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Smartphones and tablets could be banned from classrooms

Smartphones and other personal electronic devices such as tablets could be banned from the classroom over fears they disrupt lessons.












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Growing crisis over shortage of school places could lead to ‘titan’ secondary schools to cope with thousands of extra pupils

The growing crisis over the shortage of school places could see “titan” secondary schools swell to cope with thousands of extra pupils, despite concerns over the impact on children’s education.












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Scrapping universal free school meals could jeopardise children’s health and education, chefs and politicians warn

Reported plans to abandon the universal free school meals programme in England could jeopardise children’s health and education, chefs and politicians have warned.












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UK could learn from German policy on foreign students, report says

The UK Government could learn from the Germans, who understand the value of international students to the economy, according to a major report.












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Hundreds of pupils missing from registers in Tower Hamlets and Birmingham schools – with fears they could fall prey to ‘extremist ideologies’

Hundreds of pupils have disappeared from school registers in Birmingham and Tower Hamlets in east London – potentially placing them at risk of falling prey to extremist ideologies.












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Successful schools could plummet down league tables after old-style GCSEs banned from rankings

Successful schools could plummet down the Government league tables after Education Secretary Nicky Morgan banned old-style GCSEs from the rankings in an unexpected U-turn.












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Headteacher warns pupils could be expelled if they go on holiday in term time

A headteacher has sent a newsletter to parents warning pupils who go on holiday during term time could be expelled.












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Student tuition fees could rise again, warns former Universities Minister David Willetts

A warning that student fees could rise again was delivered by former Universities Minister David Willetts as he insisted the ceiling of £9,000 a year could not be held indefinitely.










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‘High-stakes achievement culture’ in schools could explain rise in teenage mental illness, says headteachers’ leader

The “high-stakes achievement culture” in schools could be one of the reasons for the increase in teenage mental illness, according to a headteachers’ leader.










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Bahar Mustafa: Goldsmiths Students’ Union diversity officer ‘could lose job’ after being accused by students of racism against white men

The diversity officer for Goldsmiths University in London is caught up in a racism row that now has students signing a petition for her to be removed from her job.










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