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AUDIO: Police warn teens over explicit texts

Teenagers who send explicit pictures of each other could be threatened with prosecution, a police officer warns.
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AUDIO: Schools ‘must tackle homophobia’

Anna Williams says that teachers are not receiving the necessary training to combat homophobia in schools.
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AUDIO: Councils ‘need power’ over troubled schools

David Simmons and Nick Gibb speak to Evan Davis about local councils dealing with troubled schools
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AUDIO: Childminder ‘sacked for being too fat’

Danish childminder Karsten Kaltoft denies he was unable to do his job as a childminder because of his size, as his sacking is considered by the European Court of Justice.
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AUDIO: Press ‘should pixelate faces of children’

Hannah Weller and Ian Murray debate the freedom of the press to print information on the private lives of celebrities’ children.
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AUDIO: The decline of teen magazines for girls

Marina Gask and Daisy Buchanan discuss the decline of teen magazines in the digital age.
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AUDIO: Gove made ‘mistake’ over GCSE syllabus

Bethan Marshall and Claire Fox discuss the news that education secretary Michael Gove has called for more British works to be studied in English classes at GCSE.
BBC News – Education & Family

AUDIO: Parents ‘may give up’ on child support

Janet Allbeson and Steve Webb discuss changes to child maintenance arrangements.
BBC News – Education & Family

AUDIO: Governors ‘should set school ethos’

National Governors Association chief executive Emma Knights discusses a campaign to improve the quality and number of school governors.
BBC News – Education & Family