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Education News

Half of universities have fewer than 5% poor white students
Poor white students are not being recruited by many leading universities, says study.
Thu, 14 February 2019
'I skip school to demand climate change action'
Every Friday morning, 13-year-old Holly Gillibrand protests at the gates of her school.
Thu, 14 February 2019
Two 'failing' Steiner schools could have funding cut over safeguarding concerns
'Safeguarding our children and young people throughout their education is paramount'
Wed, 13 February 2019
De Montfort University boss had business link to chair of committee which awarded him £64,000 pay rise
'This has highlighted again the need for proper transparency of key decisions at the top'
Wed, 13 February 2019
Glasgow primary schools to trial car-free zones
Seven primaries in Glasgow are to trial car-free areas around the school while pupils come and go.
Wed, 13 February 2019
Glasses in school scheme to aid pupils' reading
A trial to get glasses to children who need them to improve their maths and reading skills has begun.
Wed, 13 February 2019
Deaf children fall behind at school, says charity
The government must adequately fund the support needed, says the National Deaf Children's Society.
Wed, 13 February 2019
Hotels train staff to spot human trafficking
The check-in desks of hotels are becoming the front line for detecting victims of human trafficking.
Wed, 13 February 2019
Crackdown on young celebs in gambling ads
Cartoon figures and young stars will be banned from many adverts in a bid to protect children.
Wed, 13 February 2019
Female students sue Yale University fraternities attended by Brett Kavanaugh and George Bush
Students claim 'toxic' culture fosters sexual harassment
Tue, 12 February 2019
More than three in four universities give bosses pay rises despite crackdown on high salaries
'Some of the pay packets are hard to stomach amid concerns over financial issues'
Tue, 12 February 2019
Probe after Coventry students wear anti-Semitic T-shirts
Coventry University said disciplinary action would be taken after two students wore anti-Semitic T-shirts.
Tue, 12 February 2019
Some university chiefs paid 13 times more than staff
The level of vice-chancellor pay is laid bare in a report by the regulator, the Office for Students.
Tue, 12 February 2019
Helping teenagers to beat the blues
The cognitive behaviour therapy course giving teens the tools to deal with depression and anxiety.
Tue, 12 February 2019
'Lying in later doesn't mean we're lazy'
As MPs prepare to debate later school start times, pupils explain why they need more sleep.
Mon, 11 February 2019
Delighting kids from the stage to the page
Zog, the dragon who won a golden star, is flying around the country on a theatre tour. But how he has gone from page to stage?
Sun, 10 February 2019
Canada uses Trump to poach overseas students
The University of Toronto is using Donald Trump and Brexit to poach international students.
Wed, 06 February 2019
'Women are seen as home cooks - not chefs'
Meet the professional chefs changing the way people think about women in the kitchen.
Thu, 31 January 2019
Sensory 'pod' helps Charlie go to school
Could this be one solution to the crisis in special needs budgets in England?
Wed, 30 January 2019
Britain's first female black headteacher
When Yvonne Conolly became a headmistress in 1969, she received racist abuse but refused to let it define her.
Wed, 30 January 2019
10 global megatrends facing education
The OECD's head of education forecasts the biggest questions being asked of schools around the world.
Wed, 30 January 2019
Novak Djokovic's war memories make him fund childhood research
The tennis superstar is funding research at Harvard to find better ways to improve early years education.
Wed, 23 January 2019
Snow excuses: E-learning on snow days
Winter weather at least meant a day off school. But now technology is threatening to keep pupils studying.
Wed, 16 January 2019
Making better use of 'surgeons flipping burgers'
The UN wants a better system for recognising the qualifications and work skills of migrants.
Wed, 09 January 2019
Half of universities have fewer than 5% poor white students
Poor white students are not being recruited by many leading universities, says study.
Thu, 14 February 2019
'I skip school to demand climate change action'
Every Friday morning, 13-year-old Holly Gillibrand protests at the gates of her school.
Thu, 14 February 2019
Two 'failing' Steiner schools could have funding cut over safeguarding concerns
'Safeguarding our children and young people throughout their education is paramount'
Wed, 13 February 2019
De Montfort University boss had business link to chair of committee which awarded him £64,000 pay rise
'This has highlighted again the need for proper transparency of key decisions at the top'
Wed, 13 February 2019
Glasgow primary schools to trial car-free zones
Seven primaries in Glasgow are to trial car-free areas around the school while pupils come and go.
Wed, 13 February 2019
Glasses in school scheme to aid pupils' reading
A trial to get glasses to children who need them to improve their maths and reading skills has begun.
Wed, 13 February 2019
Deaf children fall behind at school, says charity
The government must adequately fund the support needed, says the National Deaf Children's Society.
Wed, 13 February 2019
Hotels train staff to spot human trafficking
The check-in desks of hotels are becoming the front line for detecting victims of human trafficking.
Wed, 13 February 2019
Crackdown on young celebs in gambling ads
Cartoon figures and young stars will be banned from many adverts in a bid to protect children.
Wed, 13 February 2019
Female students sue Yale University fraternities attended by Brett Kavanaugh and George Bush
Students claim 'toxic' culture fosters sexual harassment
Tue, 12 February 2019

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