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Schools across the country have experienced a surge in racial hate crimes in the aftermath of Brexit, new figures suggest. The number of schoolchildren arrested for racism has...
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The country’s first “super” school-led scheme to train language teachers has been given the go-ahead by the government to recruit its first cohort this September – though numbers...
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If someone had said this time last year that by the end of 2016 I would be on the same side as Nicky Morgan and Lucy Powell and...
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Schools are facing hikes of more than 10 per cent in their ICT costs after tech giants say post-Brexit exchange rates will force up prices. Microsoft is due...
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The education secretary Nicky Morgan has said she believes all children born to EU national parents, but resident in the UK, should be guaranteed continued access to their...
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In the week following the EU referendum, much discussion has centred around the educational background of the “inners and outers” and whether it affected the poll’s result. Schools...
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The economics of Brexit will be crucial for everyone, says Anand Menon. A smaller economy means more difficult choices – and perhaps a smaller education budget In a...
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Schools may be able to benefit from extra government funding to protect them from racist attacks after last week’s Brexit vote. In the Commons on Wednesday, David Cameron...
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School pupils at last week’s Festival of Education have condemned the vote to leave the EU with a passionate Brexit statement that says “Britain has chosen nationalism and...