Mental health education to be made compulsory in English schools

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'Could GDPR cut teacher workload?'

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Social media apps are 'deliberately' addictive to users

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Oldham phone porn head teacher banned for life

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Internet firms are failing to tackle child abuse images, police chief says

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Thirteen REAL reasons why pupils self-harm

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Social media is a mental health scapegoat

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How much screen time is too much for kids?

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Sextortion: Big rise in victims with 'tens of thousands at risk'

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Children needing specialist mental health treatment up by a third over three years

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£6m pledge for children of alcoholics

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Steep rise in child abuse images online, charity reports

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Student suicide rates overtake non-students

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School mental health problems extend to primary-age pupils amid cuts to support

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Too many children growing up in the north of England are facing the double disadvantage of entrenched deprivation and poor schools, a report warns

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Hate crimes against children have risen by 14% in a year, new figures reveal

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We need to stop labelling pupils as "attention seekers" – and instead, talk about them about the cause of their behaviour

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Government outlines strengthened plans to tackle child abuse

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Social media firms failing to protect young people, survey finds

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MPs investigate impact of social media and screens on youth

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Eating disorders: NHS reports surge in hospital admissions

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Schools struggle to get mental health help, says survey

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NSPCC calls for immediate action on children's online safety

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Girls want schools to teach them how to cope with sexism and racism online

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Snapchat risks being 'complicit' in crimes committed on its platform, police chief warns

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Apple plans 'more robust' parental tools after iPhone addiction claims

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Schools 'should help children with social media risk'

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Sexting to online porn: What should sex education lessons cover?

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Are we ignoring an epidemic of sexual violence in schools?

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Child exploitation: Live streaming an 'urgent' threat

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Suicide prevention plan needed for child victims of 'sextortion'

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YouTube failed to remove sexualised comments

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Prince William launches anti-bullying plan to combat 'banter escalation scenarios'

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Third of children say teachers do not talk enough about bullying

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Every teacher must be trained in mental health first aid, academy chain says

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Chilling Childline video as number of suicide calls from kids soars

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Ninety children taken into care each day, figures show

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Pupils 'failed' by lack of mental health training for teachers

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Social media terms 'jargon-busted' for teens

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Quarter of 14-year-old girls 'have signs of depression'

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Prep school teacher 'let girls have free rein on web only for them to Google naked boys'

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Rise in number of under-18s reported for sex offences

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The shocking toll of rapes and sex abuse by children in Derbyshire revealed

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Children as young as seven worried about seeing pornography online

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'169 sex attacks' reported by QUB students

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Children as young as five being excluded for ‘sexual misconduct’

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‘We felt we had no option’: school trips halted over terror fears

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How to bring out the genius in your child

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Sex and drugs pupil exclusions top 11,000

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Autistic children self-harm warning over slow diagnosis

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Schools issue Snapchat Map warning

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Giving your child a smartphone is like giving them a gram of cocaine, says top addiction expert

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New child cruelty sentencing guidelines proposed

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Pupils using fake Tinder accounts to prank teachers amid rise in social media tricks

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44% rise in child sex offences involving the internet in the last year

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How to discuss the Manchester attack with your pupils

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Boy, 11, hacks cyber-security audience to give lesson on 'weaponisation' of toys

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Hundreds of knives seized in 18 months at UK schools, figures show

Abolition of key stage 3 exams has allowed standards to drop and gap between rich and poor to grow, says Sir Michael Wilshaw

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I wish we could talk more openly about mental health in academia

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Character is the most important lesson young people can learn

England’s largest schools exam board has admitted it made an error in a maths GCSE exam question taken by pupils yesterday.

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Body anxious teens avoid PE, says report

Ministers have "no plan" to meet the growing teacher shortage in England, says the Public Accounts' Committee.

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Quiz: How well do you know teenage sexting code?

Abolition of key stage 3 exams has allowed standards to drop and gap between rich and poor to grow, says Sir Michael Wilshaw

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Online safety: Internet 'not designed for children'

Ministers have "no plan" to meet the growing teacher shortage in England, says the Public Accounts' Committee.

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Girl Guides involve boys in battle against gender violence

Abolition of key stage 3 exams has allowed standards to drop and gap between rich and poor to grow, says Sir Michael Wilshaw

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Abolition of key stage 3 exams has allowed standards to drop and gap between rich and poor to grow, says Sir Michael Wilshaw

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LGBT bullying at 'high rate' in Scotland's schools

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Why animals are a teacher's (and a student's) best friend

England’s largest schools exam board has admitted it made an error in a maths GCSE exam question taken by pupils yesterday.

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Without sex education at the earliest possible age, our children will turn to porn

Ministers have "no plan" to meet the growing teacher shortage in England, says the Public Accounts' Committee.

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Children have to know that what they do matters

Abolition of key stage 3 exams has allowed standards to drop and gap between rich and poor to grow, says Sir Michael Wilshaw

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Many teachers 'working 60 hour week'

Ministers have "no plan" to meet the growing teacher shortage in England, says the Public Accounts' Committee.

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Should there be
more Muslim state schools?

Abolition of key stage 3 exams has allowed standards to drop and gap between rich and poor to grow, says Sir Michael Wilshaw

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Abolition of key stage 3 exams has allowed standards to drop and gap between rich and poor to grow, says Sir Michael Wilshaw

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Welby: we need to understand what Jihadists are talking
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New Childline campaign raises awareness of online
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England’s largest schools exam board has admitted it made an error in a maths GCSE exam question taken by pupils yesterday.

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New sexting guidance for schools released by the UK Council for Child Internet Safety

Ministers have "no plan" to meet the growing teacher shortage in England, says the Public Accounts' Committee.

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Online paedophiles can groom a child in less than 20 minutes, study finds

Abolition of key stage 3 exams has allowed standards to drop and gap between rich and poor to grow, says Sir Michael Wilshaw

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GCSE results show record decline

Ministers have "no plan" to meet the growing teacher shortage in England, says the Public Accounts' Committee.

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Record university offers as slight fall in top A-level grade

Abolition of key stage 3 exams has allowed standards to drop and gap between rich and poor to grow, says Sir Michael Wilshaw

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Abolition of key stage 3 exams has allowed standards to drop and gap between rich and poor to grow, says Sir Michael Wilshaw

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Special needs pupils lack crucial support, poll suggests

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Sex education classes could become compulsory in UK primary schools

England’s largest schools exam board has admitted it made an error in a maths GCSE exam question taken by pupils yesterday.

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Child radicalisation: NSPCC to advise concerned parents

Ministers have "no plan" to meet the growing teacher shortage in England, says the Public Accounts' Committee.

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Parents call for education to address sexting by children and young people

Abolition of key stage 3 exams has allowed standards to drop and gap between rich and poor to grow, says Sir Michael Wilshaw

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Justine Greening is the new education secretary

Ministers have "no plan" to meet the growing teacher shortage in England, says the Public Accounts' Committee.

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Five questions everybody is asking about the NUT strike

Abolition of key stage 3 exams has allowed standards to drop and gap between rich and poor to grow, says Sir Michael Wilshaw

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Abolition of key stage 3 exams has allowed standards to drop and gap between rich and poor to grow, says Sir Michael Wilshaw

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More English schools rated good or outstanding by Ofsted

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New tech and ‘digitally savvy’ businesses urged to work with teachers to help close STEM skills gap

England’s largest schools exam board has admitted it made an error in a maths GCSE exam question taken by pupils yesterday.

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Pornography 'desensitising young people'

Ministers have "no plan" to meet the growing teacher shortage in England, says the Public Accounts' Committee.

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Sexting offences increasing in schools, say senior police officers

Abolition of key stage 3 exams has allowed standards to drop and gap between rich and poor to grow, says Sir Michael Wilshaw

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UK schools with large numbers of EU migrant pupils 'perform better'

Ministers have "no plan" to meet the growing teacher shortage in England, says the Public Accounts' Committee.

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Exam stress 'among teen suicide causes'

Abolition of key stage 3 exams has allowed standards to drop and gap between rich and poor to grow, says Sir Michael Wilshaw

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Scrap Sats, say teachers and parents – but pupils want primary tests to stay

Abolition of key stage 3 exams has allowed standards to drop and gap between rich and poor to grow, says Sir Michael Wilshaw

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'Narrowing' of the curriculum is leading to a 'massive skills shortage', former education secretary claims

England’s largest schools exam board has admitted it made an error in a maths GCSE exam question taken by pupils yesterday.

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Children in care 'too often denied mental health treatment'

Ministers have "no plan" to meet the growing teacher shortage in England, says the Public Accounts' Committee.

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Michigan schools to let students choose gender, name And bathroom

Abolition of key stage 3 exams has allowed standards to drop and gap between rich and poor to grow, says Sir Michael Wilshaw

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Academy chief threatens to sue parents over 'dictator' comments on Facebook

Ministers have "no plan" to meet the growing teacher shortage in England, says the Public Accounts' Committee.

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School leavers are too often allowed to 'drift', Lords warn

Abolition of key stage 3 exams has allowed standards to drop and gap between rich and poor to grow, says Sir Michael Wilshaw

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Sexist bullying 'can make bright girls feel unfeminine'

Abolition of key stage 3 exams has allowed standards to drop and gap between rich and poor to grow, says Sir Michael Wilshaw

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New chief schools
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England’s largest schools exam board has admitted it made an error in a maths GCSE exam question taken by pupils yesterday.

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Osborne puts £500m towards national funding formula for schools

Ministers have "no plan" to meet the growing teacher shortage in England, says the Public Accounts' Committee.

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U.S. education department makes push for $1.1 billion in CTE funding

Abolition of key stage 3 exams has allowed standards to drop and gap between rich and poor to grow, says Sir Michael Wilshaw

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