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VIDEO: ‘Bullying has never really stopped’

Rosie King, 15, describes how her autism has led to her being bullied throughout her years at school and why she and her mother Sharon believe attitudes to disability must change.
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Why is education never an emergency?

Why is education never an emergency?
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£80bn: Rising cost of student loans that they will never be able to repay

The Government is seriously underestimating the cost of student loans that will never be paid back, a committee of MPs warns on Friday.


    








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Reinstate tests for seven and 14-year-olds – we should never have dropped them, says Ofsted chief

Scrapping national curriculum tests for seven and 14-year-olds was a “mistake”, Sir Michael Wilshaw said today as he called for them to be reinstated.


    








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Students ‘never sat claimed courses’

Students say they never took courses that an east London college’s records show they achieved passes in, thus netting substantial funding from the government.
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‘Never too old’ to take up exercise

Taking up exercise in your 60s helps stave off major ill health and dementia, a study suggests.
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Biggest educator you’ve never heard of

The biggest education provider you’ve never heard of
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Top civil servant Chris Wormauld admits he never told Education Secretary Michael Gove about abusive behaviour allegations against special adviser

The Education Secretary Michael Gove was never told about allegations of abusive behaviour by one of his senior special advisers, the head of his department admitted today.




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Top civil servant Chris Wormald admits he never told Education Secretary Michael Gove about abusive behaviour allegations against special adviser

The Education Secretary Michael Gove was never told about allegations of abusive behaviour by one of his senior special advisers, the head of his department admitted today.




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Children who start school with poor maths may never catch up

Children who start school at five years old with poor maths skills are often doomed to failure, struggling to keep up in class and never able to regain the ground lost at such an early stage.




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