Record numbers of students are taking higher education courses at private universities and colleges, despite concerns over low employment rates, research shows.
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Children’s exam results are largely a product of their genes and not standards of teaching in schools, according to a new study.
Children are losing interest in traditional storytelling as overexposure to games consoles, iPads and 3D films saps their imagination, a leading headmistress has warned.
Michael Deacon hears the Education Secretary talk about his improbable double life as a rapper.
Students stripped of A-level grades at 'oustanding' college after teachers accused of 'leading' pupils through exams
Hundreds of students at an “outstanding” sixth-form college have been stripped of their exam grades after teachers were accused of “leading” them through their A-level examinations to get better marks.
Michael Gove called on teachers to abandon an “ideologically-motivated” strike today after a study showed that most of the public backed plans for performance-related pay in schools.
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