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EU referendum: ‘Brexit’ would harm higher education and research, universities claim

Leaving the European Union would hit the economy, harm scientific research and damage graduates’ job prospects, university vice-chancellors will warn as they launch a drive to rally support behind Britain remaining in the organisation.












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Foreign pupils don’t harm grades of English speakers

English-speaking pupils do not see their grades suffer if they attend a school where most of their classmates speak other languages, according to research by Oxford University academics published today.









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Summer-only exams ‘may harm grades’

GCSE and A-level results may drop this summer with the switch to end-of-course exams and an end to winter resits, exam officers warn.
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Children left ‘at risk of harm’

“Widespread and serious” failures in Birmingham’s Children’s Services department are leaving children at risk of harm, says Ofsted.
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School cuts ‘no harm to standards’

A think tank report argues that 18% of public spending on schools could be cut without damaging standards.
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Young carers ‘harm their prospects’

Children who care for a parent or sibling could have their education and job prospects permanently damaged, the Children’s Society warns.
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Does technology harm toddlers?

Are young pre-school children getting hooked on technology
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Immigration rules ‘won’t harm UK’

The government rejects claims that a crackdown on immigration could harm British universities and cost the economy billions of pounds a year.
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Free schools ‘harm education of children nearby’

The Government’s flagship free schools are seriously damaging the education of children in neighbouring schools, according to research published today.




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