Education

Speaking up for the mother tongue

Speaking up for the mother tongue

Pressure to teach in the lingua franca must be resisted

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MPs investigate impact of social media and screens on youth

MPs investigate impact of social media and screens on youth

MPs launch an inquiry into the impact of social media and screen-use on young peoples health.

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This is a red line : voices from the university pensions strike

This is a red line : voices from the university pensions strike

A student finds solidarity with her lecturers, even as they all count the cost of weeks of lost teaching

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Grammar schools look to open 'annexes' that campaigners claim to be 'back-door' selection

Grammar schools look to open 'annexes' that campaigners claim to be 'back-door' selection

A number of grammar schools are planning to expand by opening satellite sites in what campaigners have claimed is a “backdoor route” to selection amid the current ban on new schools. The Conservatives’ plan to change the law to allow new grammar schools to open was scrapped following the general election – but selective schools are still allowed to expand or open annexes.

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The tuition fee review is about saving the government money, not students | David Morris

The tuition fee review is about saving the government money, not students | David Morris

If the government cuts tuition fees most students won’t benefit, and universities will be left to plug the funding gap

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Education experts criticise Theresa May's university tuition fees review plans

Education experts criticise Theresa May's university tuition fees review plans

Theresa May’s plans for tuition fees and the university funding system have faced criticism from across the education sector - with some suggesting they could do “more harm” than good.

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May has got it all wrong on education. She should listen to Labour | Angela Rayner

May has got it all wrong on education. She should listen to Labour | Angela Rayner

The prime minister’s review will result in nothing more than tinkering around the edges of a broken system, writes Labour’s Angela Raynor

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Flexible working sounds lovely, but it would make the teacher shortage worse | Laura McInerney

Flexible working sounds lovely, but it would make the teacher shortage worse | Laura McInerney

If 40% of teachers go down to four days a week, we’ll need another 40,000 extra people to replace them

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Stopping Brexit: ‘The kids don’t want what’s being forced on them’

Stopping Brexit: ‘The kids don’t want what’s being forced on them’

A youth campaign is touring universities to argue there is no point in pursuing a future young people voted against

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Helping gifted children is all very well – but what about the rest? | Dawn Foster

Helping gifted children is all very well – but what about the rest? | Dawn Foster

The BBC’s new series Generation Gifted follows a few talented children – they may be struggling, but their classmates are almost invisible, says Guardian columnist Dawn Foster

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