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The 9% pay increase offered to teachers in Scotland has been rejected by members of trade union EIS.
Specialist support helped nearly a third of young people in a pilot project to quit 'county lines' involvement with drugs, according to a review.
England’s deaf children are falling a whole grade behind their hearing class mates despite deafness not being a learning disability, a charity has warned.
MPs have criticised the Government’s 30 hours childcare commitment arguing that it ‘confused’ and ‘entrenches’ disadvantage.
Thousands of children are receiving no school education and are invisible to local authorities, the Children’s Commissioner for England has warned.
Hundreds of children and young people are to take part in trials testing a range of ‘innovative techniques’ designed to support good mental health in schools, the education secretary has announced.
Three areas have been chosen to pilot schemes to help care leavers access education and employment.
The Scottish government is being urged to establish a new commission to promote equality for girls and women in education.
Secondary school league tables ‘punish and reward the wrong schools’ by failing to take pupil background into account, new research suggests.
Local authorities have been urged not to charge for music tuition in schools, in a new report published by MSPs.