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Aug 27 2018

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Council bans schoolchildren from giving teachers Christmas gifts

Biggest ever golden goodbye paid to Bath Spa University s vice-Chancellor as she earns £808,000 in final year of office

Jewish teacher wins tribunal after she was sacked for living with her boyfriend

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Students allowed to trade up to better universities mid-way through degrees, under new transfer system

Comment: Giving girls sex education lessons at school will not solve society s problems

Primary education

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The power of storytelling and why it s the perfect workout for our brain

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Let boys wear tutus and high heels if they want to, Church of England says

Comment: Choosing a school: why extra-curricular programmes are the key litmus test

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Comment: Let girls be called girls – female pupils were just that, last time I checked

Scottish school children lag behind English at problem solving

Comment: English as a second language? Schools need to stop treating it as an obstacle to success

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University education

University vice chancellor criticised after accepting £70,000 pay rise

Oxford college votes down calls for gender neutral toilets amid fears it will make students feel uncomfortable

Comment: An uncomfortable lesson that snowflake students won t forget

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Britain s highest paid vice-Chancellor damaged the reputation of her university by attempting to cover up salary details

Galleries

Gallery: In pictures: students across Britain celebrate their GCSE results

Gallery: Which A-levels to take for the most popular degrees

Gallery: Can you match the celebrity with their school report?

Apprenticeships

Britain lays out a road map to power the new industrial revolution

Comment: Everyone should support Small Business Saturday

Letters: Church-approved wedding for Prince Harry and his divorced fiancée

Comment: Brexit is a chance to offer our young people a route to work

Student life

Comment: So long as doubt lingers over the ‘real value’ of a degree, students will continue to shun the arts and humanities

Starting an English degree: Advice from a former Exeter student

How to find last minute student accommodation in London

Student finance: how to apply for last minute funding

Opinion

Comment: Choosing a school: why extra-curricular programmes are the key litmus test

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Comment: Giving girls sex education lessons at school will not solve society s problems

Comment: Should we teach schoolkids about Hitler s evil ideas in Mein Kampf? Absolutely

Comment: Should we teach schoolkids about Hitler s evil ideas in Mein Kampf? Absolutely

League tables

Comment: It s official. The UK s phonics revolution has dramatically improved school standards

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Britain falls in infrastructure investment ranking as Brexit and political instability weigh

Scotland s universities to fall down league tables unless criteria changed to include number of poor students

NHS spends £16 on rubber gloves which can be bought for 35 pence

Advice

How to get children in the mindset for the start of school

How to prepare your child for school in a few easy steps

GCSE results: re-marks, retakes and the step up to sixth form

Our daughter did better than expected in her exams, can she still apply to Cambridge?

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How BeMS can improve energy efficiency in your business

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The future of employee training and development

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Cutting-edge innovation means a healthy future for the Gold Coast

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